In order to apply for the Motion Graphics post, I need to update my website.
However, since my website has mostly modelling and VFX on it, I figured it’d be best to just set up another motion graphics specific one.
Hence, I researched some other motion graphic sites, to see what was the typical format. I picked one independent artist and the other was a motion graphics company.
- All one page
- Still has contact specific page anyway
- Portfolio page
- About me page
- Contact info is at both top and bottom along with social media
Sites I looked at:
Link to my website: http://nataliehcoleuni.wix.com/mysite
- Logical order
- Minimal text – show it rather than spell it out
- Contact form
- CV to download
- Showreel should be on it – first thing you see
- Should be clean and not cluttered
- Should clearly state the area you specialise in
- Have a bit about you and your background
- Social media links
Caballer, S. (2015). 3D Character Modeller & TD|Rigger. Available: http://www.sergicaballer.com. Last accessed 10th May 2016.
Graham, A. (2016). VFX artist & 3D Generalist. Available: http://www.ashley-graham.com. Last accessed 10th May 2016.
Kelly, K. (2016). Character Artist, Texture Artist, 3D Modeller. Available: http://www.kriskelly3d.com/index.html. Last accessed 11th May 2016.
Romero, J. (2016). 3D Modeller. Available: http://www.justiromero.com. Last accessed 11th May 2016.
Do you ever want to draw something but have absolutely no idea what to draw?
Well, I had that problem today and was trying to think of something, and then thought that other people are bound to have had the same problem.
So I thought, most people would google the answer, so I did that and found this.
Link : http://something-to-draw.com/index.php?tags=&last_id=10301945315
It a website that will give you an image to draw.
There are also options for people to paint, sculpt, do origami, or even staining glass!
So that’s solved that problem now.