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The final revision on my Robot Maokai Splash!
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Clay bunnies I made as birthday gifts to my friends!
I wish I had a kiln so they could be properly fired though =(
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It was supposed to be just a warm up how did this take two hours |||orz
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A detailed sketch of the witch character in a scrapped story idea, “The Witch and The Knight”, for my Preproductions class.
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evolvingbeautifully said: Thank you so much! It makes me feel so much better hearing it from an actual student. I'm coming from Wisconsin, which is why I asked about housing. I don't know the area well. But I hear it's beautiful. I thought maybe that's where the bad reviews came from, but you can never be too sure. Do you by chance know anyone who majors in Advertising or Communications?
Wow, that is a long way from here. San Francisco is a very beautiful place, and the people here are very colorful and different, so it helps to have an open mind when you’re walking around the city. I don’t know anyone who majors in Advertising or Communications, but if that’s what you’re looking to do, you should be able to meet others going for the same major during freshman orientation since you’d be split up by majors when you get seated in the auditorium. Sorry I can’t speak much about housing, but my friends have met many nice people through the dorms, so I don’t think you’ll have too much trouble making friends that way.
evolvingbeautifully said: Thank you so much. :) First off, I was wondering if you genuinely like the school. I've read lots of bad reviews, and they make me very nervous. Second, do you stay on campus or commute? And lastly, do you think it's worth it? (If you can't answer these due to only doing two semesters, it's totally fine.)
Honestly, I love the school so far. The teachers are very honest and are professionals in the industry that they’re teaching for, and they are also willing to help you out as much as you’re willing to put in an effort. I think the bad reviews are mostly from people who come to the school thinking it would be an easy ride to a degree, but then find out too late that art isn’t as easy as they’d thought it was, and then get angry at the school for not doing well in class. The school also provides free workshops that you can go to for homework help and extra practice (I haven’t been to a workshop yet but I’ve heard good things from my friends who have). I live at home since I’m a San Francisco native, so I usually take the local transit, MUNI, to school, then switch to a campus shuttle to get to the specific building where my class is held. But if you decide to commute using BART, be prepared to have a plan B just in case there are any delays, but the teachers will usually understand because most of them take BART, too. Unfortunately, the campus shuttles are notorious for being consistently late, so you need to factor that in when you’re heading for class. Overall I think it is worth paying to go to this school, even though of course I would love if they could lower the tuition since it’s a pretty steep price, but that comes with all art schools I guess. If you need me to clarify anything don’t hesitate to ask!
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