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Aleks's Pre-uni Work Thread

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aleksjank

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Hello.
My name's Aleksandra and I'm about to finish my highschool education in Poland. I'm going to apply for BA Games Art course starting in 2015 but I have few doubts. I've already put together a portfolio, but I'm not sure it there's everything that sould be included. I would be forever grateful if you could give me your opinion on my pieces or some tips how the folio should look!

Thanks in advance! Cheers! :)

Link to the folio: http://issuu.com/ale...cs/folio_v._1.0


Edited by aleksjank, 10 December 2014 - 09:54 PM.

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LittleClaude

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Hi and welcome :)

 

It all looks good to me but you need you to try some 3D, you can get a free Maya/3DMax licence from Autodesk for three years as a student. Or you could use Blender which also free. If you wish to study here it would be best to learn Maya, if you can afford it for a month or two then Lynda training is good enough to get the basics.

 

http://www.lynda.com...tegory=maya_255

 

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Edited by LittleClaude, 10 December 2014 - 10:46 PM.


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Your fashion and traditional stuff looks really quite awesome, would be interesting to see how those skills transfer in zbrush and marvelous designer. Defiantly also give zbrush a try, it feels alot more traditional (similar in a way to clay sculpting).



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Good point, Sculptris is free and is well worth a try, its a chopped down version of Zbrush

 

http://pixologic.com/sculptris/

 


Edited by LittleClaude, 10 December 2014 - 10:48 PM.


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chrispereira

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I agree with the above, very strong traditional stuff in my opinion, especially love the perspective drawings, maybe you could try do more of the digital side of things such as photography, digital painting, Maya/Sculptris (Both free programs), and its good you've started to do some 3D exercises, will help you in the first semester. You could maybe do more colour exercises, they do look really nice :) Also, try posting on here if you ever need any help, I know I did loads of that before university, and all the lecturers and students help me become a much better artist before I started the course!


Edited by chrispereira, 11 December 2014 - 02:45 AM.






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