So here we find ourselves again. You, the reader, reading someone's (mine) plea for advice on which Canadian animation school they should attend. I had a more detailed post ready, then Explorer crashed on me, so I'm going to summarize.
I spent a year in a state school in MD for no major in particular, decided it wasn't for me, and have been living in NYC for the past 3 years. I decided a few years ago that I wanted to get into the animation industry, but the schools out there were too competitive for me to get into. So I've spent the last few years working on my fundamentals. I think I have a nice little portfolio now, and am looking for something like what Sheridan's 2 year program was.
I want a program that is intense, short (preferrably not 4 years), relatively inexpensive, and produces the kind of comical, subversive 2D digital animation that got me into this whole thing in the first place.
Sheridan seems too collegiate.
VanArts seems too commercial.
Capilano seems too hard to get into. (though I'll never know if I dont try, right?)
Anyone have any advice?