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A guide on making an art portfolio.Hello! Very often people ask me to review their portfolio, often enough to detect a certain pattern of wrong choices that cause potential proffecional artists to sit longer on the side bench than necessary.A guide on making an art portfolio. by Suzanne-Helmigh
The following article serves as a guideline but in no way it it the absolute truth or only route into getting yourself a concept art position or illustration job. See it as a checklist, before approaching your dream job.
It's the big artist dream to simply paint what you like and be able to sell that and make a ton of money so you can simply keep making what you like. Even though there are some artists out there that are pretty much living this dream reality, it is incredibly rare.
When you want to be an artist working for commercial things like: movies, video-games, tabletop games, tv-shows, graphic novels etc, you have to inevitably compete with tons of other great artists. A lot of those artists don't know how to market themselves though.
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commission info [open]S t a t u s:commission info [open] by yxqo
♦ Paypal: open
♦ Points: open
Please read everything carefully before you decide to order. ~
♦ Small Pixel Character ♦
♦ 10$ per character
♦ +3$ for weapons, pets etc.
♦ 100 - 150px in height
◊ dA username & Paypal e-mail: [so I know who you are]
◊ Commission type: [medium pixel character]
◊ Reference: [please include visual reference of the whole character and maybe a few words that describe their personality]
◊ Additional information: [wishes for poses, facial expressions, anything else I need to know]
♦ Large Pixel
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i don't bite, and i'm too lazy to use the shift key.
did that sentence explain anything to you?
call me anything, brendy, mishh, KHT, mishhe etc, i don't really mind as long as you don't make it offensive
and... i am not very good at colors
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