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Matthew Syrett - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & Digital Art
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As shown within my resume, I have previous experience utilising professional software packages to produce content of ‘Next Gen’ quality, for use within video games. Alongside this, I have also experienced working within a development team, to produce content for a racing genre video game which included collaboration with programming and management teams. This has assisted in developing an...
Derby, Derby, United Kingdom

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Fanboy Interactive - Freelance Comic Writing & Digital Art
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My name is Joey Logan and I too am starting from scratch and trying to get artists to work on the comics I have written here and there.. I am all about the writing and creating new ideas and love words.. i am a nerdcore artist under the name Joey ****** and I have a project called Spirit of 8bit.. i would really love to get my fingers dirty and start to work on the writing with a comic or manga to get into a project while i wait for my own to be accomplished.. I have a website at www.fanboyinteractive.com and also looking to collaborate with anyone who sees fit.. the pay would be awesome to help with a new laptop for my own projects and to keep writing for yours as well.. please hit me back if you are interested
Bradenton, Florida, United States
Blake Hyatt - Freelance Ad Design & Billboard Design
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2.0
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Look I am currently a college student pursuing an advertising degree who is trying to make a little money on the side to pay for college while becoming a more established writer/designer. I have a unique understanding of the human mind and how life works a long with a very creative style of thinking that allows me to stand out from the rest of the crowd in a positive way. Basically I am an artist, an artist with a vision to start a chain reaction and to change the world through his voice. I am determined to create the best product possible and have fun doing it. It is what I am about. I love being creative and thinking outside the box that is my passion, and when you have someone who is passionate about what they are doing that is when the best product is created just ask apple. I know I don't have "the experience," desired for most but sometimes in life you have to take a gamble and I guarantee that if you choose me that I will turn that gamble into an investment.
Denison, Texas, United States
Dewayne Small - Freelance Creative Writing & Ghostwriting
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Im very crafty and witty with my song writting to check out some my material go to ourstage.com/small17. I do slow and fast music . R&B to HipHOP to Blues to Rock N Roll to Country Music. And willing to try diffrent styles of music want a hit Im your man !
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
Zack Lipovetsky - Freelance Fiction Writing & Script Writing
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The following is a writing excerpt from my novel "The Comedian" "“Off the bat, I just want to say that this is going to be a long joke about Starbucks. In fact, it's almost my entire set because it's Starbucks and there’s a lot to say. So, anyone here actually go to Starbucks?”“Yeahhhhhh,” half the crowd replied over the sound of clapping. “Jesus Christ calm down, its not a competition,” I replied. “Ever go to Starbucks in the morning or in the afternoon or how about at three a.m.? It's always packed isn’t it? I don’t know where all of these people come from. You can be at a Starbucks in Deadville, Missouri on Christmas morning with a hurricane one hundred feet away with cows visibly circling around and still run into a Brooklyn hipster writing something ironic and witty in his precious forty dollar mole skin notepad that he bought at an underground vintage store or a business executive switching off between texting and yelling into his blackberry (audience claps). Jesus Christ, Starbucks is to hipsters what my eight year old nephews ***** is to my uncle ralph the *********.” Loud claps resonate through the air for that one as I sneak a peek at Sasha to see how offended she is at that last joke only to witness her smiling sheepishly back at me and appeared to be enjoying herself. “So far so good,” I mutter to myself before continuing. “And before you actually sit down, you want to make sure that it’s a good seat of course. You know you want that seat by the window and near the outlet and there's always only one seat like that at every Starbucks that I have ever been to so everyone is always fighting over it. You need that outlet so that you can plug in your blackberry, blender, kindle, laptop, vibrator and iphone, all in one socket and the fun naturally follows because we are a consumerist society and we want it all and want it all right now while sitting near the window so that we can look out and look at the poor schmucks don’t have it all and laugh at them. “Now, lets talk about the homeless population that resides at Starbucks. In case you didn’t realize there is a group of homeless people, actually let me rephrase that, there is a gang of homeless people