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Gabriela Hinojosa - Freelance Graphic Design & Business Card Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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Gabriela Hinojosa de Guajardo Email: gabbshi@gmail.com 1000 Ranchway Unit.73 Laredo, Texas Objective: A position as a Graphic Designer with a reputable organization. Skills Summary: -Bilingual in Spanish with excellent writing and communication skills -Workload management and organization skills, able to multi-task and prioritize in order to meet deadlines . -Experience...
Laredo, Texas, United States
Juan Floresvega - Freelance 3D Animation & Digital Art
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4.5
2 Skills
$17
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Juan Carlos Floresvega 3D Animator 210.845.7795 www.jcf3d.com email@jcf3d.com Objective: To work in a creative team environment that will allow me to expand my artistic and technical skills, while continually improving my knowledge of animation and production. Skills: Drawing Painting Sculpting Photography 3D - modeling, texturing, rigging, lighting &...
Laredo, Texas, United States
Gabriela Calderon - Freelance Drawing & Graphic Design
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4.0
2 Skills
$12
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I am a freelance artist who received a one of a kind education in Texas A&M International University under professors that constantly challenged us as individuals and artists. Besides my specialization in drawing and illustration, I am passionate for different art medias including photography, design, and printmaking - I constantly borrow aesthetic from these mediums and apply them to my other...
Laredo, Texas, United States
Luis E. Lazo - Freelance Software Design & Website Programming
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5.0
2 Skills
$30
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Hi there, my name is Luis E. Lazo. I have been a freelance programmer for around 9 years already. I hold a Masters in Software Engineering from Penn State University. I am also the owner and creator of RACsuccess.com (https://www.racsuccess.com) which is a company dedicated to help beginner and non-experienced freelancers. We basically have expert mentors on our website willing to help...
Laredo, Texas, United States
J. Ruiz - Freelance Spanish Translation & Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
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Knowledge seeking adventurer who has too many thoughts, ideas, and opinions on one to many subjects.
Laredo, Texas, United States
Raymond Masters - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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Laredo, Texas, United States
Lupita Mireles - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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Laredo, Texas, United States

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Debbie Summerlin - Freelance Photo Editing & Portrait Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$15
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I have been working online for many years as a Photo editor, retoucher for pageants.Two of my pageant retouches for glamour have been on Toddlers and Tiara's. My retouching service is done ONLINE-YOU PRINT! Website: http://www.summerlin5starcreations.com ** Photos turn out best if scanned @ 300 dpi My Services: * Natural or Glitz "Glamour" retouching * Background Removing or Changing * Image Editing * Blemish,wrinkle,scar removal * Image Enhancement for Print or Web * Portrait Retouching * Landscape Retouching * Change color to black and white * Photo collage or COMP card * Photo Restoration Other Highlights: Problem solver- online consultant/advisor, filling forms, typing resume's, retouching and editing photos for photographers, wedding photo editing, creating websites, drawing portraits, sending and recieving documents for businesses, emailing, posting banners for businesses, creating html for photos and banners for businesses, receptionist work, website administrator, writing short stories, Office assistant and more! I can do almost any type of work in a timely manner. *Available everyday from 9 am - 5 pm est.
Phenix City, Alabama, United States
Karen Kovach - Freelance Creative Writing & Art
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4.5
2 Skills
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There are words inside my head; I can feel them rattling around in there. They are trying to get in order and leak out of my brain through my fingertips to the keyboard. They want to splash across the page. Sometimes, if I stare at the blank page long enough, words just seem to materialize, and all I have to do is trace their outline with my pen. Like Vladimir Nebakov said once “the pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.” It’s true, sometimes it’s like that. But sometimes, the blank page just stares back at me. Like right now. My cursor is blinking at me, screaming for me to start to type, to DO something. In these instances I follow William Wordsworth’s advice: “fill your paper with the breathings of your heart,” and begin… I remember the first time I decided, firmly decided, that I wanted to write. I soaked up e.e cummings’ advice like a sponge. I wanted to do things with language that were new, exciting, and fresh. I still, on his authority, invent words that have never before seen the light of day, and likely never will. I read Natalie Goldburg, who explained the necessity of practicing your craft, of making it a daily ritual. She waxed poetic for a whole book about getting in touch with words, she explained that writing, like any activity you wish to do well, was something you must do often, whether you felt like it or not, that eventually it would pay off and become easier. With this in mind, I tried so very hard to write every day. I was desperately hoping that one day my pen would glide like hers did. It didn’t. My first assumption was that I might be doing something wrong, that I would never be writer. I was very angry. I didn’t understand what was going on. For the first time I was uncomfortable in my own skin. I dropped writing like an abusive boyfriend. I railed against