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Im considering applying for this Character Animation education. It lasts 3½ years.
Does anyone know anything about it?
There are these portfolio requirements:
Drama / acting / (min. 6 drawings): Drawings in this category should depict characters who are expressing emotion/feeling. From reading the character's body language the viewer should be able to tell what the character’s mood or feelings are.
2. Movement (min. 6 drawings): Drawings in this category should depict characters who are in motion; walking, jumping, dancing or doing sports; in short, any situation where the character is in a movement.
3. Storytelling (min. 5 panels / drawings) Make a sequence of drawings that visually tells a story or a sequence of events. Consider staging, camera angle and posing of the character to tell the story.
4. Life drawing (min. 8 drawings) Drawings that show proper anatomy, size proportions, understanding of shape, body dynamics and weight of the figure.
Does anyone know how "good" they should be? Skillwise. How much understanding of each subject is required?