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So I did a bit of a cursory search... I found a lot of people's online portfolios. Not much on... using WIPs in portfolios that you're going to show to people.
I've been working on putting together a portfolio to show a certain company. It is all concept art. One of my stronger pieces currently is just lineart, not painted as I want it.
Would it be ok to paint this piece (neatly) in flat colors and insert it as part of my portfolio? Is that a thing that one would do? Have you as a concept artist (or other) done this? Can the same be done with 3d artwork (say, having a clean render, just in the default grayscale)?
When I google search portfolios for concept art... all the artwork seems to be painted to near perfection, like its the finished product, so I'm curious.
I'm going to ask one of my professors about my portfolio later, but that's after I have a first draft of the pieces I want in my portfolio together.
Thanks for any help.