Monthly Archives: November 2011

Monday’s Lecture: Evan Roth

Last Monday Evan Roth came to talk to us and introduced me to the hack.  Of course I am familiar with the term “hacking” as it pertains to computers, but Evan provided a much broader definition.  According to Evan Roth, … Continue reading

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Helicopter!

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Wine Glass

  Here is my glass!

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Maya vs. Photoshop

Maya and Photoshop  are alike in that at the beginning of this class I was completely new to both of them.  However, they are totally and completely different as I  become more comfortable with them.  Photoshop was more intuitive to … Continue reading

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Monday’s lecture: Maya Introduction

This Monday in lecture we got our first look at Maya.  It was both awesome and intimidating at the same time.  First, we saw how to make a simple object, the wine glass, using simple polygons.  The professor made it … Continue reading

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Project 3 Critique

We are still not yet done critiquing project 3, but what we have critiqued so far has been very interesting.  Many people showed a transformation of self in their projects and connected strong ideas to their work.  For example, one … Continue reading

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Project 3 Progress

I have decided to create a series of self portraits that reflect the people who have made me who I am.  I have overlayed images of my family members on my own face.  It has worked nicely that we seem … Continue reading

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