Among my most recent work in my demo reel but included here for your convenience, this short vid is of a stumbling robot that was textured, lighted, basic rigged, animated and comp’ed by me onto a photographic background. Royalty-free photo by Mr Magoo ICU on Flickr.
Robot's texture file

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