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We Know What Your Art Major Should Be Based On Five Questions
You should animate! You can already draw. So, now it's time to REALLY hone those skills and make those babies move!
You have a knack for composition. Whether it be with paintings, illustrations, or rough sketches! It's time to try your hand at photography.
You should major in fashion! The work you do is very hands-on. Making sketches is awesome, but you might really enjoy creating something tangible.
You have a great knowledge of art history and your work is usually well-thought-out and deeply conceptual. You would thrive in the fine arts community!
You have a great eye for composition — which is also great for a photographer, BUT, you have a knack for text and color as well. You would be amazing as a graphic designer.
You should major in illustration! You have a steady hand and a wonderful ability to capture the likeness of an object and/or person without having to do a great deal of rendering. If you were to hone that skill, you would be a master in no time.