I jsut had to thought about my favorite books, movies, games... for a forum thread, so I decided to also share them with you!
MOVIES: *** I forgot to write Zoolander to this list, I totally love the movie!
– El milagro de P. Tinto (P. Tinto’s miracle), Spanish movie.
– El día de la Bestia (The Beast’s day), Spanish movie.
– Ghibli movies
– Star Trek movies
– Star wars
BOOKS: (I don’t read comics because I literally don’t read the dialogs, I like watching the drawings and I made up my story, so I’m kind of a freestyle comic reader if this term exists)
– Any Isaac Assimov Book
– The hijackers guide to the galaxy (Douglas Adams)
– The stupidest angel (Christopher Moore)
– The Invention of Hugo Cabret (Brian Selznick)
– Illustrated books
– Captain Harlock (1977)
– Arale (Dr. Slump)
– Dragon Ball (the first one)
– The Big Bang Theory
VIDEO GAMES: My family is a videogames lover, my grandma has nintendo mini games since before they arrived Spain in 1982 (she -87years old- still go to Andorra where she buys the latest tech items and games)
– Batman (1986) for Spectrum
– Lemmings (1991)
– Final Fantasy VII
Here are some things I have learnt trying to build the "ultimate portfolio": There are thousands of sites which have tutorials or advice about building your portfolio and how it has to look like and what kind of work you should put in it. I have watch infinite videos and read infinite articles and at the end, there is not a magic recipe to build a great portfolio. Here are my conclusions, I hope this can help: - Your portfolio is nothing else than your "art resumé", this means that it has to be adapted every time you want to send an appication for a job. - There are as many portfolios as companies or specific jobs. - Decide first where you want to send an aplication and then research what kind of portfolios they like. Nowadays most of professional artists share their experiences and how they work and what they like in social media. Follow them. - Your portfolio is like sharing a little bit of your persona too, not only your art. If you like craft
These past years have been kind of weird... as time stopped and during this hiatus I also stopped somehow. I did work and I did plan new projects but my day to day with the kids was everything I was doing and all the other just slowed down. As soon as lockdowns stopped and I could work full time again in my screen printing and customization little company of one, I've been spending too many hours taking every order I could and even so it's not working as good as I hoped. Now that the girls go to school and spend the day there, I am planning some new projects such as an online shop with digital and physical items, collaborations with other freelancers and even a full sustainable clothing line for kids. I'm putting a lot of thought in how to reactivate my little company and make it viable for the years to come. (If I could, I would pay a consultor to help me with all of this...) Side hustle: Some of you have already noticed that before summer I started endorsing a natural co
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