a few comments that come to mind:
– the high-tech look is probably not the best for freelance customers, although it does depend what your freelance work would entail (which brings me to the next comment)
– i’m not sure from visiting your site as to what i would hire you to do – commercials? design? something else? it’d be good to get that sort of thing out there on the home page or at least create a services-esque section for visitors to learn what you can help them with
– the galleries are very hard to navigate (you did say you were working on them, but i don’t mean from a not-working standpoint here) – i would definitely do thumbnails instead of text links, as i lost interest in clicking after about 2 pictures…with thumbnails i would definitely look around more
– back to the first comment – your site should reflect your expertise that you are trying to get freelance work doing. if you are an expert 3-d renderer, then the design should showcase that…
– from a usability standpoint, you should always give the user’s eye a place to quickly land and you should try to avoid large blocks of white text on a dark bg – when i hit your home page, i don’t know what to do…announcements are very prominently featured, but i wouldn’t imagine that i’d get much from those for a freelancer (that’s more of a big company style section)…so i’m back to not knowing where to go or how to learn more about you to decide if i want to hire you or not for my project
just a few thoughts – hope that helps!