quick question, You didn't happen to acquire your 30foot graphics tablet from here did you?http://chattahbox.com/images/2009/10/stonehenge.jpg:-p ;-) :-) :-)nice pictures as well.
Hi everyone – hope you’re relaxing after your five weeks and crit…In preparation for your next unit, I thought it might be useful to introduce you all to a couple of third year students, whose projects are very environment-based (in different ways and with different emphases) and who are in the later stages of their respective projects; I’d like you to follow their progress – so introduce yourselves and don’t be shy!Dave Keefe at http://minor-timothywinters.blogspot.com/Leanne McGuire at http://leannemcguire3rdyrminor.blogspot.com/
Yeh, the strange beings standing in the centre gave it to me.....said something about a large jungle called Amazon and that it was a gift of pece. :)
Haha. Anyway, have fun with your new project. Perhaps those strange beings can give you some inspiration. Stonehenge is quite an uncanny and weird place.
I know, I've been there......and got a load of t-shirts from the gift shop free (that tends to happen a lot when I go shopping with mum. People forget to scan items and such) and thanks will do and yes maybe they will
Also – take a look at the following project blog – a collaboration between 2 third years, Pol Winandy and Jon Stewart; they’re creating an action-packed animated short; their attention to detail is formidable and they’re also working through all the inevitable tensions/complications that come with group working. It’s been a long, intense experience for them both, and, with five weeks to go, they’re moving into an even more pressurised phase. The environment stage is in the offing – so follow their progress and get a real insight into the minutiae of CG and story-telling; meet the future!http://kiiroblade.blogspot.com
Me again!Phil Hosking has just set up a blog - it's early days, but go say hello...http://phillsartspace.blogspot.com