New Portfolio

I am an artist, and illustrator, and a book cover designer. I have been asked quite a bit in the past for a link to my portfolio where people could see examples of not only my cover design, but my illustrations, maps, and logos as well.

All I had to share was a link to an album on Google+ which I doubt did a very good job of showcasing my work.

So today I took the time to put together some graphic design banners that feature my work and then used Youtube to put them to music and tada! I have a brand new video portfolio that I am going to share on my about me page.

All said and done, not counting the time it took to create the artwork, logos, maps and book covers, the entire video took me about six hours to make.

I’d love to get your feedback on it, I need to know if everything is clearly visible or if I need to make a few adjustments.

Either way, I appreciate you taking the time to check it out πŸ™‚

If you are interested in any of the services I provide, you can find them here.

Thanks again for watching!

Please leave a comment below.

8 thoughts on “New Portfolio”

  1. Michelle, this is fantastic! Great idea! I’m not sure if anyone has had this problem, but for me, the video consistently blurred at 0:51. Up until that point, the resolution if fine! Congratulations for your progress! X)

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  2. That’s an excellent promo trailer Michelle πŸ‘
    I agree with Al regards the speed of display, however, as he also says, the trailer can be paused and inched if necessary.
    As it is, it gives a great overview of what you’ve done.
    (I may steal that trailer idea for my own efforts πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„)

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    1. Thanks Chris πŸ™‚ Go ahead and steal it, I think it’s a great way to promote your product πŸ™‚ Keep it to 30 second videos for sharing on social media though, that’s the attention span of the average viewer. That’s what the experts say anyway πŸ™‚

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  3. Michelle, nice job. Interesting mix of projects. My only suggestion would be to increase the on-screen time a bit…currently, in a 4-image spread, one only gets about a second to look at each one. I suppose I could pause the presentation if I wanted a closer look. Anyhow, well done!

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