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Being a witty individual, who's knowledgeable in science, talented in the arts, and sick of not getting calls back from jobs I've applied to, I w… Read More
Being a witty individual, who's knowledgeable in science, talented in the arts, and sick of not getting calls back from jobs I've applied to, I wanted to make something that showed off my resume, and my portfolio simultaneously, something I like to call my 'resumolio'. The images featured are all watercolors, 3 of which were published in Dr. Frank Scali's manuscripts, and the others were made specifically for this project. I figure by incorporating the art into the resume, mirroring what I want to do with my life (Medical Illustration) I'll start attracting the right people to the work. If you wish to see some other pieces, that aren't here on Behance, check out the Facebook Art Page. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Danny-Quirk-Artwork/283073600976?ref=hl Thanks for looking! Read Less
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Being a witty individual, knowledgeable in the sciences and a talented artist, I wanted to make something that showed the level of work I was capable of with a conceptual twist. I wanted to make something that would catch the eye, and leave the viewer impressed. In the past, it seems that resumes put an artist at a disadvantage. All their color was to be deduced to black and white, 12 point font, lacking the one thing that they were trying to show--- their artwork. SO, having made a bunch of pieces for Dr. Frank Scali's manuscripts, thought it could be kind of cool to make a resume based off a medical textbook, that would also show off the portfolio, thus giving rise to the 'Resumolio' . All the images used in this are hand made, and done in watercolor. The type was laid on in Photoshop.

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