What to include in your digital portfolio:
a. Biography (Remember that once you publish, your website becomes public so you don't want to include information that is too personal, like your home address. Your bio should describe who you are and you should present yourself as a professional would.)
-Explain yourself. Who are you?
-What kind of art do you like?
-What are you inspired by?
-What are your hobbies or interests?
-Maybe some of your notable achievements
2. Tabs that lead to artworks
a. Artworks (separate 1st semester and 2nd semester tabs)
-take a picture of your artwork (Monster and eventually your cityscape)
-should be clear and cropped to only be of your artwork. You can take this on your phone or camera and email the photo to yourself so you have access to it. (See below for good and bad examples.)
-explanation of your artwork (What is it of? How did you create it? What is successful about your artwork? What was difficult?)
-Title of your artwork
-size of artwork
-materials used to create it
b. Sketchbook Entries
-take pictures of your sketchbook entires include a date or an about date of creation (like month/year).
-CLEARLY LABEL YOUR SKETCHBOOK ENTIRES SO I KNOW WHICH ONE IS WHICH!
Examples of unacceptable photos
Example of an acceptable photo
Use Weebly to build your portfolio (You only need the "free" version)
Example Artist website/digital portfolios