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 Post subject: CGmtl Video Reel Teaser
PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2013 12:48 pm 
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Hey everyone.
Im new here , just registered due to looking for some new connections , friends and possibly emplyment at NewZeland or/and Australia.
Originally form Poland ahve lived couple of years in London UK.

Long story short - Im in 3D for around 5 years , used to do Hi poly modeling and architectural visualizations but now im starting my journey in animation and vfx.
Very soon ill be releasing my video reel with some of my recent works.

For now ill just show a quick kiddna of teaser hopefully to get some C&C from U guys.
Also theres no mistery im looking for some work hook ups so if anyone wanna chat or give me a clue if I have a shot in NZ.

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3dsmax - Vray- AfterEffects + couple of plugins

Thanks in advance.


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 Post subject: Re: CGmtl Video Reel Teaser
PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2013 2:16 pm 
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Welcome to the forum! You've got some really nice work on your website! High quality stuff!! :thumbsup:

With the Vimeo embed - just needed to add 'www' and remove the 's' from 'https'.

Just one crit on the car hitting the concrete - in the first shot you can see the back of the car swinging out and hitting the concrete, which then causes the back to slow down, changing the angle of the car, but somehow the back the swings forwards again allowing the car to continue turning. That movement seems unlikely since the momentum decreased on impact.

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 Post subject: Re: CGmtl Video Reel Teaser
PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2013 9:03 pm 
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Hey Worzel

Thanks for such a warm welcome mate :) (and for fixing the link )

I agree what You pointed out , another thing is the concrete dosen't look proper real when its crushed , some dust should also be there - anoter thing is no damage to the car and as u said i just slightly slowed down the car and fixed movement trajectory to much. And I forgot to add tire marks on the floor.
Ive sticked to still images and have been doing that for over 4 years , Im trying my best with animation for 7-8 months so there is loads to learn for me ...

Ps. Any shot i got there in NZ mate ? Im so amazed by Your country !
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 Post subject: Re: CGmtl Video Reel Teaser
PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2013 10:22 pm 
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Well, the obvious choice if you have previous feature film experience would be Weta. Otherwise I'm not too sure of who hires from overseas, other than Oktobor Animation (generally lots of TV shows, for the States).

Maybe check out our company list, send some emails to them, see who bites!

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