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  01 January 2005
Cool Recent Graduate's Demo Reel

I graduated from the Art Institute last month and wanted to show my work. The models are stock, but all rigging, texturing, animation, lighting and scenes are my work. I appreciate any feedback ( kyleg@digitalflavor.net ) My website is www.digitalflavor.net

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  01 January 2005
Great work dude ! Love the Gramps video. Good Luck.
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  01 January 2005
You need to put together a 30-90 second reel of your best work. Employers are not going to give you much time to prove yourself. Having a bunch of clips or short animations mean i have to download each one and look at it.
 
  01 January 2005
I agree with the above. But pertaining to the animation, some of the animations lacks energy. The expressions could use more work also, more eye/eyelid/eyebrow movement. Maybe the eye expression for each action is what kills the energy. Best animation was alcatraz since the movement matched the voice and expression. The gramps one was pretty good but once again his eyes should show more expression. I think the body movement is ok though.
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