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Your pictures are very...disturbing. They're not pleasing to the eye but perhaps to the mind. I still think you're fishing for compliments!
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Your pictures are very...disturbing. They're not pleasing to the eye but perhaps to the mind. I still think you're fishing for compliments!
Thank you!
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Your pictures are very...disturbing. They're not pleasing to the eye but perhaps to the mind. I still think you're fishing for compliments!

lol, never mind that, read what the miserable supposed Oxford fine art graduate said about it! Enough of a go has been had...
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lol, never mind that, read what the miserable supposed Oxford fine art graduate said about it! Enough of a go has been had...
I believe I should give my opinion regardless of what other people say. I actually replied to this post without looking at other replies just in case they infuenced my opinion. He asked for an opinion, and thats what he's got!! Perhaps my comment wasn't encouraging but at least I'm not being insulting...
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lol, never mind that, read what the miserable supposed Oxford fine art graduate said about it! Enough of a go has been had...
I'm sorry but no art graduate ever, Oxford or not, would call another peice of art work shite without giving reasons to justify why... therefore Unregistered obviously had some poor teaching at Oxford (which, lets face it, isn't likely to happen).
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I'm sorry but no art graduate ever, Oxford or not, would call another peice of art work shite without giving reasons to justify why... therefore Unregistered obviously had some poor teaching at Oxford (which, lets face it, isn't likely to happen).
That was my thought exactly. unregistered did refer to his degree as 3 years of hell however, and so I am wondering if he was one of those unable to cope with an Oxford course that slipped through the interview net as it were. Either a complete fraud or an individual with a serious chip on his shoulder.
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forget what these people have said, im an art student myself - and a brilliant one too

your drawing is not so good, but it seems you have a lot of talent doin photography especially at your age. loving the stuff. keep up the work and you'll be brilliant, trust me.

practice the drawing tho, it'll get better
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forget what these people have said, im an art student myself - and a brilliant one too

your drawing is not so good, but it seems you have a lot of talent doin photography especially at your age. loving the stuff. keep up the work and you'll be brilliant, trust me.

practice the drawing tho, it'll get better

Thanks for the advice!
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^^ no problem

what camera do u use?
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^^ no problem

what camera do u use?
I only use some low grade Canon - a Canon A40 Powershot I think. When I get good I'll get something better - what do you use, and are you GCSE or A-level?
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i dont do photography, im a traditional fine art person..painting!

just finished my a levels - gonna study art...yeah i know! bad prospects, but...its my love
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That was my thought exactly. unregistered did refer to his degree as 3 years of hell however, and so I am wondering if he was one of those unable to cope with an Oxford course that slipped through the interview net as it were. Either a complete fraud or an individual with a serious chip on his shoulder.
U will know wat three years of hell means if u r an undergrad at Oxford - the workload is considerable but it is fun
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U will know wat three years of hell means if u r an undergrad at Oxford - the workload is considerable but it is fun
I'm Cambridge. I am expecting a large work load but am really looking forward to the whole Cam. experience. I don't expect it to be 3 years of hell - I know of nobody who has done their degree there who feels that way about it. I'm sorry if Oxford was a hellish experience...
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U will know wat three years of hell means if u r an undergrad at Oxford - the workload is considerable but it is fun
I for one am wholly unconvinced that this person was at Oxford.
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I for one am wholly unconvinced that this person was at Oxford.
prove it, u jealous twit
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I'm Cambridge. I am expecting a large work load but am really looking forward to the whole Cam. experience. I don't expect it to be 3 years of hell - I know of nobody who has done their degree there who feels that way about it. I'm sorry if Oxford was a hellish experience...
K, maybe not hell, just hard work! Dont expect to have an easy ride - thats all I am saying
It is v. rewarding tho.
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prove it, u jealous twit
That was a pointless comment, but surely it would make more sense if you'd prove that you were at Oxford - as opposed to having some unknown person try to prove otherwise?

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That was a pointless comment, but surely it would make more sense if you'd prove that you were at Oxford - as opposed to having some unknown person try to prove otherwise?

Ben
How do u want me to prove it? Prove u r at Cambridge
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Thanks, I don't expect it to be easy! I do expect to enjoy it though.


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prove it, u jealous twit
As for you, are you not in the least concerned that you come off as an unpleasent, bitter person who wouldn't have a chance in hell of getting into Oxford?
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i am not an art student and neither do i claim to be any good at it, although i do enjoy drawing a lot. from my point a view i think ur photographs are very good and a very interesting way of interpreting the topic given to u, one post suggested a polluted pond...with no offence to this suggestor i think this is one of the more obvious photographs that cood be taken to respresent this topic and when doing photography i think u need to twist things lsightly as the starter of this thread has dun, it captures the mind and imagination more than a more obvious answer. dont think that makes sense sorry, im very tired. hope it helps anyway
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