Thankyou. Very helpful replies so far.
I'm just paranoid about what they would expect me to know already and what they would expect me to not know. I do have a year to learn what i can about an array of things so that is a relief. I was in an art class for the majority of high school but it was never really hands on learning. The majority of it was a free-for-all with not tons of structure or time devoted to learning. Not to say it wasnt nice and understood how difficult it is in a high school environment, but still- Everyone was just kind of left to their own devices.
Hmm.. and would you all consider a year of learning about colors, bodily structures, and a more in depth look at painting (im not versed in it really) to be cramming? The idea feels like cramming to me, but im not quite sure if it is. I think i am just a bit stressed out and not realizing that i can learn what i need to learn and then devote the time to developing it from there.
I'm also severely happy i joined up on here. If im struggling then there is a definite place to end up for help and thats great. Oh im such a dork about neat places following a guideline.. it makes me all mushy for whatever reason.
-What is so captivating about how elusive we all are inside and in so many ways? Is it just that in itself? It is quite possibly the rush of figuring another's fickle mind and body out.. but do we not base our attraction on what we know?-