So you may be wondering why I'm writing this entry today then? That is because I'm at work (in the computer lab), I'm sick of doing homework, and no one needs very much help. So I'm sitting trying to make the last hour of my shift fly by. At the moment it's crawling.
I have also been doing a lot of things with design lately. In my Print Production class we had to make a 2 or 3 color band poster. I chose to do Linkin Park. I went with a grunge feel to go with their "underground" feel.
|This is the Linkin Park poster that I made for my Print Production class.|
I had fun with this assignment.
I am also working on a whiskey bottle label for that same class. I haven't finished it yet but I have some comprehensive proofs done. Which of the three to you like most?
|The first one was my original idea, and so I'm partial to that one.|
However, I do like how all three of them turned out.
I have also been sitting in on the 3D modeling class that uses Maya. The nice part about it is that it gives me an excuse to work in Maya three days a week and not feel guilty about it. Since it's just an hour here and an hour there I don't have a ton of work to show but I have a few things.
|While the rest of the class was doing their logo assignment, I resurrected my|
old logo and gave it a new skin and did some better renders.
|After watching a video explaining how to do portal lights in Maya, I was|
dying to try it. This was my attempt. I have to say that I'm not displeased
with the result.
|This was a product of my messing around with refractions in class.|
|This was me just messing around in class. This is Fred the Robot and he is|
made only with polygon primitives.
|I wanted to work on something doable for a while so I made a stand for my|
Samurai sword. The little arms are even covered in felt so it doesn't scratch
my scabbard. :)
|I made this yesterday because I wanted to figure out how to use translucence|
in say a lamp shade. I like the way it turned out.
Well, I hope that this post gave you a little window into my world. Keep it real, people! :)