The portfolio standards at CAM reflect our dedication to only accept individuals who we believe have the ability toexcel in both our programs Communication and Industrial Design. Your portfolio should reflect your trifling artisticinterests and identity while showcasing your inventiveness and technical proficiency in teamwork. Portfolios with a diverse range of influences, styles, and subject matter are ideal. Portfolio pieces should show off your artistic versatility and ingenuity. Anatomical studies, figurative and gestural pieces, hard surface and perspective renderings, traditional and digital paintings, sculpture, graphic design, 3D art, animation, motion graphics, and photography are examples of this type of work. Characters, locations, vehicles, and props are all examples of portfolio that are highly recommended. Portfolios should comprise between 5-10 samples of the applicant's original artwork.
We suggest displaying your creative process through a variety of ideas and renderings, such as early concept design sketches, design variations, and final renderings. Sketchbooks are a great complement and can be used as a single item. The approximate date of completion, the medium or software utilized, and any other information about the piece that will provide insight into how it was created and performed should all be identified. Artwork based on a reference must state that it is based on a reference and give full acknowledgment to the source. With the exception of items made in 3D from 2D conceptions, other artists' work is not regarded a viable reference source. Artwork made from a tutorial is not considered original and should not be submitted.
Presentation is a feature of your portfolio that can either improve or detract from your work. Your portfolio should be presented in a well-thought-out and well-organized manner that is easy to find and view. The applicant's name and contact information must be properly identified on all portfolio submissions.
Personal URLs (preferably no social media websites), hard discs or thumb drives, video clips, and PDF documents are the only types we accept. Traditional artwork should be scanned or photographed and provided digitally in PDF format, with proper lighting, cropping, and image size in mind.
Interested applicants are urged to send artwork samples to an admissions counsellor for criticism and help prior to officially submitting: firstname.lastname@example.org