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    Nice work, alex! Its interesting to see your style develop from the work I've seen you do from semester to semester =D I really have no crits, just I love that style

    Heroic, you seem to be in pretty good shape but don't stop drawing now you still have a month. Don't stop working on your portfolio until the day before you hand it in! The hands and figure studies are REALLY coming along nicely, those will go over well. Just what I've mentioned before-- submit a sketchbook if at all possible, just show what you do beyond the finished pieces, that you draw from life and draw often, that you draw your ideas and are creative and have a great base to allow the school to develop your skills.
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    Thanks guys,

    on another note, i don't know if i'll be able to do it anymore.. i have so many things to do lately, and it's getting worst and worst. I'd do it otherwise.


    I might have to drop it for now, i'll tell you guys if i'm still in.

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    Question about Animation portfolio. I talked to a guy in Animation and he said your portfolio should be all linework, no rendering. but, are they looking for clean linework, or something that shows a bit more action. For instance, where I have to draw the hands, one anticipating the action and the second doing the action, should I clean up the linework, or leave it a bit looser and sketchier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanby
    Question about Animation portfolio.

    are they looking for clean linework, or something that shows a bit more action.

    I think you just answered your own question.
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    So both?

    Clean linework then? And not something loose

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    I talked to a student also, and the same stuff was said, lots of Line work, low amount of Rendering.
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    Hi guys,

    I have a similiar question concerning the Animation portfolio. What do they mean by "freehand" drawings? Does that mean like just line and no shading? or do they mean like you can't use an eraser?

    If I scan a sample of my hand drawing would you be able to critique for me?

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    freehand usually just means no rulers..and no computer editing i guess...
    umm...maybe check out my sketchbook?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanby
    So both?
    Prolly more loose. You have to start loose first before you get into your clean lines no? I'd make it more lively instead of clean for animation.
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    I think I just realized what I was trying to ask If I start loose and gestural and then fine tune things a bit, I am wondering more if they want to see thse initial lines or if they want things tidied up. I dont want to hand something in and have them say it looks unfinished, because it has all my loose stuff underneath.

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    For animation can I hand a sketchbook in as one of my pieces? And if so, how do I submit it along with my sketchbook? If I do what is suggested and put everything in an 8.5 x 11 " portfolio then I can't put a sketchbook inside of that.

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    Haha im running into the same problem. I have 3 sketchbooks full and im wondering what i can hand in and what wont count.

    My art teacher said it should count.
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    Well from what I gather, it is encouraged, as they can seehow you work. But, unlike many other artschools, there is no actualy interview. And, from what I've been told, unless I am getting this wrong, it is good to hand in photocopies of work in something like those 8.5x11 portolfio books, with the sleaves, instead of bringing in a large portfolio case. But, if that is true I can't see it would be adviced to have them handed in seperately. You would need some way of including them in one package.

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