I like everything about the website except the empty boxes for more content. I realize that you will eventually fill these, but it could be taken as you lack experience or something since you don't have work to fill these spots.
I think it would be better if you just got rid of those for now, and centered your thumbnails at the top. When you get more work to show, put it up there as another box, but don't have empty ones.
Really great work though, and I can easily tell you are talented by the quality of work. The DW4 piece is definitely your best. Good luck!
created website and stuffon 06-04-2009 07:05 PM
I agree with everything said. You have a very unique art style that will def. catch peoples eye. Good Luck on the search! I guess the only advise that I would have is to showcase as many art styles as possible. Although your warrior guy is great many employers are also looking for artists who showcase realistic characters. (mass effect,assassins creed,and I could go on) My best advice would be to take an actor or well known person and recreate them while putting your own unique spin on it. Based on the obvious skills you have, this should not be a problem for you because your modeling and texturing skills are def. next gen worthy. Your website is great, I look forward to seeing more work.
, spline, 147 Posts, Join Date Apr 2008, Location Chicago Area
Hey, I think everyone else more than made the point of more work and empty boxes, I just wanted to compliment you on having nice, large, clear thumbnails. Although the lizard and droid thumbs are a bit vague in what they show.
Good stuff though dude. Look forward to seeing more work up there. ( as do you I'm sure )