Hi, Felipe. There were some shots I wished we saw longer of, particularly the gaming shots and perhaps shots containing 3D. You might consider having separate demo reels broke up by category, you had live action footage (presumably showing off editing?) mixed in with some gaming and motion graphics. Gaming and motion graphics sometimes bleed into each other but typically you'll be pitching these kinds of clients separately (gaming companies don't tend to look for "motion graphics" artists unless it's a big place that handles their own marketing, etc.). I could be wrong, you'll know after you start showing the demo around (if you deliver in person, the folks will usually tell you what they think). The hard drive and like footage may help get some IT-related clients, you'll need more of it - the more specific you can make your reel, the easier it might be to help pin down your target potential client.
Probably going to need more solid work (intern if you need to), you'll probably want to better pin down the type of material you want your reel to show (motion graphics, 3D, editing?), only include your best stuff possible in your reel, keep it short, don't repeat footage unless there's a different part of it you want us to see the first clip didn't show.
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