Back in February my life was consumed with getting this bad boy together. I know I promised to share some of the pages with you, and so- here is a little peek into it. I had a lot of 'extra' stuff like sketchbooks and boxes full of work and a few big worksheets- but anyway, here are SOME of the pages:(I like to draw a diagram of my experiences and things at the front to give an overview of how dedicated I am.)All of this work was completed in my Foundation Year- because they like to see your current work. Some of this stuff you may have seen, some of it it brand new to the internet.I've kept some photos out of here because I'm going to do a special post about it later. And also this can get really boring to anyone who hasn't attended art school or is thinking of attending. Each course and each level are looking for DIFFERENT things. Mine was also a lot different to other students, even though we were taking work from similar projects. If you are thinking of applying to any Art course that requires a portfolio- it's vital that you check with them to see what they want. My flatmate is doing Painting and we mounted our portfolios on the same day, it's different. It's HUGELY different. His was all about getting things perfectly centered on crisp white pages and letting the paintings speak for themselves while showing a particular point of interest, whereas mine was about Communication and showing the range of work I could produce as well as making sure that the viewer could navigate it easily and understand what the briefs were for each project, and also to feel comfortable with it (a lot of my work is about being 'real' and so although I stayed with a traditional 'book' format- I added things that made it personal and...) I'm rambling a bit now anyway- This portfolio got me into my BA Illustration Course at Camberwell, which I start in October.