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The Savannah College of Art and Design

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Professor Chin Hung
Savannah College of Art and Design
Overall A
1 ratings,  [AVG: 11 min, 49 sec]
Workload: Responsible Grading: -

Enjoys Teaching A Arrogance: Normal
Speaks & Writes Clearly B Respect for Students: High
Sensible Lectures B Appreciates Creativity: Yes
Organized course A- Student Feedback is: Sought After
Instructor Effort A
Concepts and Practice
Grading System:
Informed afterwards
Course Requirements:
Well Defined
Assignment Instructions
Very Well Described
Exam Design:
Exam Coverage:
Grades Reflect:
Understanding and Mastery
Final Grade Verification:
Insures grades match student mastery
Gets class involved A-
Competent with material A
Friendly/Sociable A
Adds to content A
This instructor is:
Really Liked



Overall: A
You should expect to work your tail off in order to get a good grade.  If you work hard, but aren't exceptionally good, you can expect a B, but if you do all the extra credit he suggests (he just mentions it in passing, so you have to be quick to catch it) you can proabably pull off an A. 
Should do to do well...
A student taking the class should be interested in pursuing figure drawing seriously.  *Don't* be late for class, and do your work.  It's been a while, but I seem to remember him getting mad when a student had an excuse for not finishing her assignment. 
Should know...
It's tough.  He grades hard and expects a lot.  He only had five projects: three in class, two outside class, as well as a final research paper (bizarre for a drawing class, I know).  You should expect a quality expectation significantly higher than in Life I, especially considering all the poses are significantly longer.  He will be looking at proportion, and tries to discourage students from doing the “hold-up-the-pencil-and-measure” thing in order to train your eye to see measurements without relying on those kinds of tricks.  He is a classical style artist, so people with sketchy drawing styles are probably going to struggle. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: B
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked

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