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:iconkulche:
@00:22Teach me O Great one!
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:iconpainkiller32:
@02:52i know this is old, but this is a very clean reel. i might have a job for you coming up
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:icondamian1978:
Damian1978 Jul 21, 2009  Professional Filmographer
@00:15The only thing I want to ask you is where did U learn this amazing techniques, thanks
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:icondswar:
@00:13OW ! THANK YOU SO MUCH ! ^^
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My 2008 demo reel. A collection of work from all of last year.
It contains my compositing, matchmove, and motion graphics work for the 2008 year.

The intro was created using elements from the awesome artist: ~z-design. He created ring brushes for photoshop, that I took and animated. (Thanks a lot man)

Apps Used::
• Nuke
• After Effects
• Photoshop
• Matchmover Pro
• Fina Cut Pro

Enjoy.
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:iconkulche:
@00:22Teach me O Great one!
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:iconpainkiller32:
@02:52i know this is old, but this is a very clean reel. i might have a job for you coming up
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:iconmyrmigidesignhouse:
myrmigidesignhouse Sep 10, 2009
@02:52Coool!!!!!
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:icondotcommer:
dotcommer Sep 10, 2009  Professional Filmographer
@02:52Thanks!
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:iconnaphula:
Naphula Aug 2, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
@02:52Wow, most of this is stuff I do/want to do. I see I still have a lot to learn.
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:icondamian1978:
Damian1978 Jul 21, 2009  Professional Filmographer
@00:15The only thing I want to ask you is where did U learn this amazing techniques, thanks
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:icontul:
@02:52Wow! that is very cool! I've always wondered how green screen and such worked. Nice work, you're going places!
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:icondotcommer:
dotcommer Jun 28, 2009  Professional Filmographer
@02:52Thanks. Yeah, green screen work is much more than just removing green from the background behind someone. The true challenge comes from accurately retaining edge and hair detail from the element shot on the screen, and not getting eaten up by the removal of the screen.
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:icondswar:
@00:13can u give me some .aep projects please ??
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