Crowley, Texas, US
Just updated my port and would love input
Oct 04 12 10:49 pm Link
Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
This is cute
Eyeliner looks messed up on models right eye and inside corner of left
Not sure if it’s the pucker or what, but you come across as very beautiful and playful in this image
Think this should be your avatar!
This one is not working for me, the suite coat is making you look like a foot ball player with broad shoulders
Raise chin a bit
Still see issues with eye liner
But do not cut across your eyes, with the frame of the eyeglasses
Like the idea behind the photo but something is not right, could be the black shoes
Think what might be fun is to have you peaking through the tire
Wish you success!
Oct 05 12 05:04 am Link
Catskill, New York, US
Without critiquing every image individually I'd like to say that most of your work is very nice. We were just discussing this in another thread, I think you might be a few inches short to fit the industry standard for "plus size model". The ideal is more like 5' 11" and size 10 - 12
However, don't let that stop you, you have a look and you have talent. I agree with a lot of what's said above. If I had to pull an image it would be this one
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pi … 9#30134959
and although I like the shot with the hat, the hat cutting across your eye doesn't really work. I get the tilt but both of your eyes should be visible. It's done well, better than many I've seen but ......... If you're a model trying to show your face, stop putting things in front and across it.
You're off to a great start, nice work.
Oct 05 12 06:16 am Link
Salem, Indiana, US
Cute & Playful is what came to Mind :-)
Oct 05 12 05:29 pm Link
New York, New York, US
your port is terrible. Silly cartoonish poses, awful clothes. I don't see much potential as a model but to improve your port you need to have better photographers - look at plus size models on some NYC agency's web sites for an idea of photo styles and poses.
here's a web link
Oct 06 12 11:26 am Link
Crowley, Texas, US
Thank you for your feedback and hopefully you will be pleased with my progress as time goes by. As for the "silly cartoonish poses" I consider my personality one of my strongest strengths in this industry which takes itself so seriously. I will continue to be my bubbly, original self. I wish you the best.
Oct 08 12 05:35 pm Link