1 show your abil­ity to adapt to sto­ry­lines

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Any con­cept artist work­ing for film is de­sign­ing for the story, re­gard­less of their level of ex­pe­ri­ence. Ev­ery film is based on a nar­ra­tive that must be com­mu­ni­cated clearly, whether through a de­sign or de­fined by a key frame, and a fil­mori­ented port­fo­lio must show the abil­ity to adapt to sto­ry­lines. Make sure to show your sto­ry­telling abil­i­ties: usu­ally three or four keyframes can sell a plot point. Th­ese mo­ments should re­late to each other rather than be cho­sen from through­out the nar­ra­tive, since ex­hibit­ing one or two im­por­tant seg­ments is bet­ter than ran­domly choos­ing points.

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