Character designs (min. 8 different characters):
These drawings must show characters of your own original design. We would like to see a range of variety in styles; graphic as well as 3-dimensional drawings. They ought to vary in personality as well. The drawings should be done in colour.
Background drawings (min. 3 indoor and 3 outdoor):
These drawings can range from concept sketches to finished background layouts, representing a location where a scene of action/acting could take place. Consideration of the situation which will/could take place is recommended. The drawings should be done in colour.
Storytelling (min. 5 panels/drawings):
Make a sequence of drawings that visually tells a story or a sequence of events. Consider staging, camera angle and posing of the character to tell the story.
Life drawings (min. 8 drawings):
The drawings should show proper anatomy, size proportions, understanding of shape, body dynamics and weight of the figure.
Perspective (min. 4 drawings):
Drawings of buildings, landscapes and/or objects, demonstrating an understanding of perspective.
Freestyle (min. 8 drawings):
Submit some of your best, most interesting and imaginative drawings, showing us your favourite drawing style/styles
Letter of Intention:
Please write a brief description about why you would like to study Computer Graphic Art: What are your influences and inspirations? What are your ambitions for the future work? What are your favourite stories, films and/or games and why? List any related work or educations you have been involved in.
If you have done some relevant work, please submit a show reel on a DVD, CD, flash stick or website – however, please double check that they work! If your work is not viewable, we will disregard this part of your portfolio.