Hey guys, I've spent the last year or so working on learning as much as I can about Environment Art and building up my portfolio. It's been a great experience and I can happily look back and see just how much more I know that I did last year, and that makes it all worth it.
In the last couple of months I've been applying to a fair amount of jobs, but I've not heard back from most studios. I had one art test with a company that I didn't get because they were looking for someone with good handpainting skills, and that was my first attempt ever doing that. And I got to the 2nd interview with another company, but they ended up going with someone more experienced.
I'm usually pretty good at seeing what looks good or bad, but when it comes to my own work it's a lot harder! So now I'm just looking to see where you guys think I'm going wrong, or help me to see which areas I need get stronger in. What's it lacking? What needs to be removed? What should I focus on next? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Here's my portfolio:https://www.artstation.com/rustyspannerz