This video was meant to be filmed months ago.. but y'all know me..
I wanted to get this up because there aren't too many videos around where people showcase their full college accepted art portfolios- notably for RISD and Parsons School of Design. When I was an applicant, I found videos like this very helpful (at least for my anxiety at the time) so I do hope that prospective RISD and Parsons applicants find this informative!
I applied to a total of 3 colleges in my senior year of high school, (Rhode Island School of Design, Otis School of Art and Design, and Parsons School of Design). All of the pieces featured in the video were sent in my college application, though some pieces are not shown and were only included in my Otis application. But my ENTIRE portfolio for RISD is up on here! Nothing left out.
I didn't talk too much into the actual application process, and I didn't give as much advice as I wanted to. This video is more about showing my portfolio, and if needed, I can put another one up specifically talking about the HOW of applying to art schools. Any questions, just feel free to ask below.
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i wish i focused more on art school before high school even started and here i am 2 years before i leave for college having the last time i drew be a few months ago ;~; but this video rly gave me back inspiration to try even harder
I like Your art, it’s well done with a lot of details and looks real but have a lot of angles and abstract. They are those I could anything New every time I look at it and I would looked at them a lot! Looking forward to see more from You.
All that work to get into an over-priced (to say the least) art college with dubious career prospects after graduation and mountains of debt.
Unless of course daddy and mommy are stupid enough to throw $150k away.
Art is a craft skill that doesn't go well with the college educational model.
For that money you should just apprentice yourself to a modern master.
You're extremely confident in your statements even though they are profoundly ignorant. I would leave the art edu realm for those with a grasp on it, rather than criticize & deem it dubious or stupid- when literally every manmade object you use or rely on for entertainment has been touched by artists..and designers. You can happily stay uneducated in this field, unaware of modern industry & the significance of design in the fabric of your existence. Don't expect to get much else with your condescending and elitist attitude, and lack of maturity and respect. lmao
4:46 sick pic but this totally reminds of this one Tumblr pic ( https://weheartit.com/entry/72267687 like it seems kind of identical, especially how you drew the face and posture + the sleeve on the face).
one time i filled a massive sheet (bigger than A3) filled with small detailed mandalas. it took like 2 months during mandatory art classes for year 8 and i thought i couldn’t do it. i finally finished it and i was so proud of myself. i didn’t want to colour it because i thought i was going to wreck it hahaa. ever since then i haven’t rlly been doing art but after watching your videos u have inspired me to get back into art 💖💖
All the self doubt in this comment section is really alarming. Annabelle probably put in years of hard work to get to her skill level, and shes still growing. I don’t think ya’ll should compare yourself to her because every artist is different. Just work really hard, and follow your dreams. Don’t be discouraged or give up because you feel like you’re inadequate. Nobody stays inadequate forever.
I know this and old video and you probably wont respond but I'm 13 and i really want to go to Parsons for interior design but I don't know what to expect or what i should prepare for. I'm not great at drawing but love i designing. Do you or anyone elae have tip
Hey Reid! How are you? I'm an alumni and student at Parsons :) I actually did a couple interior design courses as well. Do you have any specific questions? I can try to answer them as best I can! I remember being extremely confused and didn't know what to expect before I started Parsons too so I understand how you must be feeling.
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