How To Create An Artist’s Portfolio? — Part 4

Part 4 of 4

It has been a while since I created my portfolio. The reason why I have not yet finished with this last post is because I have been waiting for better lighting, so that you can judge the quality of the portfolios in a video yourself. Good lighting may never come to my studio, so you may see a video here soon. For now, thank you for your patience.

If you need a portfolio right now, my favorite option of the three is the Layflay 24-page hardcover from Photobook Canada — just remember to get a discount from Groupon first. It has a nice finish, very thick pages, and the seam is almost invisible. However, it does not come with a glossy HD paper option. HD paper does make the artwork look best.

Mili Fay--Portrait by Catia Da Costa of CDC Photography

Mili Fay, an award-winning artist, trained as a classical animator at Sheridan College, but when computer animation took over the field, she decided that she loved drawing more than animating. In November of 2011 she created Mili Fay Art determined to support the world one artwork at a time. Today, she passionately creates imaginative artwork and stories, always graced with a humorous modern twist.

Currently, Mili is working on an epic YA fantasy series, Warriors of Virtue, about a reluctant princess, Lauraliee, who learns to become a queen as she defends Ardan from dragon-people (people who turn into dragons).

Mili Fay Art Published Books Book Covers

Mili Fay Art Fan Cub
“Together we support the world one artwork at a time.”
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