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    make sure they are able to see your structural work.. the thought process and understanding is more important than your ability to render.


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    anyone interested in buying an Out of print copy of TARZAN CHRONICLES (the disney TARZAN artbook) for 100$ or best offer? the book is incredibly well kept, excellent condition, goes on amazon.ca for 200-400 used.

    email me at bradenpoirier@yahoo.com or PM if you're interested. LOCAL sheridan kids only baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryn View Post
    First off, have you tried calling the registrar's office at Sheridan? They deal with this kind of stuff all the time and will probably be your best bet, advice-wise, atm.
    I think the fastest way to pay fees but not do it in person is to fax in the fee form (they should have emailed you a pdf), or do it over the phone. But, this is speculative. Call Sheridan Registrar, explain the situation, ask them what the best option is for you atm. They are very helpful and don't bite.
    You'll have to wait until Monday morning to call though. :<
    Though, it is way, way overdue, thank you so much for your reply! 8)

    I got it all sorted out! Now, I just need to find a room, somewhere. D8

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    Hello everyone I'm applying to animation 2010, and i have a few quick questions:

    for storyboarding: all the examples online I've seen, they are all done on 4 panel storyboard template, where can i get those? i've done my story board just on just a 8.5 x 11 paper, will sheridan not accept my portfolio if its not done on the 4 panel storyboard?

    also let me get this straight, i have to APPLY to ontariocolleges by feb 1, but do i HAVE to send in my portfolio by that date as well? or is it you apply first, and submit portfolio later like during march?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visona View Post
    Hello everyone I'm applying to animation 2010, and i have a few quick questions:

    for storyboarding: all the examples online I've seen, they are all done on 4 panel storyboard template, where can i get those? i've done my story board just on just a 8.5 x 11 paper, will sheridan not accept my portfolio if its not done on the 4 panel storyboard?

    also let me get this straight, i have to APPLY to ontariocolleges by feb 1, but do i HAVE to send in my portfolio by that date as well? or is it you apply first, and submit portfolio later like during march?
    Hey, I applied for next year's animation too Maybe I can help a little...

    For the storyboard, they will provide it for you. Usually after you've applied, they will send you a mail with your username and password so you can log in into their portal, where you can see you application status and all the requirements needed. That's where you'll get the storyboard (you download it) and all the applicant information.

    As for the application, since I'm an international student, I don't apply through ontariocolleges, so I don't know much. But for me, I didn't submit the portfolio right away. I applied first, then will submit it later on the first week of March.

    Hope that helps

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    Hey guys! I've been lurking around this Sheridan thread for ages, but I've never gathered enough courage to post something...

    After both of my Illustration and Animation portfolios were utterly rejected in March 2009, I've decided to give in and have a go at the Art Fundamentals program. Now that my first semester is through, I'm actually glad that I was rejected and that I went for Fundies instead. This year, I was asked to be a volunteer (hourly pay!) in the Open House for the Fundies program, where I was able to draw from a professional model that dressed as a cowboy and a chef for 4 whole hours. I think Animation students need to wait until they're in third year to have this grand opportunity (I don't remember which year in Illustration). A few of my assignments were also displayed in the corridors among other talented students in our program, which was a neat experience. Looking at my works while walking back and forth from class to class made me realize how much work I still need to do!!

    In my opinion, the program is as useless as you make it out to be. Don't depend on the curriculum and professors alone, ask them to review your portfolio and your assignments outside of the classroom! The true magic begins when you work the extra mile.

    I still have another semester left and it only gets better from there! I can't wait! I have a good feeling for this year's portfolio review compared to my last one.

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    How long does the language assessment have to be (if they assign a length at all), and how many topics did you have to choose from? I spoke with somebody in one of the offices, and it's apparently supposed to be really short? I have to do it tomorrow, but I also have very important plans on the same day, so I'm just trying to think of how much time I might need to write it.

    And while I'm preeeeeeetty sure it was mentioned and discussed in the thread earlier, I don't remember the exact details, but I had a question about applying to Illustration, as well. I don't have University English, and I think somebody else was in the same boat, but was it possible to just take a test or a small course, or something to make up for it?

