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maybe an apprenticeship or some relevant work experience would be a good idea...as if you're interested in the world of Fashion and Design then confidence and the ability to network/get along with anyone is essential.
Go and study or don't, it's not like I care.
lucifer devil wrote:
Ilora, if you want to do this that badly, then you'll do it. No 'oh but there's this and that'. You'll do it.
You obviously do, or you wouldn't keep telling me your opinions on the subject.
Everyone I know even those without art A Level have needed a foundation course before they could apply to do a degree Most were based on portflio regardless of the A Level or not. Take that as your first step beef out your portfolio.
Aye even Stella McCartney did a foundation course (same one as my Husband) it didn't matter who her daddy was - you can do it locally, so no big scary university for you - now get off your ass and try and get onto it and maybe it might give you some of the confidence (or backbone) you need.
Haven't you read my previous posts? I've already said that I applied for the foundation course but got rejected because my portfolio wasn't strong enough because I haven't got A-level Art.
I really wish people could stop with the 'get off your ass' comments because if you actually paid a speck of attention to my posts you'd see that I HAVE GOT OFF MY ASS AND ACTUALLY TRIED TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. :banghead:
I've already said that I applied for the foundation course but got rejected because my portfolio wasn't strong enough
I HAVE GOT OFF MY ASS AND ACTUALLY TRIED TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.
But I note you haven't actually done anything about your portfolio...
But I have... can't you read? I said earlier I've completed an accredited dressmaking course to 'beef' out my portfolio.
Don't mind Kermit, he's just so harsh on everyone else because he struggles to accept his own flaws as a human being.
That's extremly untrue actually.
I've got plenty of flaws. Attacking arrogant misogynistic homophobes such as one recent alumni of Durham University sat just there *points at ginner* isn't one of them.
I may have several flaws, but hating bisexuals because my gf preferred the company of women isn't one of them.
Ilora: you never mentioned about dressmaking, or if you did I didn't see it. That's a start. Find out from a college what else needs doing to give you a good portfolio. My point still stands that whining about it all will not get you where you want to be. You owe yourself a living, nobody else does.
You're not an english student are you?
Don't know why you said that, she has just used the word in its correct context.
Pot and kettle syndrome, as it were.
I stand by my points to both Ilora and yourself. Ilora needs to not give up at every setback if she is going to succeed in fashion. You need to stop being such a homophobic twat.
Anyway, this thread isn't about you. Or my "flaws" (what these are, I don't expect you to know. I used to be depressed, presumably that made me homosexual and therefore a disfunctional loser).
I always though ginner was a woman. :crazyeyes