Learn how to put together illustrator artwork your animation drawings in a good presentation format and prepare your portfolio, with Caio Martins If you are an animator or illustrator, having an online portfolio is important for getting jobs. Despite this, many creatives do not know where to start or what things to prioritize when creating their collection of works and creations. In this video Caio Martins, illustrator, character designer and storyboard artist teaches us how to make and organize a very efficient animation portfolio: 1. Organize your portfolio by themes The basic thing is to start the organization by themes, such as illustration (general), characters, watercolor, video, etc. Choose themes based on the volume of stuff you've produced, prioritizing the ones you create most often.
Also create sections dedicated to the works of a certain brand with which you work frequently, to a film with which you may have contributed or to older works. Use your creativity to organize the material, but remember: it is essential to always highlight what is most important in your style. Animation Tutorial: How to prepare your portfolio to send to studios 4 2. Use Instagram to spread your work Instagram is almost a second portfolio today, allowing a freer and more informal approach. Use it to post your sketches, references, or work creations.
nyour profile description, don't forget to add a link to your official portfolio, where you keep everything more organized and in order of importance. Through Instagram, people will be able to learn about your style and your technique, as well as get a very good idea of what you are capable of doing. It is very common for job proposals to arrive here; therefore, do not forget to also include an updated form of contact that goes beyond the inbox messaging of the platform itself. Animation Tutorial: How to prepare your portfolio to send to studios 6 3. Use current hashtags Instagram hashtags are great ways to get to know the work of