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April 27, 2009

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still waiting

What episode, what art school, What portfolio?
The link is dead!

Josie

the link doesnt work. ):

Kristin Frederickson

zomg i wanna see it! fix the link lol
ps i just got into art school :)

Amanda

I know, right!

Olga (Janna, Yanna, Crazy Cat Girl)

fix it damn it!

Avee

the link is fiine it just doesnt work because it has an extra http// on it so delete it on your adress bar

if you have no clue what im saying, just copy and past this link

http://www.cutewithchris.com/amandaart.html

RosieMcEvil

God, no wunder, she didnt get in....thats the kinda thing i out out for the trash

francesca

she's talented!

Rhonna

I don't about art school, costume design might be a better outlet for your talents. Imagine working on the costumes for LOTR? Interior design perhaps?

egyptchik

Unlike the cat lady, or the man who exposed his ball(s),it's really not that bad Amanda.I encourage you.

Olga (Janna, Yanna, Crazy Cat Girl)

Ok, ummm. no offense, but, I was drawin this kind of stuff in like, second grade...
*prepares for people to start brutally attacking me*

gg

YOU'VE BEEN HECKLED AMANDA

Charlemange

It's not that bad. I agree with the poster who suggested costume design.

Melanie

The only thing about submitting a portfolio to an Art school is you must show your talent in diffrent mediums. Most schools look for about 15 diffrent peices with certaint criteria like 1 land scape, 1 self portrate, 1 oil, 1 charchol. If you are tring to get into fashion school you still need to send in a portfolio showing the range of your skills. I don't know if amanda will ever see this but try revamping your portfolio and reappliying to the art school. There are also a number of state schools with good art programs... you can acctually get you BFA at Hawaii.

Never Gonna Happen

I went to RISD- after seeing those pics- i now know why she didn't get in-
only average talent- images show no originality...All your dreams are dead!

Lizzie

Melanie is right, though you could submit these type of drawings to certain schools that accept fashion portfolios such as F.I.T in NYC which is a really great school. But most schools are going to want an art portfolio. Hopefully you'll see this Amanda but im a student at parsons in NYC so if you have any questions about preparing a portfolio, etc don't hesitate to email me.

Kathleen

Amanda, you need to be in "fashion design"! Sign up for PROJECT RUNWAY, ASAP :)

julie

don't sweat it. everyone only goes to art school for two years before dropping out and going to a real school anyway. *knows from experience*

Dylan

Totally costume design.

Plus, foxy foxy FOXY!

I mean, DAMN.

U couldn't Hang

"don't sweat it. everyone only goes to art school for two years before dropping out and going to a real school anyway. *knows from experience*"
Only losers, only losers with no talent!

Coleslayer

wow, please tell me those are just rough sketches for the real art. I'm sorry, but I can see why they rejected her.
YOU DON"T PUT DOODLES IN YOUR PORTFOLIO THAT COULD GET YOU INTO COLLEGE OR A JOB!

crow

They look like fashion design sketches, not "art".

Lunerrrrs

Yep, you could get into fashion design. Or get a better handling on human anatomy. Also try drawing some landscapes or rooms to show you know about perspective. When drawing a character you'd want to show a full rotation, and in a more dynamic pose, of it and add some more depth to the clothes on them.

Also to egyptchik, I HIGHLY doubt you were drawing clothes in that kind of detail in the 2nd grade. pffttt hater.

ed

did you draw that using your butt?

Will From Manitoba

Ok as one of Chris's three straight male fans I may not know about about fashion but those costumes look pretty good. If the art school look at these as drawings and not as designs then I can see why you did not get in(it's way better then I can do though) but eff art school, find a local seamstress/tailor and learn from them (if clothing is what you want to do).

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