Wow! I can't believe i last commented in April! Sorry about that.
I'll start by saying your comics are coming along so much in the last couple of pages, you handle action really well, though there is an inconsistency sometimes for example one panel will have lots of movement lines and the next one won't have any. Though this was more in the earlier comics you did, the later ones you have got more of a handle on the flow. I understand it's difficult with some scenes to find a balance and a flow of energy around the page with suitable places for the eye to rest, maybe have more splash pages or environments to set the scenes more before moving to the next bit of action? Have you read Transient Man by Coro Kaufman? I think I remember you saying you had but your style of storytelling kind of reminds me of him, he has a great sense of action (not to mention value and lighting and characters)
Your characters are great btw, you are getting much better at depcting one character over and over (something I find so difficult) Great use of perspective as well and making each panel look dynamic and interesting. The shading you're doing is getting better with each one too, I always get carried away with it and can ruin a good panel if I don't pay attention lol, I did read about a rule of shading that suggests having 50/50 black (or grey) and white in each panel so it balances out, I haven't tried it out myself yet but it might be useful
Anyway great business card too! Good luck with the freelance work and your caricatures are coming along very nicely especially the re-jig you did in post #923, don't be afraid to push those features, but don't forget that for each feature you exaggerate you must reduce another. i.e if you make someones nose huge and long then you must make the eyes tiny and bring them closer together to really emphasise the nose and eyes, otherwise like someone pointed out you're in danger of exaggerating everything and then you end up with a portrait with only a slightly bigger nose. I do it all the time it's so easy to forget. Your Angelina looks instantly recognisable btw! I love how you did her lips and eyes I would personally make her jaw line thinner and her chin smaller but that's just my opinion.
I'll stop writing this wall of text now and just say keep up the great work! and good luck finding jobs. I can't wait to get cracking on a comic with you which I'm starting as soon as I finish a Christmas present for my brother (I'm doing him as a Warhammer character )
p.s Really funny expressions sheet!!