Autodesk 2011 Games Show Reel Call for Submissions

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With GDC drawing near, Autodesk has issued a call for submissions for its 2011 Games Show Reel. This year Autodesk is in search of the most outstanding game cinematics, trailers, in-game sequences and animations of 2010 created with Beast, HumanIK, Kynapse, Maya, 3ds Max, Softimage, MotionBuilder and/or Mudbox. If you're looking to garner maximum exposure for a game cinematic, trailer, in-game sequence or animation that you've recently worked on using qualifying Autodesk software and/or middleware, submit your project today! The show reel will not only be showcased at the Autodesk booth (#1424) during GDC from March 2-4, in San Francisco, CA, but also streamed live on the

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and various events throughout the year. Autodesk is also in search of high-resolution images for inclusion in its marketing materials throughout 2011.

The deadline for imagery submissions is December 6, 2010 and for video submissions, January 10, 2011.

Don’t miss out on this excellent chance to show off your best assets and enter qualifying project work today! For more information please visit:

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=13956066&linkID=10225712

Image credit: Naughty Bear. Image courtesy of Artificial Mind and Movement.

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