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Old 05 May 2010   #1
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Hey there. I'm contemplating getting back into college after a bit of a long break (yes it is tough as heck hehe). I originally went to college for enviro science, however I came to the realization that that wasn't for me. So I started looking about for other options. I thought back to my past growing up and how I used to make creatures out of pipe cleaners instead of buying action figures when I was young and thinking "oh hey 3d animation/game design might be a potential outlet for your creativity. I'm running into two things, 1) I have no background in the arts, however I'm teaching myself to draw and it's actually going quite well. My other quandary is that I'm looking at the Living Arts College in Raleigh. I've been to visit and the place looks awesome, great facilities, sat in a class which went well. The teacher seemed to know what he was talking about. My issue is I don't want to go somewhere where they churn folks out like a paper mill. Do any of you guys have experience with this college? Is there a general consensus of it? Is it similar to Full Sail, or no? I know advertisements for colleges (especially when they show you around) can really be the opposite of the reality. I thank you for the time and knowledge you impart this way

Ben.
 
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