Last edited by matttwithonet; October 30th, 2012 at 12:49 AM. Reason: deleted
You'll be fine. The proportions of your figures are a bit wonky, but your landscapes are very nice. Art schools, with a very few exceptions, really aren't that hard to get accepted into.
Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it. Yeah, I just recently started attending some figure drawing classes, I can't believe how much better of a learning tool life drawing is as opposed to copying something off of paper or the computer.
Its more about your work ethic, not your current skill level. A lot of people start late but can still make it, if they know what it takes and are committed.
I'm seeing alot of misinformation here. Ringling/SVA are hoity toity art schools they pick the top of the litter.
Like someone said above, your anatomy is abit wonky, attend some life drawing sessions. Read some andrew loomis and get cracking. I wish you luck!
Last edited by Dunnstar; October 26th, 2012 at 02:35 PM.
Whatever the percentages, I've been studying very hard the past year and plan on continuing to do so; I want to go to the best school I can to provide me with both the knowledge and inspiration necessary to be much, much better. I'm just curious if I stand a chance, at this point, in getting into a good program.
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