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    (Original post by addison1)
    that will be enough, i brought about 30 pages of A1 to OB interview and i found that i didnt have enough time to explain my works.:yep:
    A1 is huge did you have like little stuff on the A1? damn
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    (Original post by pinky3)
    A1 is huge did you have like little stuff on the A1? damn
    wooah there A2 is plenty big enough! I only have one A1 peice which is a canvas. You appear to have a lot of work so honestly dont worry!
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    really? phew btw ive never studied art before academically just until this sept lol but its all stuff ive done in my own time really... o and btw can anybody tell me what kind of graphic work did they include in there portfolios if they did....
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    (Original post by +epic)
    wooah there A2 is plenty big enough! I only have one A1 peice which is a canvas. You appear to have a lot of work so honestly dont worry!
    oh i don have some little painting sticked onto A1 paper, i just tried to manage them all on A1 size so that it looks better lol
    i normally do things on A1 size coz i cant do things small :no:
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    im the opposite my drawings are to detailed to do it large so i have to much small stuff but i guess i have a balence...
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    im really stressing out over my portfolio!
    im at a loss as to what to put in...
    i've been told that it should 'flow'... but what does this really mean?
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    There is lots of advice/threads lying around in this part of the forum. Worth having a look mate.
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    post some of your work here. :]
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    hay. stupid question so i do appologise lol...
    my oxford brookes letter came a few days ago and they suggested 'precedent studies'...now i have askd my tutors at college but they didnt know what it ment, as they are quite useless and have been during my entire application..so i was wondering if someone could please explain the term to me.

    thanks
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    hay. stupid question so i do appologise lol...
    my oxford brookes letter came a few days ago and they suggested 'precedent studies'...now i have askd my tutors at college but they didnt know what it ment, as they are quite useless and have been during my entire application..so i was wondering if someone could please explain the term to me.

    thanks
    I think MyArchitect has a new friend.
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    I thought it would be a wonderful idea to fill up this year with a foundation art & design course, so that's where most of my portfolio stuff is coming from. Hopefully I'll have a good bit of my final module done by the time I get (if I get) portfolio requests, I've got a nice idea of what I want to do. This is all assuming people don't mind my personal statement which was a huge mess trying to explain what I'd done to get myself into my current situation...

    Only problem is all my work is A1. How do people deal with these portfolios?! They're backbreaking with little more than a few pages in them! Not to mention the goddamn WIND. You could sail a boat with one of those *******s.
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    (Original post by D*Arch)
    hay. stupid question so i do appologise lol...
    my oxford brookes letter came a few days ago and they suggested 'precedent studies'...now i have askd my tutors at college but they didnt know what it ment, as they are quite useless and have been during my entire application..so i was wondering if someone could please explain the term to me.

    thanks
    Precedent studies are studies on buildings that already exist. For example studying the building colsely, how it works, the design, structure and materials etc... Hope this helps.
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    (Original post by ATPete)
    Only problem is all my work is A1. How do people deal with these portfolios?! They're backbreaking with little more than a few pages in them! Not to mention the goddamn WIND. You could sail a boat with one of those *******s.
    People deal with them by looking like tits lugging them around everywhere. I managed to travel on the train and across london to the UCL interview with mine AND carrying a model so I'm sure you'll manage

    You'd be surprised how many people love carrying them, arty girls sporting the 'dragged-through-a-hedge-backwards' look. Its the new handbag for the creative, dont you know.
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    Manchester Drawing test deadline is monday!

    got about 5 pencil drawings, gonna do some more.


    anyone else going for Manchester, and sending the test now?
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    (Original post by natalie-C)
    Precedent studies are studies on buildings that already exist. For example studying the building colsely, how it works, the design, structure and materials etc... Hope this helps.
    it does thanks alot
 
 
 
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