Advice that I have been given to get into animation work is sketch sketch sketch, but what should I sketch?
I think Universities are against anime, but do you reckon still life or cartoons? 'Sketch' is quite a broad word, anyone know what employers/ degrees look for in the style/ type of sketching?
Asked By: Oscar - 10/11/2009
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I have been told that admissions staff at art schools look more for potential, than established talent, when looking a prospective portfolios. So my advice would be sketch everything. Just sit somewhere, and draw whatever you see, in your house, in a park, wherever. Just dont ever stop drawing, and try to push your... More
Answered By: Daniel - 10/11/2009
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While it would be nice to work on just one style of animation or art, what I think they are telling you is to sketch everything. And I mean EVERYTHING. Do still life, cartoon, doodles, whatever. I find that people look more for diversity in your work than looking for the "one guy that can draw trees really well".
Answered By: Gorfog - 10/11/2009
The above poster is correct, but primary emphasis is placed on capturing poses... More
Answered By: ronnie f - 10/11/2009
Employers want the competence and versatility that comes from broad experience. A lot of traditional drawing goes into every kind of animation, including anime, and in every case it is often hidden by the processes which allow a simple, clear and quick reading of the action on screen... More
Answered By: jplatt39 - 10/11/2009
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