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    Talking nice~!!

    [FONT=Arial]yes, yes, yes! im joining the art center clan!

    glad to have found this thread! its been hella helpful...(at least for advice on AC)...

    anyways, go art center!! woohoo!

    ok, so im an ad major starting in the spring. does ANYONE know anything about this major at ACCD? i cant find ANYTHING on the forums about adv. here.

    can u guys give me advice or...anything? or du know of anyone in the ad prog? thanx!
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    hm, how do i put this nicely..

    if you are ad, what are you doing in this forum?
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    oh

    oh, im sorry. i could not find any forums on ad (art) schools on the net...adv design is not a very popular major. perhaps you may know of any other forums? this site was the closest thing i found to getting some kinda info on AC and adv. guess i was wrong...
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    Just ran across this thread. Since I go to Art Center, thought I'd put my 2¢ in!
    I am in the Product Design program with emphasis on Entertainment.

    Love the school. I'm going to chime in on some stuff already noted throughout. There are 3 semesters a year, and you can go straight through, but I'd definitely suggest taking a semester off once in a while. I went through 3 semesters before taking my first break. I was super burned out at the end of 3 semesters. I'm getting ready to go back in January for my 4th semester—can't wait to get back there (so taking the term off helped!).

    As far as scholarships, I think it probably is better to try and get it before starting school. I got a small one (nothing to sneeze at, but I need more!) and have reapplied for more every term. Haven't gotten any additional yet.

    As for future semesters, I may cut down to 4 classes per semester, especially with studio intense classes. It will take a little longer to finish, but it's worth the money if you can really take the time to do the best while there. It seems at times that there is more work than you can handle. Of course it also depends on the person and how good you are at time management! But that gets better as you go (sink or swim!).

    That's all for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fallingh2o
    oh, im sorry. i could not find any forums on ad (art) schools on the net...adv design is not a very popular major. perhaps you may know of any other forums? this site was the closest thing i found to getting some kinda info on AC and adv. guess i was wrong...
    lol, sorry for being an ass. was just taken aback when you mentioned being an ad major. not like lotta people post ad layouts and such on this site yknow
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    Quote Originally Posted by poly_cube
    When should the noobs for spring start to see the class schedules and such?
    The Spring courses should be listed on Campusweb by this Friday.
    https://secure.artcenter.edu/cgi-bin...S.SCHED.SEARCH

    Notice: Datalog's course descriptions are more concise and up to date than Campusweb. Check it.
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    Maybe this is old news to you guys but this is the first I've heard of it --
    "Car Design Program Planned for California's Art Center"
    http://wardsauto.com/ar/auto_cardesi...duate_program/

    Looking ahead, which classes would you recommend just to build on model shop skills? Development of Form, Environmental Design, Model Construction??
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    class schedule for spring 2005

    hi guys...
    i just got my class schedule and need some advice on the instructors
    digital design - Shepard,L (ill prob try to waive this class)
    Analysis of form - Strickland M
    Head Paitning - Luce D
    Des2 - Nguyen J
    Comp & Painting - Schaefer A

    i would prob like to try n get the best instructors for analysis of form, head painting and comp and painting..the other classes dont seem as crucial to me
    would appreciate some advice from the later termers : ))
    thanx
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    are you 2nd term? or did waive all the 1st term classes..

    definitely madden for analysis, your other instructors luce and schaefer are good. lucked out there.

    ross for des2 if u dont want as much work. nguyen and claypool assign more work afaik and do a lot of work on computer, which means u need a decent comp + printer. ross is all acrylic.
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    schedule

    thanx for the advice
    im first term right now, second term in spring.
    didnt get to or want to transfer any studio classes
    but dying to transfer more academics : ))
    im trying to waive digital design any ideas on what to substitute it with?
    i wanted to try to get into viscomm2 but doesnt seem likely since im illustration...thanx in advance
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    doesn't matter if u are illu and u want in viscom2. u just need to add it, and get the purple sheet from scott if it's full... if u cant get purple sheet and its full wait a week or two and usually people will drop and make space
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    Anyone who wants to get into Viscomm 2, be prepared to fight tooth and nail for it. Everyone and thier mother wants in. I went to comic-con, tracked down scott, and had him sign my sheet for me..

    ..then I appologized to him for being so creepy.
    "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed, The world in arms is not a way of life at all, in any true sense. Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from an iron cross."

    ...I have a sketchbook?
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    Question Logistics

    I'm starting at Art Center (Trans/Ent) in January, coming out of Pratt with a BID. I've got some general questions if some current students wouldn't mind answering them.

    1. Who's the most popular private lender (ie:citibank, salli mae, etc.)?
    2. Where are the best placs to live. I'm not worried about the
    neighborhood, just cost effectiveness($500-650) and proximity to school?
    3. Do you know anyone on the trans track that isn't a gearhead?
    4. Who are the best Ent/Illus instructors, what do they teach?
    5. How much money do you spend annually if enrolled all three terms, are
    the projections in the award letter accurate?
    6. From what I saw when visiting, it seems that the social scene is dead, at
    least on campus, are there any groups that meet to relax and pool ideas?
    7. Any red tape or potential hang-ups to be on the look out for?
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