I like it man. I think this is a much better setup than what you had before. The thing that bugs me is how the left side bar moves if you click the links about, contact, and portfolio.
Other than that, just nitpicky stuff really. Move your resume into your about page and remove everything you currently have in your about page. Honestly, the most important thing here is your art, and once you get an interview, then the "who are you and what are you all about" comes into play. You don't want to really give all that up right away do you? You do kind of want to have a little something to tell about yourself when you get that interview right? So move that resume into the about page and make the contact page either a "mailto" link or a form on that page that will act as a portal for contact. Don't put your phone number on there either. I don't really know how this is viewed, but for me personally, I think it is not only unnecessary since you will be most likely contacted via e-mail before phone, and also, it is just one more bit of personal information that doesn't need to be revealed on the world wide web.
If you have assets that had highpolys before baking, then show them as their own image, and not a small piece of a larger image like the helmet in the first set. I'd like to see that as it's own image in that set. Also keep it in your "highpoly" section, that's cool, but if it is part of a lowpoly asset that is part of a scene, really make sure you break it down as much as you can. Show as much as you can as large as you can on as many images as you can. You don't want to appear that you are hiding behind any smoke and mirrors. Not saying you are, but yeah.
I agree about the lighting for the Fallen Hero scene. Maybe see if you can amp that up some with a little more dramatic lighting. That Les Paul looks sick man. Good stuff.
Good luck man! You have some good work in here!