3 Mistakes You may be Making on Your Art Portfolio (and how to fix them!)

You may wonder why you didn’t get into the Art Program you applied to, or you may be afraid you won’t get in, so we’ve put together a film where we’ve outlined three mistakes we’ve seen over and over in student portfolios and what you can do to fix them.

We hope that you find this video helpful!

MISTAKE #1 – FAN ART

Don’t: copy art on a plain piece of paper
Don’t: copy art on a plain piece of paper

DO!:

DO: create your own narrative using a popular icon
Do: show your love of Anime by incorporating images into your work

Click on to learn more 3 Mistakes You may be Making on Your Art Portfolio for tips on how to turn Fan Art into Fine Art

MISTAKE #2 – BAD PHOTOS

BAD Photo- crooked & not cropped or edited
GOOD Photo- cropped, adjusted & edited

Click on to learn more 3 Mistakes You may be Making on Your Art Portfolio for tips on how to take good photos for your portfolio


MISTAKE #3 – PROCRASTINATION

The worst mistake of all is Procrastination 

It’s important to show admissions counselors that you will work hard if they admit you to one of their schools programs, and you can show this by taking the time to make every piece in your portfolio outstanding. 

Do this by starting as soon as you can – and give all of your work attention.It’s hard to start but your hard work will pay off in the end because you’ll get to feel like you did your best and you’ll get those acceptance letters. 

Please feel free to ask any questions in the comments below! We would love to help you guys make an outstanding art portfolio.

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