The most rewarding feedback and artist can get is a one-on-one session with an Art Director who can look at your work and give you specific advice about your career and what your next steps should be to move towards your art goals. If you're not sure what your goals are, a portfolio review can even act as a coaching session. An Art Director can evaluate your work and match it against years of industry knowledge to point you in the direction of where your style and skill level will fit.
A portfolio review is traditionally given in person at conventions and professional events, where lines can stretch for hours. Unfortunately many artists can't get themselves in front of an Art Director for a review. One of our most frequent questions on DearAD is "How do I get a review from an Art Director?"
Luckily one of the Drawn + Drafted founding Art Directors is pioneering a new system to make portfolio reviews accessible online. Zoë Robinson has over a decade of Art Direction experience, and while her specialty is Fantasy art and the Gaming Industry, she is a great resource for artists of all types.