My Online Drawing Portfolio
One day I woke up and wanted a public online repository of my drawings, instead of having them stowed away in a folder, in a box, in a basement. So, art.robingather.com was born.
I like minimal designs and using one is especially important if your website has high-design content which you want the user’s eye to be drawn to.
If I decorate my drawings website with fancy graphics, icons, and colors, it would only distract from the drawings, and therefore from the purpose of the site.
screenshot of the website
Open for Commissions
On the contact page you have two options for contacting me about commissions: email and the contact form. Both formats are used all over the web and everyone understands how to use them, compared to fancy submission forms.
This ease of use is important because my target audience for the website consists of older people who have the money to spend on a drawing commission.