Hello everyone! I'm new to this forum (just created my account today) and I'm seeking advice for my current portfolio which is still a work in progress. I'm a senior and high school and have been recently accepted into SCAD. The requirements are 10-20 pieces of artwork and my goal is to produce at least 15 strong pieces. Is there anything here that I should eliminate from my portfolio that would detract from the quality? SCAD doesn't require a portfolio, but I'm submitting one for a chance at the artistic scholarships. I've received a $10,000 Academic scholarship, but need as much money as I can receive to pay for school since it's so expensive. I believe submitting at least 15 pieces will give me a better chance at receiving a higher scholarship. I know there are several things I need to improve on and I admit that I'm a bit nervous about posting on this forum, haha.
NOTE: The "eyeball hallway" piece is still WIP. I'm also iffy about adding the last piece in my portfolio since it resembles anime.