Advice for finding a "good" Art/Animation school

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Old 02 February 2013   #16
if he has a passion for drawing, he should just continue drawing, my drawing teacher said, everyone has about 1000 bad drawings, just keep on drawing to get them out =)

Don't like when people tells someone that your not good enough, say what to work on and welcome them back for next year =)

VFS has drawing classes, specially Foundation and Classical (sure, classical is all about drawing)
 
Old 02 February 2013   #17
Yes by all means if he has the passion to draw. He will get better.
 
Old 02 February 2013   #18
Originally Posted by herobix: AND you are paying for VFS reputation, what I hear at some places here in Vancouver that all the people from VFS ends on top of the pile of people searching for a job.

53K is pretty steep price though. That's more than Stanford Med school. USC film school is 43K. In fact, I cant find another school that's more expensive.

UC Berkeley is only 12K. I can't image under any circumstances a VFS graduate getting hired over a Berkeley grad.

I guess most people have more money than me, and 53K is no big deal. I don't mean to sound disrespectful, but I wish someone had drilled this into my teenage head before I blew 36K on that school I attended.

-AJ
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