|2009년 홈테스트 변경후 2년만에 홈테스트의 내용이 수정되었습니다 |
재료와 사이즈 그리고 첫번쨰(자전거와 앞뒤) 이외의 3가지 다른시각으로 완성하는것이 이번에 없어지면서 새로운
주제가 선정되었습니다 3가지 시가으로 접근하는것은 Parsons와 너무 비슷한 내용으로 학교에서도
이번에 발표된 홈테스트는 아래와 같으며 3번째는 자신의 표현(단어)과 전달하는 이미지가 얼만큼 동일한 내용이나 하모니가 되는지가 중요합니다. 또한 수십년간 바꾸지 않았던 연필드로잉을 세번째에서는 칼라를 사용할수 있도록 하면서 보다 색상적인 감각도 요구되는 주제입니다
Three drawing samples are required of all applicants. The first drawing must represent a bicycle. The second drawing must utilize both sides of the sheet of drawing paper. For the third sample, your visualization must combine image and text.
Each drawing must be done on a sheet of white paper measuring 16" x 20" (40 cm x 50 cm). Drawings one and two must be done using graphite pencil and no other medium. Your third drawing sample may use any dry (fixable) medium, a water-based medium (such as acrylic, ink, watercolor or gouache) or a combination of these media. Do not, however, use any oil-based medium, or collage, for your third drawing. Remember that, whatever medium(s) you choose for your third drawing, it must be foldable to be mailed to our office.
You may approach these three drawings in any way you wish. For example, your drawings may be abstract expressions or realistic renderings; you may choose to draw an object alone or place it in a situation; you may choose to cover the entire surface of the page or only a small portion of it, etc. Other than the stated requirements related to subject (ie, bicycle), medium (ie, graphite pencil) and paper size (16" x 20"), everything and anything else are up to you.
We consider drawing to be as much about process as presentation, so we encourage you to consider your drawing submissions as exercises in experimental thinking and risk-taking more than final presentations or examples of technical proficiency. We encourage you to consider the full range of possible expression in your submissions, as we do not value any particular style of drawing more than another.
These drawings must be submitted in their original form, not as reproductions. Fold your drawings in half and then in half again to a finished size of 8" x 10" (20cm x 25cm) and be sure to note your full name and address on the back of each drawing.