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Roger's Portfolio RDS2@Q. - Freelance Architecture & House Architecture
540
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$38
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I worked in the construction field for several years, building new homes and remodeling. Later worked in the "Data Entry" field, as a supervisor for government agencies. Since then I have found my passion in 3D modeling and animation where I could use my artistic talents to the best of my ability. I purchased 3DStudio software and started learning how to create and animate figures using...
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Tanu Mathur - Freelance Architecture & CAD
1
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4.0
2 Skills
$30
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• 7 years of hands-on experience in building design, construction detailing and various services and structural co-ordination at multinational companies in mulch-disciplinary high end quality demand projects, • Self Control, honesty & integrity, decisiveness. • An ongoing passion to learn, grow and to increase my knowledge and skill-set.
phoenix, Arizona, United States
Walter Reczek - Freelance Sculpting & Architecture
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5.0
2 Skills
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Expert in fabrication, enlarging e.c.t.(all media) Also creative artist in all media.
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Vlad Cozma - Freelance Office Architecture & Architecture
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4.5
2 Skills
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Phoenix, Arizona, United States

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Heather Hughes - Freelance Blog Writing & Article Writing
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Lucas Wells - Freelance Comic Art & Fantasy Art
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I have been drawing for 22 years and have gained experience in multiple facets. I typically draw using either graphite or ink-pen. I can create anything ranging from comic heroes and villains to real-life heroes and villains. I illustrate fantasy and sci-fi as well as portraits and caricatures. I have designed countless tattoos and logos for companies. I have also created posters for various bands, events, private parties and organizations freehanded and also on the computer using programs such as Photoshop, Flexisign, InDesign and Corel Draw.
Macon, Illinois, United States
Richard Decker - Freelance Research & Fact Checking
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Richard S. Decker Objective: Obtain a position that with good analytical skills and hard work will have the opportunity to learn new information, positions and gain responsibility. Profile: Compliance Officer with experience working with the public answering questions and researching information regarding federal rules and regulations. Transportation Security Officer with four years experience providing last line of defense against attacks on air travel. Superb analytical and logical skills gained while earning Bachelor’s degrees in History and Biology. These skills further developed by work as a chemist, an officer, and as a healthcare insurance analyst. Excellent oral communication skills developed in many years of working with the public in both a professional capacity and as a volunteer. Written communication skills developed by completing numerous reports and papers for history degree. High-level customer service and communication skills. EDUCATION: CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY, New Britain, Connecticut Bachelor of Arts Degree in History- May 2002 Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology – August 1990 Overall GPA 3.05, History 3.85. COMPUTER SKILLS: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, training in PowerPoint. EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE: From 2010 to present furthering my education and seeking full time employment. OSHA, Department of Labor. Compliance Safety and Inspection Officer. August 2007-November, 2010 40 hrs/week * Work as a duty officer in the office, answering the public’s questions and complaints regarding OSHA rules, regulations, and areas of jurisdiction. Learn when to refer questions to another officer, or other federal and state agencies. Research and answer complaints from business owners regarding inspections and fines levied against them. * Learn Federal code requirements and go on inspections to ensure that safety rules are being followed at a variety of different businesses. * Work extensively with workers and businesses owners to help them come into compliance with OSHA rules and regulations. Research any questions regarding these rules to ensure accurate information is disseminated to the business owners and the working public. * Conduct accident investigations when referrals are received from various emergency responder departments. Gather any physical evidence relevant to the accident. Interview accident victims, witnesses, responders, and any other relevant individuals to ensure an accurate picture of the accident circumstances is obtained to determine if citations are warranted. * Coordinate work with other federal, state, and town agencies, along with private organizations in order to accurately gather information for inspections, accident investigations, and for training purposes. TSA, Dept. of Homeland Security. Security Officer. March 2003-Aug 2007 40+ hrs/week * Screen passengers and baggage using state of the art x-ray and detection systems to ensure the safety of air travelers. * Worked as File Management Clerk with TSA administration installing National Archives filing system for all the departments at Bradley’s Administration headquarters. Assisted with logistics operations and any other office tasks that need to be completed. Six-month temporary duty assignment. * Used the Performance Management Information System for accurate entry of a variety of performance metrics to meet Congressional reporting mandates. * Collateral duty as an On-the Job Training Monitor. Assist and teach new hire officers in proper security techniques and procedures. Review SOP with new officers before they enter the operational areas of the airport. Observe new hires and comment