A Game Art and Design School That Doesn't Accept 3d Portfolios?
I was looking at a uni to apply to and one of the IT administrators said I should try to get into a Game Design graduate school in Texas.(I'm a high school senior) So I had my portfolio ready and stuff because they say that if you have a really good one, they'll accept you straight from high school. But the only problem was that they only accept 2d art in a sketchbook. I found it very odd that they DO NOT ACCEPT ANY 3D ARTWORK!! Why would a game design school not accept any 3d work? I would submit some illustrations, but my 2d art just isn't that good right now. And since a 2d portfolio is mandatory, I was screwed. Can somebody explain why they would make a weird rule like that?
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man."
George Bernard Shaw - Man and Superman