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08 August 2008, 10:13 PM
Hi everyone,

I finished this reel about a month or two ago but I though I should show it around a little bit more. It mainly showcases my motion graphics/design work, but also my 3d, art direction, vfx, and experimental efforts. I hope you like it! (

Main link:

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Cheers! :)

08 August 2008, 02:40 AM
You have a really good reel! really good style and animation keep it up. The only thing I can say is your reel might be a little to long. other than that its great!

08 August 2008, 11:03 AM
It was realy great reel . UR motion designs are wonderful .
congratulate .

t h a n x For Share .

08 August 2008, 02:26 PM
you should post your demo on its a really good site for motion graphics, Thats if you haven't already. and another good one that they just recently changed is

08 August 2008, 05:14 PM
Thanks a lot for the comments guys!

No, I haven't posted at, thanks for the tip. I even have an account there but I rarely visit. About Motionographer... I've been wanting to fine tune it and make it better before I submit, but I should just go for it. By the way, I went into your site and your work is awesome Jorge! So good... Saludos!

09 September 2008, 09:02 PM
The video was down for a bit, sorry for the troubles. It's up now for you to watch. Enjoy!

09 September 2008, 09:11 PM
Awesome work mate.

Motion reels always seem so artisiticly innovative,fresh and lively compared with other forms of digital media!


09 September 2008, 08:55 AM
hey, Pablo

Great reel you have there!
Nice Innovative Visual Designs!

09 September 2008, 07:30 AM

Yeah Ric, I think that the design aspect in motion graphics (dah) gives the artist more freedom to experiment. Not to put down my work (i also do the occasional vfx or 3d), but motion designers can get away with non-photoreal features in animation, photography, lighting, colors or style that vfx artists or traditional 3d artists wouldn't do. Yes, i guess having more freedom in that area can be less time consuming, but it also leaves room to explore a little more on diferent creative areas of digital art.

09 September 2008, 02:11 PM
Holy crap! That was awsome! :D Very nice work! :applause:

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