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Admiral Pixel

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Hi to all 3D and VFX Artist. I just got invited to an interview and I've been working on my portfolio recently and I was wondering if you can critique/give feedbacks on my work and maybe give some tips/advice of what I need to add please. I'm kind of worried about it. 

Here's the link to my 3D works: https://goo.gl/D2J9K3

Here's the link to my Drawings. Ignore the 3D stuffs in PDF since it's still in progress: https://goo.gl/NF0I3P
My works are not the best like the other dude but I'm trying to be one. Thanks in advance. 
 


Edited by Admiral Pixel, 23 February 2017 - 03:54 PM.

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Christian Fryer

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The only advice I can give you is to turn up to the interview and just be a passionate person. Your work is excellent and you'll have absolutely no problems with the challenges first year will give you.

 

Your profile says you're interested in the 3D pathway but don't stress about not having any animation in your portfolio. Most people haven't done much animation before they get here. On top of that, you can change to any of the other 3 courses in uhanimation as for the first year we all pretty much have the same lectures.

 

I can assure you that you have nothing to stress about in your interview so just enjoy it :)

 

Edit: after looking more at your stuff I've seen you're using a lot of different shaders. UH (and it's renderfarm) uses exclusively alShaders so try and master those. 


Edited by Christian Fryer, 23 February 2017 - 04:27 PM.


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ichi

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Awesome work, don't sweat it!



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Doxturtle

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Your work is very good, like the others have said, you should have no problem getting in :)

 

One thing, I can't see any perspective work in your PDF you posted. It would definitely be worth bringing along some solid perspective drawings, something like a street to show you understand at least 2 point perspective (wouldn't hurt to do 3 point aswell)


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HarrySmith64

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Daaaaaaaym that's some nice 3D stuff you've got there. I wouldn't worry too much about your interview. Just be yourself, let your natural passion come out and most importantly don't be a dick. That's the first thing they teach you here :p

 

Only little minor thing I would say is I wouldn't present your life drawings as part of your sketchbook with all those little annotations and such. It would be neat if you could take those into photoshop, clean them up and just have them on their own.

 

The skull is super weird and creepy and I love it



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Denisa.JC

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The 3d is very impressive, as is your fine art. Don't worry about not having any animation tbh, loads of people here came with very little to no 3d experience even. So as Chris said, just be passionate about your work and overall decent person and you should have no problems.  :)



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ichi

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don't be a dick. That's the first thing they teach you here :p

 

How are you still here then Harry? :D



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Aldarion

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Nice work, keep it up !



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HarrySmith64

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How are you still here then Harry? :D

 

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kieranr1

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+1 for high quality work, looks like youll be fine! I guess advice wise, I would say talk to youre fellow interviewees whilst youre there;

dont make the mistake I did and be a lil recluse sitting in the corner, it can make the first day that much easier if you have a friend when you arrive.........or i think anyway. I mean unless youre gunna get nervous and puke on someone, maybe best not to........ok +1 on the be yourself.



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Admiral Pixel

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Hi to all and sorry for this late reply. I just want to say a big thanks to all of you who had the time to give feedbacks on my work and I'm quite pleased with the positive outcome. I do hope that I will get an offer so I can work with you guys. Thanks a lot. By the way do I need to submit digital paintings as well? I'm aware of the uni's "high standard requirements" :/ Thanks in advance.



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Oliver Hopley

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It wouldn't hurt.

You'll be working on photoshop here but if you've got some experience before that will really help. Life Drawing is something they want to see. I saw you had a bit in that PDF but the more you do the better you'll get!

You have a strong portfolio already and you should be fine. If you just want to level up then I'd recommend more life drawing. A drawing that has some basic perspective in (buildings are perfect for this). And then I'd try to produce something in photoshop.

 

Some helpful links

 

Perspective - http://drawabox.com

Photoshop - https://www.ctrlpaint.com

 

Hope this helps, well done getting on 3DHit. Keep up the good work!


Edited by Oliver Hopley, 28 February 2017 - 04:06 PM.






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