View Full Version : Daniel Elliott - Commercial Reel, The Mill

01 January 2008, 12:43 PM
Hi Here's my reel from the last year that I've been at the mill. My first reel so comments and critique welcome.

There is a flash version on the site(12MB) as well as a downloadable quicktime(21MB).

01 January 2008, 04:02 PM
direct link....

01 January 2008, 11:36 AM
Very nice, great job! :thumbsup:

02 February 2008, 05:04 PM
thank very much. might edit/add to it but kind of happy with it for now.

02 February 2008, 09:18 AM
jawdropping material , amazing work :thumbsup:

02 February 2008, 11:34 PM
Great Reel!

Thanks for posting it.

02 February 2008, 12:33 AM
I saw John Lock! lol~

02 February 2008, 12:35 AM
Awesome stuff man! Great variety as well :D You have mad skills!

02 February 2008, 12:54 AM
I do have to make clear that these commercials were created not soley by me but from brilliant teams at The Mill in London. I have put in text what I worked on in the shots shown. I did put a significant amount of work into each ad, such as puma (the football one) where all of the final skinning went through me and there was also a lot of rigging tweaks to make such as changing bone positions.

I also did a significant amount of work on the playstation 3 ad (the andriod girl) where I set up the shaders, passes, volumetric lighting. Credit goes to lead 3d Rachel Guidera who modeled the body (I did the head). She and I worked a few late ones on that one. Between the two of us, we seemed to get it all done (just!).

Ford was my first ever ad I worked on (starting back in Dec 06) after being a runner. Jeep was a lot of fun. I'm also a huge lost fan so was great to work on the john locke shot.

Hopefully you'll see some more cool work come out of the mill soon (which I cant speak about right now cos the ads aren't out yet!).

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