thefxlady said: I think that the background color is so bright is a bit distracting. Especially on the last page. I know gray is boring but I would almost say tone it down to an almost gray so that it is less distracting.
steeledart said: On the one hand I think it works, on the other I’d almost say you don’t need it? I would almost lean toward using round shapes for your backdrop, particularly as there’s not a whole lot of breathing room with the rectangles. I dunno though….
zulayawolf said: I think the backdrop is nice! It really helps tie things together - especially in that first image. I don’t know much about making portfolios in the professional world, but if you wanted a little variation you could change the backdrop color in each?
alonza-alzimora said: I think the background helps make your artwork pop out more. It is more interesting than if you just left it blank.