Drawn on the computer or on paper, you should have front/back/side and three-quarter view drawings of character designs from your own imagination, in colour, to scale. Please avoid clichés like ninjas, space marines, orcs, elves, zombies, and copies of heavily stylised manga characters or Disney characters. Designs of props and pose sheets and facial expressions and phoneme sheets show extra effort. When drawing environment designs, make correct perspective drawings/paintings of an entire scene, and also show separate images for individual objects such as buildings in those scenes – these can be drawn from front, side and top down views. If you work on paper make sure you take good photos of your drawings – tape them to a wall that has even lighting across it (preferably daylight from a north facing window if you live in the Northern hemisphere, do the opposite if you live in the Southern hemisphere) place them at your head height and take photos – these will be flat on and will look better than putting them on the floor and taking a photo of them at an odd angle with your shadow falling across them. If they are small enough to be scanned, then use a scanner to make digital copies of them.