I had a great time at NAB and the response from people has been nothing but ultra-positve.
I missed a lot of details in that presentation because I was trying to pack as much shit in as possible.
I also tried to ride the fine line between making a presentation that was accessible to beginners and equally engaging for experts, which was not easy.
This is only the second time I've presented my work publicly, but I really enjoy doing so. Hopefully some spare time will present itself in the near future to dive even deeper into this rabbit hole and do some proper walkthroughs with the C4D community. I love sharing techniques and ideas with peers... especially those beyond the "trick" level when you actually begin to see an obstacle in a whole new light. They're rare but very rewarding.
p.s. Nick C and I have discussed doing some more stuff collaboratively which I would very much enjoy. He's a really cool dude.
p.p.s The presentations I did on other days included some gems like "biz-buzz" and "flim-flammery". I find it helps to imagine yourself as a 70 year old man that has time traveled from the 1950's to 2010 and is asked to describe what he sees after watching 5 min's of commercials.
Edited by the_Monkey, 24 April 2010 - 07:18 PM.