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Corky Kraptrucker
Oct 12, 2006
Being out of your box isn't a right. It's a privilege.

I find myself trying to figure my life out and am rapidly coming to the conclusion that I should have gotten into art like I told myself I would my whole life before I chickened out and decided to major in English (I'm 19 and a Sophomore). However, I really don't know a ton about any schools. I'm very interested in illustration and animation and I kind of want something on the Northwest coast. The Art Institute of Seattle sends me stuff like twice a month, but I don't know how to go about judging an art schools quality. Is that an okay school? Will I end up a talentless and destitude hack if I go there? Can anyone recommend me some killer schools in that part of the country?

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Corky Kraptrucker
Oct 12, 2006
Being out of your box isn't a right. It's a privilege.

Thanks for such a thoughtful response. The art school=ripoff thing is kind of what I figured but I wanted to be sure. I think I'm capable of really great stuff, so I guess I just have to bite the bullet, give myself a chance, and take some classes. So anyway, thanks again!

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