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    Right now I was going through my stuff and I only have a two sketchbooks a Photography and my Print Making and 4 loose A3 sheets that are good enough plus 5 paintings I did this week. for the interview besides my life drawing.

    Is that good enough 'cause looking at it it doesn't look like much at all. :/ Anything anyone could suggest? Shall i do some personal drawings? I have this small A5 book with paintings of chickens in it done observationally. They're all really rough some are just outlines, shall I take that?

    I've written an essay that I'm going to take too. I'm worried that my photography will look crap but I don't have much interest invested in photography and find it boring.

    I suppose I'm just lost because my college isn't helping much with putting together my portfolio.

    You need to show work where you developed final pieces through a concept, where you experimented, developed and adapted ideas. As you're doing Fine Art, this can involve using a variety of media depending on where your interests lie. I would bring the paintings you did with the life drawings, maybe the sketchbook depending if the drawings look more expressive than really really rough. You'll need to be able to explain influences behind ideas, so bringing a completed project will really help. What are in your photography and print making books? Experimentation with the media or an actual theme going on which is developed to pieces?
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