While drawing clearly and beautifully,… lost interest, Fine Arts students created bad pictures “the devil hates the devil”
In recent years, more and more parents have sent their children to major in Fine Arts instead of popular majors such as doctors, engineers, economics, etc. To enter universities of fine arts, besides General knowledge tests, students have to go through a series of entrance exams, assessing their ability in painting and aesthetics.
Due to the specificity of fine arts students, many Chinese families send their children to take a mock test at some local universities before each university entrance exam. This is also the place where “baby” pictures are released, making the online community wonder, with such painting ability, what kind of university exam are the students planning to do.
The story is that in a mock painting exam, students were asked to draw a portrait of a little girl. Character sketching exams are considered the “scoring” part of Chinese students’ exams, but many students have been outright failed because of their incompetent works.
The original problem was asked by the teacher to redraw:
The topic asks students to draw a portrait of a girl.
But the candidate’s work is… this bad. Many people no longer recognize the original girl with her pretty features. “My nephew in kindergarten can draw much better than this” – A netizen bluntly commented on the work of some Fine Arts students.
And this is the “product” of students when taking the exam.
Low-quality exams are scored by teachers at the same time at 66 points, only half of the perfect test score. However, many netizens think that this score is still too high, compared to the effort students have spent and the level of investment in the picture.
In fact, the paintings are drawn quite sloppily and have no lines related to the original picture. To be able to score high in the upcoming college entrance exam, students should hone their skills more, even go back to school from the most basic drawing techniques.
Let’s take a look at some of the contestants’ “wretched and funny” works:
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