niversity time is almost here again! It's crazy that a month from now, I'll be back to the ol' make-art-until-your-fingers-bleed life again. I'm kind of excited, though for this quarter's classes; I'm dropping my minor, so now I can take a ceramics elective! I adore making ceramics, although I'm not mighty good at it, so it'll be nice for some one-on-one instruction in a small class. I'm just happy because I managed to snag the last seat in the class without having to reorganize my entire schedule hehehe~ And I'll of course be taking another Illustration class, as well as an English elective that includes works from Thoreau, Emerson, and Whitman; Transcendentalism was my favorite unit ever taught in any English course that I've taken, period. And I have an apartment-styled dorm this year, so I can actually cook for myself //yay no cafeteria food
nto other topics, I'm going to try, once again, to get my page cleaned up! I want to put a lot of my old, ugly art into storage, and redesign my frontpage a little. If anyone knows of a good, easy way to do pretty custom coding, please let me know. I'd love to have a nice, new photo format going on. And I have to edit the text in Photoshop or something - the text I installed isn't compatible with my MacBook, so I have to figure it out. It looks ugly and huge when I look at it on my MacBook, so I need to do something about it.
n order to challenge my work, too, I think I'm going to try some of those "redraw this" challenges. Or one of those 30 days challenges. Or something. Does anyone know of any good challenges that I can try? I worked on a new promo piece to try to get commissions for album art, and I did submit it and then immediately take it down, but I think I'm going to try to animate it. Is making everything in it's own frame in Photoshop the easiest method? I also haven't forgotten about the anatomy tutorial and kiriban prize! I'll slowly get back in gear and get those up before I go back to university for sure!