Over the last few days I’ve been compiling my work to be printed and put into a professional portfolio;
The images I’ve chosen are images that reflect my skills as an artist and illustrator, but also show what I like to do, would be happy to do again, as I didn’t want to include any project, no matter how successful if I wouldn’t be happy to do similiar work again.
My Professional Portfolio is more or less a visual representation of what I have stated on my CV. I will be adding and editing this selection as and when I create new work. All of these images were originally scanned at a high definition, and I will be printing these A3 at the Print Studio on campus.
I’ve added a boarder round the images to make them look professional as the images are different size, and the less distortion of size and layout, the better. I also made sure when presenting the images in my portfolio that the portfolio doesn’t need to be rotated in order to see the images.
With each project, I also did an accompanying text, with the project title, a small description, with some a quote and then the mediums used.
The first page is simplistic, with a elegent easy to ready font, with my name, what it is, and my website address.
Attached above is a PDF copy of my Printed Portfolio.