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Old 11 November 2013   #1
Demo Reel Suggestion

Hello,

So I'm going to VFS, not sure yet if it was a good choice. But I am learning a lot. I'm approaching term 3 and have to come up with a feasible demo reel. The thing is. I don't really want to work for a studio when I graduate. A friend of mine used to work at Iowa State University in the Medical Department and 3D Model heart and animation simulations. Anatomy has always been something that has interested me and I'm also going to be graduating with over 70K in debt. So I need to find somewhere cheap to live and find a steady job where layoffs aren't as common as the entertainment industry. So I have to build a demo reel which will cater to that industry. Though I'm not even sure what industry it is, medical I suppose. Anyways, this is one the ideas I had for a demo reel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VlthWa5pu8

it would basically be a run cycle with another type of quadruped to get to use dynamics on the muscles, skin, and tissue simulation.

Any suggestions are welcome.
 
Old 11 November 2013   #2
I'm not sure why you posted this in the schools forum, as you're not likely to find responses there. I'm moving this to the Animation WIP forum instead.
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