Nothing wrong with your art at all. You have a very dynamic style that i really enjoy.
You have great energy…
The one thing i would say is you need more sequential in your portfolio, out of the 20 images on your side…only 4 are sequential. the rest are covers and pin ups, which are great, dont get me wrong are beautiful, but editors needs to see you can tell a story from page to page…
I saw a interview with Joe Quesada who said that a portfolio show be no more than 12 pages.
9 pages of sseqentials and no more than three covers.
Within those 9 pages you need to cover your bases “across” companies because if you have a portfolio review with Marvel, they dont juts wanna see DC sames, so he said.
Out of those 9 pages tell 3 different 3 pages stories.
Do a 3 page team book, so if you did an x men one, the next should be a DC property say Batman skulking around roof tops on his own. that will show you can do action in the first and tell a quiet story, then for the third 3 pages have a 3 pages story of people doing everyday day things like having a chat.
They want to see you can take a mundane situation and make it look visually interesting.
Also, i’d go obscure with your character choices in your stories.
If you were an editor and you were spending a two day con going through portfolios and doing reviews…
How many X men or Batman samples do you think they see in a day?
i’d say hundreds…
Your job is to stand out, so do some research and go for obscure choices like Power Pack instead of X Men.
The Creeper instead of Bat man, because…say after the review an editor tells you to keep in touch…he is going to remember you more because you stood out.
“Hi, Mr Editor, Hopefully you remember me, you have me your card at XXXX and told me to send you more samples, i was the guy that did the Creeper Pages”
Will stand out more than…
“Hi, Mr Editor, Hopefully you remember me, you have me your card at XXXX and told me to send you more samples, i was the guy that did the Batman Pages”
Also, only show your best pages and don’t hide your weaknesses…editors are blood hounds…if you can’t draw feet and you keep hiding them behind rocks and cars, they’ll spot that instantly!
Hopefully that helps, buddy?