Posted by Bryce Hanna on October 29, 2003 at 17:55:01:
In Reply to: Re: suggestions for portfolio books... posted by Donald on October 24, 2003 at 10:32:08:
Thanks for the kind words.
If you're interested in digitizing your work, I'd start by investing $200 and purchasing a basic flatbed scanner and Adobe Photoshop Elements (elements is a "lite" version of Photoshop that is still pretty powerful). If you have all that, or access to better, then go to this site:
There you can quickly build your own online portfolio and resume for FREE. There's a 500kb limit, but you can still do alot with that. The added benefit of this site is that you can browse through other designer's portfolios (including industrial designers, architects, print, etc.) and also get links to people's personal websites. Doing well with this site will force you to work with images that have small overall file sizes, which is crucial for the web.
When you're ready to go hardcore and publish your own site with your own domain name and etc. visit these guys:
After that, shoot me an e-mail. . .
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