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Britt Griswold <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 14 Dec 2009 13:27:34 -0500
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Two general comments:

You need to make the text of your site banner bolder, or the background 
image lighter/less contrasty, or a combination of both. It is too hard 
to read now.

On your homepage blog you need to talk up your art a big more. I was not 
even sure from the text if this was your art or just stuff you found 
interesting that you wanted in your blog.


Mary O'Reilly wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am relatively new to GNSI, but I posted a request in July for 
> advice about making a transition from a purely scientific career to 
> one in science illustration, and received really fantastic advice and 
> encouragement.  Thanks again!  Now I am hoping I might get some 
> advice about my website:
> I wonder if I have erred on the side of showing too much work 
> indiscriminately, and whether I should just choose a selection of the 
> better work.  And about the work itself, I have enrolled in UCSD 
> evening extension classes in intermediate drawing and also an intro 
> to illustration.  Does this seem a reasonable next step?  I am still 
> doing science full-time, so I really want to make the best use of my 
> evening hours as possible to move toward an eventual illustration 
> career.
> Any other comments and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you in advance,
> Mary

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