Here's the link to the giveaway. Good luck every pony.
Let the Training CommenceAfter a lot of personal growth, deep consideration and re-evaluation, I have decided to try and achieve the goal I did not achieve this year. Taking a lot of planning, diet and physical training into consideration, this will be excruciatingly hard to pull off but not impossible and the more rewarding in the end. I want to surpass my personal goal as well as contribute to several charities and maybe even influence others to want to achieve something fantastic and great in their lives. I am by no means doing this for any competitions except for the one with myself. I have started a blog, ([link]), documenting my progress with everything as well as reaching out to others for charity information, those willing to donate to said charities and possibly those who will join me in bettering the world in some form or another. I want to thank everyone who has given me their support before and now, I couldn't do this or even consider doing thisLet the Training Commence by ~Dustysurfer
My Two cents on Portfolio ReviewsYou know, I see quite a bit of portfolio on a regular basis, and even more so when I go to comic con and CTN.My Two cents on Portfolio Reviews by ~PascalCampion
This time around was the same thing, I saw quite a few portfolios. Some good ones and some that miss the mark.
There were a few in particular that caught my eye.. a few extremely good ones, and a few that just didn't work, and I wanted to try and share my opinions about portfolios in general.
This is just my point of view, based on MY experience and definitely not a definitely law, rule, or "must do". Just what I noticed in many student's and young professional's portfolios.
The first thing that strikes me is how similar portfolios can be from one student to another..I can almost always tell when one student is from Art Center, San Jose State, Otis, Sheridan or any other major school. It's a good thing and a bad thing. Mainly a bad thing though
Just a few personal thoughts on portfolios since I just came back from comic con and saw a ton over there.
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