on all actions taken during the workday. This includes searching passengers and their baggage. * Serve on our Outreach committee. Our mission goal is to communicate TSA procedures, ideals, and goals to the traveling and general public to make traveling more comfortable and efficient for the passengers. Contact groups within desired demographics and set dates for presentations along with Q&A sessions. Learn skills necessary to give presentations to various groups. Meet with committee to build baseline rules and procedures. Went to school from 2001-2002 to earn history degree. From 2002-2003(TSA hiring) I was working a variety of part-time jobs and searching for a full time position. EAS LABORATORIES, Chemist, Lab Technician. Oct 1998-Oct 2001 40+hrs/week * Run multiple lab procedures for various analyses and determine priority of testing requirements. Coordinated work with all of the chemists there, as often, completion of their work would depend on the results of mine. * Run multiple procedures concurrently to meet different scheduling priorities. Some procedures would take overnight, while others twenty minutes, some a week, and others several hours. * Coordinated procedures with rush samples from clients and testing procedures that had to be completed to meet EPA or state DEP requirements. * Entered completed results in online database to generate client reports. * Wrote technical procedures for new analysis machine obtained by the laboratory using a combination of new information and formerly used older procedures. * Worked closely with the supply manager to ensure stocking of proper supplies and equipment for the trace metals department. Was instrumental in persuading the laboratory manager to purchase a more efficient testing machine, which processed samples for testing at a much faster speed and lower cost. * Ensured that all chain-of-custody regulations were followed for all samples processed by the department. CIGNA HEALTHCARE, Benefit Analyst. Managed Care Health Insurance. Sept 1997 –Oct 1998 40+ hrs/week * Mastered the complexities of managed care health insurance. Had the opportunity to learn healthcare laws and regulations for several states as well as federal rules and internal processing guidelines. * Volunteered to assist with customer service and was successful in solving several difficult problems for Cigna’s customers. This involved researching complex questions from customers concerning incorrectly processed claims. * Had the authority to release claims up to a value of one thousand dollars and was required to process a certain number per hour while meeting Cigna’s standards for accuracy. Met and exceeded those standards. AWARDS: Scholarship: Bernard H. McCusker Scholarship Scholarship: Connecticut Scholastic Achievement Grant Program INTERESTS: Running, chess, collecting coins, computers, history Volunteered at the Dinosaur State Park in Rocky Hill CT for 4 years. Volunteered at Connecticut River Museum in Essex CT for 1 year. 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Meriden, Connecticut, United States
Dara G. Lewis - Freelance Digital Art & Animal Illustration
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4.0
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$30
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Work Experience Freelance Concept Artist and Illustrator 6/2012 - Present Designs concepts and illustrates for clients within the role playing game and video game industry. Both working with the client to help figure out what is best for the project and illustrating what the client most needs for the project they are hiring for. University of Buffalo 11/2012 - 1/2013 Resident Artist Made new large scale multimedia drawings for the Noncommittal show at the University within record time. Show was one of the most attended of the night, despite other more popular artists showing in the same building and around Buffalo. Adele Henderson, Professor of Print Media 5/2012 - 12/2012 Artist’s Assistant Prepared the basic grunt work of all fine art projects Adele made and showed, including hand carving a large scale relief-print block for a local steamroller printing event. University of Buffalo Print Media Lab 1/2012 - 5/2012 Large Format Digital Printer Helped run the “BAP” print ship which provides small and large format digital print solutions for the fine art students and college clubs. Worked through a variety of file formats and problems using both Adobe Acrobat Pro and Photoshop to preflight, soft-proof, and print. Western New York Book Arts Collaborative 6/2011 - 9/2011 Intern/Analogue Printer Along with basic janitorial duties, other responsibilities included upkeep of library records, recording and mailing product orders, printing for clients, sorting type drawers, keeping the paper supply in order, cleaning up printer aquisitions, and assisting in workshops for the public. Niagara County Community College 2/2011 Workshop Assistant During the combat papermakers’ block printing workshop offered to the fine arts students of NCCC, assisted artist Hyoung Shin with teaching college students how to carve linolium and use the etching press for printing. Education and Training Bachelors of Fine Arts University of Buffalo, Amherst, NY Website Portfolio: www.Daragildner.com Training and Development Workshops Cartooning Workshop Creating Concept Art at GenCon Indy 2013 Self Publishing at GenCon Indy 2013 Chris Oatley Artcast 2013 Noah Bradley Artcast 2013 Building Communities at the SGC International Conference 2012
Brownsburg, Indiana, United States
Ray Callicoat - Freelance Website Design & Caricature Art
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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I have 35 years experience in drawing, creating artwork from custom children book illustration, comic strips, cartooning from simplistic hilarious characterization to complex comic book work and fantasy illustration. I have worked in graphic design fields as well for business in logo creation, themes, campaign design and layout, as well as working with the software for website creation. I am versatile yet dedicated to keeping the theme for one project while inputting many ideas for a unique flair that is designed to stand out to grab and draw attention. Much of my work can be seen at http://www.freewebs.com/nuclearrockcity
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