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I haven't needed to cut a reel in several years. Here's 2020's!



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hey @Midgardsormr! Great work! Really impressive stuff!!

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Hats off and a deep bow to so much know-how and craftsmanship behind the creation of such scenes.

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Great Content. I am a big fan of Legion and the scenes you created. A honest tip from me (somebody who has to watch a lot of reels in his job): Keep it shorter! You could show the most stuff in the half of the time, breakdowns are not really necessary. Only show your best work - kill everything which is not top notch.

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You have done a majestic job. I loved those shots as much as the Legion series itself. Your work is inspiring and above all humble because you are among us as someone else but it is evident that you are from another galaxy. Thank you for sharing your reel and above all for being here among mortals

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Wow Bryan, these scenes are really impressive!!
Thank you for sharing your work!!

Are you doing okay at Muse VFX? How come you needed to make a reel?

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With production largely shut down due to the pandemic, there's no post-production work available right now. We're therefore all on furlough. I expect Muse will survive, but I need to keep options open—my savings and unemployment insurance won't last forever.

I've been less active here and in Fusion in general because I'm spending my energies learning Unreal Engine in order to broaden my choices. Virtual production is becoming a huge deal right now, and failing that, games are another option—that industry hasn't been hit as hard as film and TV.

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I really hope that you make it through this pandemic smoothly!!
And I wish you lots of success learning Unreal Engine!!

Hopefully this pandemic will be over soon and things will more or less go back to normal.

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Lots of great work Bryan! That was a fun watch!

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Nice to see your personal work, Bryan! Good stuff! Best of luck to you, a bit north of where you are film shoots are starting up again. Fingers crossed they can safely keep going long enough for work to trickle through in VFX...

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Amazing work.
With all the TV work that is going on with Netflix surely your skills are in high demand!

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Thank you very much!

Productions are getting underway again, but we've still got a little way to go before we're back to full-time. I did work full-time last week, and I'll probably be able to do so again this week. After that, I expect I'll be down to part-time again until January, when we expect to start on a big series that should need VFX in every episode.