Well I took a bit of an hiatus during the summer, but I'm back, and ready to go! The first day of classes started this week, and it is going to be an intense quarter.
First, I have actually been doing some work over the summer, collaborating with others and planning things out. I did manage to finish one book, and start another (look at the Dresden Files), finished a slew of games, volunteered at SIGGRAPH 2013 as a Student Volunteer, visited Downtown Disney in Anaheim, and helped my brother move into a new house many states away. I am currently working on putting together a collaborative short animation to do for fun, but the majority of the work will start next summer, since I now have a huge animation project to continue.
This quarter at SCAD, I am taking a Models and Shaders programming class, which teaches Pixar's Renderman, and i am super excited! I also have a Photography class; always a good way to expand your horizons and get a different view of lighting and composition. Finally, I am taking Senior I, which is actually the second out of 4 classes dedicated to working on the senior film at SCAD. The first class was Concept development, followed by 2 quarters of production (Senior I and II), and finally finishing with Post-Production. I am also helping a few others with their projects, trying to get more lighting and texturing/shading behind my belt.
Since we are starting actual production now, and I already have some people interested in helping with my project, I am using a free online tool called Trello to keep organized. It works on any web browser, plus it has apps for my iPad and iPhone! If you are ever working on a project, especially a collaborative one, check it out! It even connects to Google Docs and Dropbox. I am also creating a new blog to chronicle the development and production of the short. I have added a new tab to my blog, but you can also check it out at LastLightFilm.blogspot.com.
So for now I will leave you with a picture of a lantern I've been working on for another senior project by Michelle Ionescu. I'll post a link when I get one from her. I mainly focused on the glass, getting a bumpy frosted glass feel. Enjoy!
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