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    Question Graphic design portfolio help

    Hi i have an interview this friday for a HNC in graphic design, they told me to bring along any work, sketchbooks and a portfolio of my work. All the work i did in school was either sent off the the exam board(now destroyed) or my school put it in the bin!!

    Just looking for some general advice on what to take to the interview?!?

    any help would be great!

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    i dont know about graphic design, but i would say any work that you've done really. sketches, marker renders (i'm guessing you have a lot of these, as your applying for graphic design) maybe some life drawing too. a bit of digital (not too much though)

    basically, grab like 20 of your best pieces and mount them up onto A3 or A2 black paper (i recomend A3, its alot easyer to carry) and then put it them into an A3 polytheane pocket folder. that will make it look very nicley presented. which will impress them. and also make it easy to view your work, rather than a load of loose work.
    if you just dump it into a bag or something, it'll reflect your attitude towards art (in their eyes only of course)

    good luck. basically you just need to show potential to learn in their course and show that your commited to work and learn.




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    thanks for the info!

    anyone else like to contribute some advice??

    also i could use some new markers, mine are starting to look a little rough and dry(had them for a few years now :s ) anyone know where i could get some for a good price in the uk?

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