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    My 2018 reel

    Let me know what you think.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArasovErpC8

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    Great examples of effective communication.

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    Great work!

    You should add promotional/descriptive text for the YouTube video so people can find it (& you and your services).

    And add some direct links in the YouTube description instead of relying on people to type out the web address at the end of the video.
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    very nice visuals and some top notch editing! :-)

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    absolutely great and very professional.

    Do you mind giving some information about used tools? specially for scenes involving fluids please?

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    Thanks for all the compliments!

    raymondtrace, i hardly ever touch my youtube except to link to my reels other than that its just word of mouth but you're right i should.

    Farhad_azer, realflow and lightwave, all rendered in octane.

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    Very nice and professional DR
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    That all looks pretty amazing to me. The camera movement is well done too.

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    Agree with many other comments here. Excellent, sharp, and professional work!

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    Finally got a chance to watch the entire video - excellent work! The visual explanations of various processes, products, etc. are really well done and clear. The "environmentals" (e.g. clouds, wind, grass, landscape, etc.) really add depth to the various sequences. Nice work!

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    That's an impressive reel.

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    Had a less than ideal day, all your compliments cheered me up. Thanks guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by MonroePoteet View Post
    The "environmentals" (e.g. clouds, wind, grass, landscape, etc.) really add depth to the various sequences.
    I purposely spend a lot of time on background elements because i can re-use them over and over. I mean why not? The extra time is worth it since the next time i use it it costs me essentially nothing and usually will have a large impact on the scene.

    Now if I could find more work haha

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