Natalie, I hated her, hated her process, hated her ideas. I was convinced that there were other ways I could express myself, that writing wasn’t for me, that I had tried and failed so it was time to move along. I went back to a medium I was comfortable with. That I had grown with. I have always been more comfortable with the term artist. I have worked in many different media and done many bizarre things in pursuit of creative expression. Every now and again, I roll in paint, and then roll on the canvas. I smear paint with my fingers, I like to touch it and be a part of it. I don’t think when I paint. I don’t worry about what lines go where, what colours go with what. I just go. I trust my heart and my instincts to make the right choices. I sink into the darkness of myself and feel connected with my own mind. It’s not rational, it just is. I smear and slash at the canvas, I make love to it, and I weep over it. All the emotions in the human spectrum ooze out of me. It is a way of connecting with myself. It is my belief that no one chooses to be a writer. The words choose them. The inspiration chooses them. It strikes like wildfire and moves people to create beyond themselves. What led me to writing? I suppose I have always known. But, being stubborn, I attempted to ignore the burning corners of my mind, until one day, I was consumed. At my easel, words began to peek at me through the mist of a painted landscape, or in the shadow of an areola on a ****. Following my intuition, I traced those words, melded poet with paint. I became… more. I finally understood what Natalie Goldberg had been saying all along. It wasn’t about practice, it wasn’t about writing until your hand cramped. It was a process. It was about getting to know yourself, about finding your voice and being unafraid to use it. For her, these lessons came by writing every day, for me they came by making out with canvas and pigment on a regular basis. So what is my process? How do I write? Well those in and of themselves are perhaps some of the most loaded of loaded questions that I have ever really had to ponder. It begins with the impulse to write. I don’t mean the act of sitting at a computer and typing, or picking up a pen and writing, rather with the concept of it; the moment I put myself on a path that I had previously abandoned. For me, writing has become what painting and drawing have always been, but somehow more; it is an obsession, a way of explicating the abstractions that define the human experience. Beyond connecting with myself, it is my way of connecting with the world around me. The act of writing, of feeling moved to create something, is immense. It is important. It has become a natural function of my own being; a secret knowledge that I have stored within myself that moves me to do things in ways that no one else can. It is a journey, one that encompasses not only personal growth, but also one that fosters a community of culture and expression. My art, my craft, and my writing are my own. I do it for me, and yet I do it for others as well; to be able to share with the world the texture of my own mind. This is a tricky thing. It requires patience, bravery, and honesty. But most of all it requires a journey. I seek not to establish my limits, but to push past them. What is my process? How do I write? Sometimes the most complex of questions have the simplest and most evocative of answers: Just put one word after another, and never forget to breathe.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Julie Valdez - Freelance Graphic Design & Photo Editing
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4.5
2 Skills
$55
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WORK EXPERIENCE Hornall Anderson, Senior Digital Production Artist, Seattle, WA (07 – 13) – Within a high-pressure, fast-paced environment, I was responsible for collaborating with project teams to produce mechanicals accurately and which fulfilled design intent. Projects included packaging, environmental, photo retouching and collateral. Clients included Pepsi (Frito Lay, Tropicana and Quaker packaging and process development), Starbucks (Starbucks, Seattle’s Best, Evolution Fresh packaging), HTC (Powerpoint informational / training decks and process development) and T-Mobile (OOH for the NBA, including stadium build-outs and building graphics). As the Senior Digital Production Artist, I was also responsible for the following: • leading the production teams on large projects • working with the production and production design staffs to keep skills and knowledge current • troubleshooting innovative print techniques and software • researching software upgrades and production industry trends • maintaining, refining and promoting best practices for all aspects of print workflow, company-wide • interviewing, training and mentoring freelancers and new hires in quality practices for production • working with the production management staff to determine budget hours for jobs Freelance graphic design and production, Seattle, WA (05-09) – Clients included Nintendo, Microsoft MSN, Kirkland Performance Center, The Parlor Billiards & Spirits, the Bellevue Philharmonic, Paula’s Choice cosmetics, Golden Lasso, Blackfish Creative (Portland, OR), Arndt Organization, Juanita Bay Dentistry, the Northwest Women’s Pool Association and Emerald City Cue Repair. SGW Creative, Print Production Lead, Mercer Island, WA (04-05) – SGW focused exclusively on property marketing. I was responsible for the production of advertising, identity, collateral and environmental materials. Freelance graphic design (00 to 04) – Clients included Nike ACG, Blackfish Creative, LandAmerica, Market Place Design, Entrées Inc., Cedrus Technologies and the Northwest Women’s Pool Association. Riley Weiss (Formerly known as Blackfish Creative), Production Manager, Portland, OR (97-00) – Assisted the principal / creative director with the design and digital production of all projects, including identity, brochures, packaging, collateral, POP and tradeshow graphics. I worked with the principal to keep production techniques and design strategy within scoped budget. This also entailed reviewing, selecting and managing outside vendors, as well as press checks. 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Mountlake Terrace, Washington, United States