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Hi. I'm Teighlor Johnson. I'm studying at West Los Angeles College, and am looking to transfer into an Illustration BA/BFA program by Fall 2012 at the latest. I am applying to SCAD, RISD, SMFA, CalArts, ArtCenter, Pratt, and Ringling. I don't really have much, but i wanted to get some critiques on the pieces that I was planning to put into my portfolio, as well as what I could draw to make it a good portfolio. Any help is majorly appreciated. Thank you.
Once again any comments are appreciated as I am focused on getting better.
Last edited by ChibiRobo; September 19th, 2011 at 01:46 AM.
Hi chibirobo. I'm more digital portrait painter than a concept artist. But All I can say is that:
1. You need to put more strong and sharp stroke in your works. Be brave in making lines. Brave in making shading and put more contrast.
2. Learn more from photographs to gain more shape of your drawing.
3. Make something crazy about your works and pump up your creativity.