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    In my opinion, the program is as useless as you make it out to be. Don't depend on the curriculum and professors alone, ask them to review your portfolio and your assignments outside of the classroom! The true magic begins when you work the extra mile.
    cool,
    Be sure to keep that thought close even once you get into your program of choice, and during. It's a good philosophy.

    I don't have University English, and I think somebody else was in the same boat, but was it possible to just take a test or a small course, or something to make up for it?
    Not that this is a very serious answer, but you you could take art fundamentals.

    I'd suggest just contacting the registrar to see if there's anything you could do to make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm Serenade View Post
    And while I'm preeeeeeetty sure it was mentioned and discussed in the thread earlier, I don't remember the exact details, but I had a question about applying to Illustration, as well. I don't have University English, and I think somebody else was in the same boat, but was it possible to just take a test or a small course, or something to make up for it?
    I'm a little confused here, but I'm going to try to help you out anyway! I was in Nova Scotia for high school so we have different names for course denotations, forgive me if I'm totally off base here.

    When you say 'university english' do you mean, a grade 12 high school english course? Or do you actually mean a general english 101 type course from a university? Because you don't need a university level english to get into illustration (you have to a university level in 1st year). You also are not required to take a language assessment to get into Illustration.

    I hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryn View Post
    I'm a little confused here, but I'm going to try to help you out anyway! I was in Nova Scotia for high school so we have different names for course denotations, forgive me if I'm totally off base here.

    When you say 'university english' do you mean, a grade 12 high school english course? Or do you actually mean a general english 101 type course from a university? Because you don't need a university level english to get into illustration (you have to a university level in 1st year). You also are not required to take a language assessment to get into Illustration.

    I hope that helps.
    Oh right, I forgot about different provinces having different names, my bad. You're not off-base at all! Yes, I meant an English from a grade 12 course.

    From the Admission Requirements page:

    "Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including these required courses:

    * English, Grade 12 (ENG4U)"

    The U designates University. What I have is ENG4C, for college level, but I'm going to be taking Art Fundamentals, so I was wondering if I could use that year in place of having the English. Hope that clears things up a bit. But yeah, I'll definitely talk to somebody in the offices. Thanks a lot! 8D

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    Storyboard sheet in letter size

    Visona:
    Hello everyone I'm applying to animation 2010, and i have a few quick questions:

    for storyboarding: all the examples online I've seen, they are all done on 4 panel storyboard template, where can i get those?
    Hi everyone, I have the Sheridan storyboard sheet at my website, look for the button,
    with the pencil and the camera/ click/ first button top corner left FREEBEES.

    I took one sheet and I it up to letter size,.....

    I am doing my Portfolio here and it's great, http://portfolioworkshop.com/

    Gerard Sternik and Vince Peets are the founders of this workshop
    and they are Registered Users in here, you can refer
    to me if they ask you !!

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    hi everyone
    iam wondering how to register for the "mail in" option for portfolio assessment?
    the options i see are Feb 26, March 1,2,3,4 on the registration page, but i don't see "mail in" option : (

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    Hey everyone, I'm applying to 2010 Animation too

    Just a few quick questions about storyboarding- the requirements say that we need to use a character that Sheridan provides to us. I remember that someone said that they would send us an e-mail with a link to the resources once we registered.

    I've already registered more than a week ago and paid my fees, so when should I get this message?

    Thanks!

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    They'll send you a letter in the mail with a username and password. You use that to log into Access Sheridan on their website, and that's where you download the portfolio requirements, including the provided characters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xshay12000x View Post
    hi everyone
    iam wondering how to register for the "mail in" option for portfolio assessment?
    the options i see are Feb 26, March 1,2,3,4 on the registration page, but i don't see "mail in" option : (
    You're going into Animation, right? I'm taking illustration and the portfolio assessments days listed for me are on either March 5th or 6th.

    Just making suuuuuuuure, thanks.

    Good luck on portfolios, everyone!

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