Elena and Olivia Ceballos
Haven't posted here in a while! We have been busy with college and stuff. We did get a feelance gig with DisneyToon Studios though! Hope to work on some more personal art soon. Keep up the great work everyone!
Hey, everyone. I'm looking at applying for some storyboard & visdev jobs, and many of them request a physical "flat book" portfolio to be sent along with a link to an online portfolio. Any ideas/tips on proper flat book printing? How big should it be? 8.5x11 seems to be a bit small for some of the pieces (and storyboards, since I have them arranged 3 panels x 3 panels on each page), but the next biggest size offering for most printers is 11x17, which is huge. Or is that a good size? Also, does anyone have any thoughts on whether it should be bound or simply left as loose stack of papers? I've seen both, and I can see the benefits of both (bound is professional looking, but loose allows multiple people to look at different pages at once). I'm just not sure what studios/companies are looking for.