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At Seneca that is, I would've put it in the title but it wouldn't fit. I also applied for the Visual and Digital Arts at Humber: are there any admission tests for that?
Its two weeks from now for me, and I'm incredibly nervous considering how I haven't had drawn in over two years. I applied for this in hopes of fixing up a portfolio for myself,to start drawing again, and hopefully ending up in digital arts. So can anyone shed some light?
Last edited by arreat89; February 15th, 2008 at 12:33 PM.
I'm curious..are you sure there's a drawing test for art fundamentals?
I've never heard of that before..
I know there's a drawing test at the animation orientation.
If it's for the animation orientation, there have been in the past 2 drawings to make at the orientation for their drawing test.
1. drawing of your hand
2. perspective drawing
Hope that helps.
Animation Portfolio Workshop
Last edited by Gerard Sternik; February 15th, 2008 at 01:09 PM. Reason: edit text
You...haven't drawn in over two yrs but are applying to art school? You think maybe one should come before the other? You've got two weeks, I suggest drawing a ton of still life, human gestures and architecture b/c that's what would make up just about any test on drawing.
Last edited by arreat89; February 25th, 2008 at 01:05 PM.
Well, i just mean that I wouldn't go to art school if I wasn't passionate about art already. Lucky for you, there isn't as much drawing in most graphic design programs.
I've never heard of "Art Fundamentals" before, but it sounds basic. Is this a test to get in, or a test to see what level you're at (used by the profs)?