they send out acceptances the 31st. According to the Program coordinator. I also asked about how many illustration applicants were there and he said 600, but they expected 400 portfolios.
There are only 100 illustrations spots.
Ok, something strange happened to me when I got my portfolio back.I checked my portfolio and there was one drawing left inside my drawing test section and it was not suppose to be there. then I went back and handed it in.since that happened I have got so much stress.
Uhh, can it not be printed in color? I'm just wondering the same thing he's wondering, because when the black and white drawings are printed in color, there's a lot more visible tone than printing in "black". ._. I mean, we're not drawing them with bright colored pencil crayons or anything. ;_;
I totally forgot about this forum.
I just finished my animation evaluation at Sheridan too.
And uh, I know it's late but when they said that personal art must not exceed XX by XX, does it mean they won't evaluate it? Cause I put in 3 personal life drawings and they very much exceed the size restriction. However, I created a seperate thin case for ALL my figure drawings, in addition to my black case. Maybe they'll forgive me? I do know that they looked at the personal drawings because I see light crease marks from when they flipped pages.
And just out of curiosity, did a lot of you submit digital paintings in your personals? I read in the Personal Art blurb that digital media will not be reviewed. I wanted to submit one of my character vector-colour concepts along with the original lineart from my sketchbook but I was all paranoid over that statement in the blurb so I scrapped that idea. Did I read too much in that statement?
Also, I was quite surprised to see that some students brought figures to display on their animation desks. There's a high level of trust, I like that. o:
"Machines aren't capable of evil, humans make them that way." - Lucca Ashtear, Chrono Trigger
@Harpey - I submitted a digital painting as one of my personal pieces. I was led to believe that the "no digital media" meant nothing that had to be viewed on a computer. Even if I was informed wrong, the personal section is only worth 8 points in total and I have 4 other pieces to help. So, I'm not worried.
@Harpey: I also submitted one digital painting (actually, digital rework of a gouache painting) in the personal art section. Like Lamp, I took "no digital media" to mean no work would be viewed digitally (they proceed to talk about discs, slides, etc).
@ Raymond, I submitted mine in color. It should be fine. I think its kinda important for them to see the shades and values so I decided to print them in color.
@ Harpey , I included 2 digital drawings but they are from life.like I put them on my pc desk and painted them in photoshop. One was my self portrait painting and the other one was fruit painting. I think as long as you draw or paint from life, its acceptable.
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