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    I'm applying to a Art and Design foundation course at the University of Arts at Camberwell. My portfolio is all digital at http://melior.bioviral.net.

    How much traditional media stuff would they need? Would my digital portfolio be sufficient? I've already managed to get in, pretty easily, to Hull College, but that's a bit of a **** hole.

    Unfortunately, due to time, money and a bunch of other stuff, I can't get hold of anything better than mechanical pencils and a4 printer paper. I have some oil paints and brushes, although I've never used oil before, and I'm a pretty ****** painter anyway. I think I may have some decent paper which came with my oil paint.

    I could probably make an oil painting or two. And maybe some small drawings with a pencil. I realize they want to see plenty of observational art which I'm lacking.

    I really don't know what the standard is for foundation art courses.
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