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Here is a showreel edited by myself, it contains all the best bits of our work from the two years of HND! The video consists of my own projects and other projects made by my college course friends. Thank you to everyone on my course for making these two years a great part of my life, here's to you guys! Please keep watching and sharing 'Killer Ace': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UCy2U3jlr0
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