We want to give everyone the opportunity to apply and have therefore chosen not to base our admission on grades. We also make sure to process all applications anonymously to ensure that age, gender, ethnicity, etc. will not affect the selection. What is assessed is knowledge and skills – in combination with your commitment to attend this education. We will look at the whole, that is, if you are good at drawing/painting by hand, it can compensate for the lack of experience in 3D programs – and vice versa.
Thus, everyone who applies for the education needs to send in assignments that show practical skills. This year there are three assignments worth up to 40 points each, for a maximum total of 120 points.
- Assignment 1. A hand-drawn pencil drawing (+ a completed form), see specification below.
- Assignment 2. A colorful illustration or animated sequence created with a computer (+ a completed form), see specification below.
- Assignment 3. Sample of previous work (+ a completed form), see specification below.
The total score (maximum 120 points) then forms the basis for ranking the eligible applicants. The applicants with the highest score are accepted and the others are placed on the reserve list. Note: The application pressure is high (in 2020, 2021 and 2022 there were way over 100 applicants) so the work tests are very important.
Technique: Hand-drawn concept / sketch, use pencils. Format: A4, scanned or photographed. Assessment basis: Creativity and drawing knowledge as well as a sense of form and / or anatomy as well as visual narration. Specification: How you worked and how your experience has affected your work must then be described in a form, linked below.
You are welcome to make several sketches and/or show how you worked to get the final picture – but if so they must still be combined into a single picture (only one assignment 1 is to be sent in). Name the file with your name and which assignment it is (e.g. ”roy_batty_1B.jpg”).
Select one of the following tasks:
- Alternative 1A: “Wizard brewing potions”. Motive: A magician cooking up energy drinks (or similar).
- Alternative 1B: “Self portrait – in balance”. Motive: A self-portrait where you balance on a ball.
NOTE! Also fill in the form for Assignment 1, link: https://forms.gle/gNWqGU3ZGE6vNt6ZA
Technique: An image or movie clip with strong colors that you have created/modified with a computer, drawing tablet or similar. You do not have to do everything from scratch but can use assets and other materials. No requirement for specific software. Format: An image of max. 50 Mb or a movie clip of max. 30 seconds (max. 500 MB). Preferably with breakdowns (which show how you created your work). Basis of assessment: Your sense of form and color, your creativity and how you can handle selected software. Specification: How you worked must then be described in a form, linked below.
You are welcome to make several images or movie clips – but if so they must still be merged into a single file (only one assignment 2 is to be submitted). Name the file with your name and which assignment it is (e.g. ”dorothy_gale_2A.xxx”).
Select one of the following tasks:
- Alternative 2A: ”Misplaced monster trying to blend in”. Motive: A colorful depiction of a monster doing its best (?) to fit in with the environment.
- Alternative 2B: ”Visual Magic”. Motive: Someone who uses magic to create something really colorful.
NOTE! Also fill in the form for Assignment 2, link: https://forms.gle/hmFbH5278UZNhnNHA
Here you submit something you have done before (or especially for this application). Motive: Optional but preferably linked to the education in some way. Format: An image (can be a collage with several motifs), max 50 Mb in size or a film clip no more than 2 minutes long and max 500 Mb. Only one work sample 3 should be submitted (but it can be a picture collage or a show reel). Assessment basis: How your submitted work shows skills that can be further developed in our education, i.e. your potential. Specification: How you thought and worked must then be described in a form, linked below.
Name the file with your name and which assignment it is (e.g. ”kuro_hebi_3.xxx”).
Link to portfolio or similar is NOT approved, we must get a file that we can store and assess anonymously without an internet connection.
NOTE! Also fill in the form for Assignment 3, link: https://forms.gle/bHPHArGoqxeXDMWB9
Submit the three work samples well in advance of the deadline (June 19) – so we have time to react if any file has become corrupt or has other problems.
If the file is >10 MB, we recommend that you use a web service that can send large files, for example https://sprend.com/ eller https://www.transfernow.net/
Send all three assignments to email@example.com
Mark the email (subject) with ”VFX23 ARBETSPROV ”, the number of the assignment in question and your name.
NOTE! Your ability to follow the above instructions (incl. follow our file naming conventions, stay within file size limits, etc.) will also be assessed – so please double check before submitting…
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 076-7613116