After 4 years of art school, I have reached the conclusion that I don't actually particularly want to be an artist. I just want to make pretty, useful things and see people enjoying the things I make. I will possibly end up doing an applied computing postgrad and put this whole thing behind me. Or I might do an applied computing postgrad and end up designing websites. Or maybe I'll move to Norway, who knows? It's that time when all futures are up in the air and all are equally terrifying.
In other news, I learned to crochet.
"I come from a land where the national sport is throwing telegraph p
"Pretty, pretty please
Don't you ever, ever feel
Like you're less than
Pretty, pretty please
If you ever, ever feel
Like you're nothing
You are perfect to me"
Pink - F**king perfect
Well, art school is fun. And busy. And exciting. And busy. And full of new things to try out. And did I mention busy? But entirely worth it :dance:
I changed. I am no longer doing Interiors. I lasted 1 week before I realised there was no way I could do four years of that [It was so TIDY! And no oportunities to throw paint around or draw anything except buildings and settings and fake trees EVER AGAIN!]. It took me another week to get my p
I've just got my portfolio back from Dundee, so that's the entire application process over with. The final results are-
Unconditional - 2
Conditional - 0
Unsuccessful - 2
Not so bad, I guess.
Though I REALLY wish Aberdeen hadn't sent me a letter saying "There might be some openings after the exam results come in".
I can't exactly wait until then, or say no to somewhere else, in the offchance that enough people will fail their highers to leave me with a place. The rest of the letter was pretty nice, though - RGU really does seem to care a bit about their potential students. At the