If you are a serious contributor in a thread that ranks very well, people might be inclined to check you out or check out the resources you shared. It's why I keep a link to my blog in my forum sig - if someone thinks I am contributing in a helpful way here, maybe they'll want to read other things I've written. Maybe not - but that's their prerogative. You might also add your Twitter account to your sig so people can follow you if they're interested. But as far as SEO value? Well, you'd need hundreds of posts in well ranked threads to have any noticeable impact on your rankings - and that's if your competitors are wasting the same time spamming forums that you are.
I'm new in this forum, I am a consultant and have worked with multiple firms
You can check http://blog.advids.co/20-awesome-2d-animated-video-examples-with-production-tips
one of my work.