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  10 October 2006
aniamtion showreel 2006-Jure Prek

Hello everyone!

Jeah i finally got my first charatcer animation showreel. This is the work of one year beeing a student of animation mentor.

Please gime critcs good bad just tell no lies.


Thx in advance.

Link:

Showreel_2006_18_megs_(h.246_quicktime)


Thx again!
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  10 October 2006
Nice job Jure! I have you on my AM buddy list and look forward to seeing what you come up with in classes 5 and 6.
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  10 October 2006
Nice stuff!
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  10 October 2006
Fantastic work Jure! My only comment is that I think you should end your reel with that guy taking the test. All your work is good but that one is so amazing. Keep rockin this amazing work.
 
  10 October 2006
like it very much...
I really like AM's animation style.
Hope to be student this season.
 
  10 October 2006
awesome

Fantastic reel. Really really amazing. I really like the writing one. Great job.




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  10 October 2006
Very inspiring and fun to watch!

Awesome job man.



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  10 October 2006
Thx fo such a great comments. Hope recriiters will like it tooo.

Jure
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  10 October 2006
once you get the spelling sorted, we will love you even more

Anyhow, I love the animations, I do recon that you could go over the edge with extreme poses, but overall, its great.
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  10 October 2006
Yayho Jure,

awesome reel. Very inspiring!

I agree with Brandon though - at least in that you want an ending that sticks to the memory. The pole jump is not usefull for that, it´s very solid and all, but it´s the weakest part of your portfolio (which is probably the reason you put it last).

I would end with the test-writing assignment too, but I´d even think about leaving the pole jumps out. If you leave it in, people watching the reel might pop the reel out again, thinking that from now on the weaker shots are coming up - thus missing the cherry topping at the end!

Does that make sense? Know what I´m trying to say? Ping me on IM if you want me to go deeper into that.

The pole jumps are great, don´t get that wrong, everyone! Put they are still the least great of all the great shots, and for a demo reel, you gotta play tactics!


Micha
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  10 October 2006
neat! i wish your reel will be successful. i`m currently working to have a similar one.

byebye.
 
  10 October 2006
a nice reel . liked what u have done. good luck.
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  10 October 2006
great!! so nice work !!
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  10 October 2006
The part where the purple lady says, "All you need.."
and when the aviator says, "lost millions!"
had arm gestures I thought seemed abit overused. It felt too forced/deliberate. So maybe replace those gestures with another.

But other than that, the two parts I really liked was when the aviator breathes in his smoke and when he swipes off the ashes. Those parts went really quick and subtle, and thats whats nice about it
Keep it up!
 
  10 October 2006
Thumbs up

NIce...what else could i say But i have a question...that doll looking guy on exam in Your movie: I have seen him before in many reels...i suppose it`s some kind of default character, just like max got his biped What program is that? Greets
 
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