and they usually take up the biggest table in the place. They always do all sorts of weird things there. For instance, instead of doing homework or something, they roll cigarettes (big laugh from the crowd) instead of reading a book, they play cards and talk about smoking crack and they drink more coffee in one sitting than I have ever seen anyone drink in my entire life. Coffee refills are only about thirty five cents so they end up literally sitting there all day drinking coffee. I watch them do this. They pack it with sugar and milk, they use about thirty six sugar packets (more laughter as I can see the audience sitting up in their seats waiting for the punchline). I am pretty sure that coffee is their breakfast, lunch and dinner. Whats for desert? Crack. The funniest part about this is that they usually crash in the evening around six pm from drinking so much and they pretty much all just start nodding out right in the middle of Starbucks forming a barrier of discomfort for paying customers. They are all wiggling and stretching in their wooden chairs making all sorts of homeless people sounds (one guy laughs harder than anyone else and I look at him quizzically which causes the rest of the audience to laugh harder) trying to get comfortable so that they can sleep. And of course the Starbucks workers are certainly not going to kick them out. Are you kidding me? You think that Brooklyn hipster, straight edge vegan Elizabeth would ever say 'excuse me sir, you can't sleep here and please conceal your crack, this isn’t Dunkin Donuts.' No of course not, the homeless gang does whatever they want there, and truthfully who doesn’t enjoy the smell of urine over organic fair trade coffee anyway?” (huge applause as some people stand up and clap and some people are close to falling from their chairs). The clapping continues in slow motion as some people try to compose themselves from coughing fits and catch their breath. I breathe it all in for as long as I can have it. Their laughter is a drug to me; far more potent than anything I have ever had before. I soak in being king of the room for a few seconds before the noise begins to die down and I realize the amusement must continue. I have to go on dancing for them if I want to have their laughs.
Monsey, New York, United States
Iva (Crockodilee) - Freelance Animal Illustration & Fiction Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a 19 year old writer and artist. I work primarily in fantasy work when it comes to my writing and animals when it comes to my artwork. I am very flexible and willing to learn skills to complete any project.
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Gretchen Schoeman - Freelance Digital Art & Animal Illustration
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4.5
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I create Illustration and Design work in a variety of style and medium Feel free to look at: https://www.behance.net/GrayFoxTrot http://gretchenschoemanart.yolasite.com http://thegretel.deviantart.com/gallery/ for a samples of my work. If you have any questions, contact me at: gretchenschoeman@gmail.com
Gauteng, South Africa
Julia Carrington - Freelance Writing & Editing
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I have an extensive background in writing, journalism, grammar, literature, editing, fiction, nonfiction, medicine, psychology, business, counselling and teaching. I am a published author of about 17 books.
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
G. Dave - Freelance Resume Writing & Technical Writing
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4.0
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? Over 8 years experience including over 4 years in resume writing. ? Demonstrated expertise in creating and customizing resumes of high impact for clients up to top management level, in wide range of fields, with expertise in IT resumes. ? Outstanding English skills and known for excellent spelling/ grammatical skills. ? Skilled in translating information into clear and concise language that illuminates individual strengths and furthers each client’s goal. ? Knowledge of global resume formatting styles, prevalent in UK, USA, Europe and middle-east countries. Routinely handle preparation of resumes targeted at different job markets. ? Widely experienced in the job market, with successful career in HRD, Insurance and IT. ? Masters in Personnel Management and Bachelors Degree in Business/Finance
Arlington, Virginia, United States
Charlotte Mothers - Freelance Copywriting & Travel Writing
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5.0
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I’m a copywriter, blogger, editor and functioning shoeaholic currently living in London. When I was 7 I liked to think I was Jacqueline Wilson, writing kids stories in a reporter’s notebook I’d decorated with felt tips and stickers. Then I discovered poetry and left post-its around friend’s houses under my mysterious pseudonym. I don’t use the felt tips anymore, but I’m still partial to that pen name. I’ve played with words for nice-smelling people like Lush Cosmetics, travel gurus Gap Daemon and TheTravelEditor.com, beauty boffs Wahanda, direct mail giants Reader’s Digest, hotel superstars Great Hotels of the World, city slickers Itchy London, and the very pink lastminute.com.
Northolt, London, United Kingdom