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Resume page 1 by SeanMcNally Resume page 1 by SeanMcNally
The most awesome resume of all time. PART ONE
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:iconparidhie:
hi, Please send me this absolutely adorable resume template at rhythm.paridhie@gmail.com

I will look forward to it
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:iconkilzoth:
This resume is absolutely beautiful, is there any way you could send me the template?

RayThacher@gmail.com
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:icondllight1:
dnd styln on a resume nice!!!
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:iconalekto:
Awsome indeed.
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Mo-chan769 Jul 16, 2013  Student Filmographer
So, I looked up creatuve resumes for my portfolio class and I do really like yours.. though it's hard to read as a resume and seems directed at a very specific audience.
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:iconakudamas:
very awesome resume. mind sending me an editable template?

joelstone30@hotmail.com
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:iconpaddotk:
It's really cool, but I have to add it's lacking clarity as well.
Half of the resumé (such as STR/INT etc., and the 07.mm Pacer part, the games you like on the 2nd page) is redundant info, and though I understand this kind of resumé suits a game designer job opening perfectly, you can barely see the forest for the trees.

IMHO, it'd be better to leave some of the redundant 'game character' parts out of this, and re-position the rest so there is some space in between the separate parts/stats. It'll be easier to read, and hence not test the employer's patience.
Furthermore I'd recommend you to choose a different font than Times New Roman since this is heavily outdated and looks dull.

Also, unless certification in hospitality is a specific name for something a bit different than the name implies, I'm not sure you should put that in your resumé. For one, it's irrelevant to game design, and secondly, it almost seems like it implies you had a lack of hospitality at the time (which isn't a very positive aspect).

I do commend you for the creative approach!
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Nekoxity May 5, 2013   General Artist
You sir are awesome =P I would love to use something like this as my Print version of my resume (portfolio is website)
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putridCheese Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
How awesome is this!
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