There's a good art job application link. Everything but the Bio shot looks acceptable.
Hey, the portfolio looks great!! Really nice range. I wouldn't even mind a couple extra images for the vector characters...even if they are pulling from the same characters in yr one master shot. Maybe a sheet with one or two of the characters in a few different poses...or even animating? The stuff looks really good for them thar mobile games I heard tell of....
Hrm... I commented on this earlier.... I guess it didn't take or something.The site looks really good. Clean, clear, uncluttered and curated. It's tempting to put everything into a portfolio... sometimes it's hard to know where to stop... I think you are being wise to not overstuff your portfolio.I would agree with Marty's advice on more characters... I might suggest that you split that character image you have on there now into 3 or 4 larger images with fewer characters in each one. That way you can we can see the detail on the characters better. Also, organizationally you might want to make the category "Vector Art" or "2D Art" and put the Manga Studio work in the same category. Additionally I would say move it up to the front of the line... it's the most marketable part of your portfolio, so it might be a good thing to put up front. The Sketches ought to be the last part, not because they aren't as good but because they are more of a personal project rather than your pro work. So the ordering I would suggest would be:Home, Vector Art (which includes your Manga Studio stuff), 3D Art, Stetchbook and then Bio.If you are hoping to get some military work, shouldn't you have some of that on your site? Do you have work like that of which you are allowed to share online?
Rick--I thought I saw yr comment, too!It was briefer ;-}
Exlnt advice from Rick, BTW (not that I'd know, but it sounds dang sensible!).If it be military contracts y're after, might I suggest yr artist bio pic be in camo?? (HA!)As you were, soldier....
Strange, my computer struggles to load the full-size pictures once I click on the thumbnail to view, but Ellis's DA Art portfolio page works just fine.
You're getting there. Good edits. I visited late Sunday night. You've pared it down.Now pay attention to Rick's other input, make each of your vector characters a page. Be able to look at each with the advance buttons. You're camouflaging the kind of art that could be paying you some big bucks.
Those vector characters are single shots. No other art outside of top icons were done.
you have 15 characters on the one page. Pick 10 of them to crop and place on their own page. The difference will be breath taking.
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