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Autodesk Calls for 2018 VFX and Games Reels

Company wants creative projects and amazing images to feature online and at industry events.

Image from Project CARS 2, a video game developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco.

Autodesk is in search of creative projects to feature in its 2018 VFX and games reels, which will be showcased at industry events, and featured on and the Autodesk YouTube channel.

The company is also on the lookout for killer imagery -- from screenshots to final renders, work in progress, box art, and before and afters -- for inclusion in future marketing materials. To submit your commercial, TV, film, short film, VR and/or music video projects, or video game cinematic, trailer or in-game sequence created using Autodesk software, follow the instructions below and complete your submission by Friday, Dec. 1.

1. Gather files (for imagery format tips, see Autodesk’s guidelines)

2. Complete the image consent form

3. Launch the free WeTransfer file transfer service

4. Upload and send imagery and consent form to (link sends e-mail)  

For more information about VFX reel submissions, visit

Details on games reel submissions are are available here:

Contact (link sends e-mail) with any questions. 

Source: Autodesk

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