Beautiful portfolios built with Carbonmade in 2019
Article posted on December 27, 2019
With more downtime and a new year approaching, this is the month finally work on your portfolio. To look back on what you did this year and decide what you want to work on next. So we collected a few fresh sites to inspire you, all launched this year through Carbonmade.com.
The beauty of launching your site is that it's only a starting point. You don't have to make everything perfect because you can always update it later. You don't need every single project you've ever worked on. Just create a homepage, add a project or two and call it done. The euphoria of finally launching will give you the motivation and momentum to make it better and better.
Here are a few of my favorite Carbonmade portfolios from artists, 3D designers, concept artists and illustrators who launched their site in 2019. Will you be joining them?
Alycia Rainaud’s site, titled "Maalavidaa," feels like a journey through multiple dimensions. She uses a variation of grids and sliders to showcase her artwork, a personal project “exploring feelings and life’s complexity through daily abstractions.” Scroll through the neon strokes, bubbles and swirls into infinity, or click to open any image in a lightbox for a closer view.
Daniel Lepik’s masterful product designs range from surreal experiments with light and texture to futuristic technology with soft curves and sharp edges. The full-screen images throughout his site pair perfectly with Carbonmade’s four-corner navigation, making each case study a polished presentation.
We are clearly big fans of Adriana Bellet’s work. Her editorial illustrations, made under the name Jeez Vanilla, appear throughout the Carbonmmade experience. Check out her site and her delightful About page and you’ll quickly become a fan too. If you spot her illustrations while building your Carbonmade portfolio, be sure to give her a shoutout.
Steve Teeps introduces his otherworldly work with a full-screen video reel on his homepage. His case studies take us behind the scenes, breaking down the process of his expansive AR, 3D and concept art projects.
To see more portfolios made with Carbonmade, visit our the Carbonmade Talentpool. And be sure to follow me on Twitter to keep up with the latest Carbonmade features (we're adding more all the time).
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