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I'm a senior in high school, so I don't really feel like I've had enough teaching yet. I'd like to get a good grounding in foundation courses instead of skipping stuff.
I don't really want to skip any classes, even with my good AP scores. wanna get my sklls rebuilt from the ground up, its always good to learn the basics again.
I'm not saying this to discourage anyone, but as a prospective student, I'm concerned about stuff like this, so I thought you guys might like to know. The average student debt for Ringling graduates...
I'm turning in the paperwork sept 1. The portfolio will come later....much later. *laughs*
Aww, if only this were a perfect world. Perhaps then we wouldn't have such troubles. I hope a solution presents itself to you votreMEDIA. I don't think anything I could say would help, so just...
I have a friend with a similar problem, but as long as it's what you really want to do, then you can overcome any future debt. (that's what I keep telling myself)
Yeah, your portfolio is like *head explodes* er, wait there's an emoticon for that. Yeah, your portfolio is like :xpld:
I kind of like that its all spaced out, I like to go for walks. Its a sort of meditation for me. Its good for exercise too!
Not a problem!
I'm gonna be 18, and straight out of high school! I've been too eager to go to college. Yay learning! (I'm a nerd)
^It seems like a good idea to me as well. More convenient and such.....but thats just me.
Wee, thanks, this should pacify my mumsie.
On another note, while I think my portfolio might be strong enough to get in combined with my academic stuff, I don't think its anywhere near good...
5coop, you could get your family to do some poses for you, I get my sister to model for me on occasion. Do some hand, feet, drapery stuff. Ooh, better idea, whenever your parents, sister, brother,...
Woot! If it didn't show up soon I was about to make this thread myself!
Yup I'm hopin to get in as an illustration major. I'm crammin in some direct observation as I speak. I'm also gonna hit...
I personally like the tree there, it adds to the flowing organic scheme he has for that particular piece.
But then again the one who will ultimately decide is Anville, so whatever, that was my 2...
As a hardcore Batman fan, I have to say that the Harley Quinn cover is my favorite.
As an unbaised person, I'd still say it's my favorite, I like the interesting angle, as well as that look on her...
Is that one near the bottom Cloud?
'cause if not, then he sure looks a hell of a lot like him.
Of all of them my favorite is definitely the breakdancing crew as well.
The trilogy is excellent. I had a dorkgasm everytime I turned the page.
Yeah, pencils weren't done by him, I'm just defending his abilities.
And they re-released them into three hardbound books, which is what I meant by trilogy.
I don't know about that....I've always liked his stuff, and to my knowledge he only uses references for the establishing shots. I've seen a lot of the stuff he does for DC and it all seems rather...
Definitely going to emphasize a few:
LOTR trilogy- nuff said really, it was amazing. Get a hold on the Exetnded set though, the behind the scenes stuff is a real eye opener, I can never get...
^ Yeah, I'd say that's an art school myself.
Anyway, keep this thread goin, it's terribly useful!
First of all don't EVER call me a mysogynist. I find that exceedingly offensive. I don't hate women, I hate pompous, arrogant, people who have an over-inflated sense of self-worth.
Second of all...
I'm not quite sure where you're pulling "mediocre" out of, in all probability, it's your ass, but nonetheless you're still being incredibly unrealistic.
And, if what your saying is to be...
Don't be petty, you know the way you stated your response it made it sound like I insinuated the fact that reviewers should be like that.
If you're not going to come back with a valid supportive...
No problem, it was a pleasure to be of service!