I was just proven wrong. Drawing a blueprint storyboard for a comic is much harder. I see why comic artists take 3 months just to produced a new, fully-colored chapter in their stories now. Anyway, as I’m possibly banging my head against my keyboard (excuse me, tablet), I’ve taken some time to consider working on my e-portfolio. Granted, it’s much more compete than it was a couple months ago, but I’m at a mental mind block. I wanted it to be a sort of time capsule for myself, but at the same time, is it almost copping out by saying my audience is myself? After all, anyone with a blog can say that about their posts.
I spoke to Professor Barron, my adviser the other day, and admitted my rather half-assed assumption of me being the only “important” audience who would ever see my e-portfolio. Then, he mentioned something that made me re-consider whether my attempt WAS really half-assed, or whether it was only half-finished. The portfolio, he said, could just be a glimpse my various sides of creativity in writing and art. Instead of thinking if it ONLY as a time capsule, I could keep the theme of variety and versatility in mind, and possibly in Writing 400, I can re-invent it as something presentable to employers. However, as of right now, it stays as almost a form of brainstorming/development for a more polished work that can be presented to others.
Here is a screen shot of my E-Porfolio welcome page, in case anyone’s interested. Yes, I have a strange title, don’t judge~ 8D