Damjan suggested, from another section, that I should move my old post to this one and so I've decided to do that. What I'm about to ask is a little bit unorthodox by focusing on my work in general rather than just one piece. The reason being is that I've just resigned to the fact that I need feedback and critique on where I should be heading direction-wise.
And because I live in a rural area where there's not a lot of like-minded illustrators who are in the same industry as CA is concerned, it's almost impossible to get local inspiration and feedback.
I'm kind of in a dry spell and have been for a long time despite the fact that I've been sketching a lot with my moleskine sketchbooks for a few years and you can see a huge stack of them with the photo attached. I've about two more that are'nt seen but on the other side of my apartment/studio.
So, henceforth, I have a website at this link and was hoping if anyone would be kind enough to look at it, to see if there is anything in my gallery page that needs work or the overall feel for the variety of portfolio needing some change. Even the website itself. Is it well represented? Is it enough to tell my story and what I do?
I have no intention of using Flash for my website but would like to try and figure out how in hell to use Lightbox to revamp my portfolio page to make things more streamlined because I sure am not a coder myself. EDIT: by the way, I do plan on changing the profile photo in my bio page in the near future as the image is old. Though, I'm still too attached to that castle background but I don't live in that area anymore :/.
I'm trying to get myself back on the right track career-wise and hopefully focus on illustration for RPG game companies such as Chaosium Games, Pathfinder, and what not. And perhaps storyboarding for the film industry. I want to get published again but also do better.
Please bear in mind that when I went homeless three years ago, it screwed everything up and pushed me back for a long time until now as I've managed to keep a new roof over my head for three years so far. Sometimes it's very hard to focus when living in such a sleepy town that I had no choice to move to out of forced circumstances and have to travel to the next town up once a week to hit the clubs and find inspiration, or socialize.