Forums > Critique > Does your Avatar make me want to see your port?

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Cheshire Isaacs wrote:
Sure, let's find out.

sorry, a bit too washed out for my taste

no

May 22 13 10:14 pm Link

Model

Scarlett de la Calle

Posts: 414

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Mine got missed. There was probably a reason as MM went crazy yesterday and then my avatar wouldn't show properly until just this afternoon (kept disappearing) but would still be interested in knowing smile

May 23 13 04:23 am Link

Photographer

Tyrone Shoots

Posts: 4

Washington, District of Columbia, US

what do you think of mine?

May 23 13 07:38 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Scarlett de la Calle wrote:
Mine got missed. There was probably a reason as MM went crazy yesterday and then my avatar wouldn't show properly until just this afternoon (kept disappearing) but would still be interested in knowing smile

I like the shot very much but not sure if it works well as an avatar. IMO you have about 3 or 4 works that would be a much better avi choice

May 23 13 07:41 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Tyrone Shoots wrote:
what do you think of mine?

sorry but nothing there to really draw me in

May 23 13 07:42 pm Link

Photographer

DannielaRamos

Posts: 16

London, England, United Kingdom

Does mine?

May 23 13 07:44 pm Link

Model

ChelseaChee

Posts: 9

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Mine Please.....

May 23 13 11:24 pm Link

Model

Di March

Posts: 14

Nicosia, Government controlled area, Cyprus

Well...Does it? smile

May 24 13 12:09 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

DannielaRamos wrote:
Does mine?

It is a bit distant but I like the shot. 50-60% yes

May 24 13 04:45 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

ChelseaChee wrote:
Mine Please.....

It is a good shot, but just not real alluring. You have others that I think would work better as an avi........this one is a no

May 24 13 04:47 am Link

Photographer

JoshuaDavisPhotography

Posts: 2430

San Francisco, California, US

What about mine?

May 24 13 04:48 am Link

Model

Caroline Madison

Posts: 602

Paris, Île-de-France, France

I'd like to know smile

May 24 13 04:50 am Link

Model

ChelseaChee

Posts: 9

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Thanks....I will switch it then.

May 24 13 07:36 am Link

Photographer

Mark Callen Photography

Posts: 260

Buffalo, New York, US

Please let me know...If not...What would you recommend?
Thanks!

May 24 13 07:51 am Link

Model

Alexis Radzvilowicz

Posts: 69

New York, New York, US

How about mine? smile

May 24 13 09:00 am Link

Photographer

EdwardKristopher

Posts: 3377

Tempe, Arizona, US

Let me know...!

May 24 13 09:04 am Link

Photographer

Refrain Photography

Posts: 32

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

EdwardKristopher wrote:
Let me know...!

Yep...does for me smile

May 24 13 12:06 pm Link

Model

Celine Sophia

Posts: 503

Santa Barbara, California, US

Updated avi, what do you think?

May 24 13 12:25 pm Link

Model

Kirst

Posts: 550

Manchester, New Hampshire, US

Please let me know
:]
have a lovely day!

May 24 13 12:39 pm Link

Model

Samantha Ashley Mathias

Posts: 59

Tampa, Florida, US

What do you think?

May 24 13 01:13 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Di March wrote:
Well...Does it? smile

I like the location and I like your legs.....50-60% yes

May 24 13 09:51 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

JoshuaDavisPhotography wrote:
What about mine?

usually the horizontal orientation does not work as well for an avatar. I think your suffers from that rule

May 25 13 05:14 am Link

Photographer

MMS Photography

Posts: 6

Salwā', Hawallī, Kuwait

I play

May 25 13 05:42 am Link

Photographer

JoshuaDavisPhotography

Posts: 2430

San Francisco, California, US

Peach Jones wrote:

usually the horizontal orientation does not work as well for an avatar. I think your suffers from that rule

That's what I thought. Thanks.

May 25 13 06:56 am Link

Photographer

Kens Photos

Posts: 222

Visalia, California, US

Let me know what you think!

May 25 13 07:28 am Link

Model

Kitty Devereux

Posts: 67

Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

How about mine?

May 25 13 07:43 am Link

Photographer

Refrain Photography

Posts: 32

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

How about me? smile

May 25 13 11:31 am Link

Model

Paige Thomley

Posts: 573

West Bend, Wisconsin, US

I'll play!

May 25 13 11:38 am Link

Photographer

Anvanya Photography

Posts: 26

Breda, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands

Lets see if you like my new Ava. smile

May 25 13 01:31 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Caroline Madison wrote:
I'd like to know smile

With no doubt you are extremely beautiful in that shot. But, I am just not sure there is enough intrigue to make me wanna see more. I did look at your port, and IMO you have some other artworks that may serve you better as an avi

May 25 13 05:54 pm Link

Model

Kim Jonet

Posts: 24

Tacoma, Washington, US

Yes please.

May 25 13 07:38 pm Link

Photographer

ATR

Posts: 34

San Jose, California, US

Well what do you think should change it or!!!


ATR..

May 25 13 08:08 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Mark Callen Photography wrote:
Please let me know...If not...What would you recommend?
Thanks!

That shot you have now is by far the best in your port. If you can somehow crop it to the vertical orientation it will serve you well for an avatar's sake. But in the horizontal position.....probably not

May 25 13 08:53 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Alexis Radzvilowicz wrote:
How about mine? smile

the lack of color and separtation from the background will probably mean it won't catch my eye

May 25 13 08:55 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

EdwardKristopher wrote:
Let me know...!

this is just biased on my part....but tats do very little for me

May 25 13 08:56 pm Link

Photographer

EdwardKristopher

Posts: 3377

Tempe, Arizona, US

I totally loved working with her and though the tats were all from the Horror Genre the rest is what took me away!  :-)  She was a consummate professional and easy to work with!

May 25 13 09:10 pm Link

Photographer

Refrain Photography

Posts: 32

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

Kim Jonet wrote:
Yes please.

Absolutely it does... smile

May 26 13 07:37 am Link

Model

Ruben van Waas

Posts: 24

Zwolle, Overijssel, Netherlands

I'm curious, if not what would be a better one if there is one?

May 26 13 07:44 am Link

Model

Kim Jonet

Posts: 24

Tacoma, Washington, US

Refrain Photography wrote:

Absolutely it does... smile

Thank you Refrain Photography, you rock!

May 26 13 07:30 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6400

Champaign, Illinois, US

Celine Sophia wrote:
Updated avi, what do you think?

It is a pretty shot, but the horizontal orientation hurts you in this. Generally speaking, a horizontal shot will have greater difficulty getting noticed than a vertical. Plus, IMO, you have a couple really good vertical shots that will do you good as an avi

Good Luck!!

May 27 13 04:02 am Link