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April 28th, 2011 #14
D'Aw. At least the ocean has pretty fish that could be used for studies...? [/optimism]
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I think I will be getting $4628 refunded in check from TAP award. Enough to buy wacom cintiq (hehe). Of course that is assuming they do get refunded. Well I guess I can just use my current $526 to sign up. See you guys there.
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April 28th, 2011 #16
Tempting, actually... (what the hell, it costs less than the camera I'm trying to persuade myself to buy.) Terrible timing, though. I'll be in the middle of a huge job at exactly that time, the way things are going, blargh... (Well, not totally blargh, 'cause I get paid. But blargh, because this would be a great opportunity to brush up on so many things.)
I suppose there's a fair amount of homework and class time and all that? (There's some possibility I'd be insane enough to try and squeeze it into my schedule.)
April 29th, 2011 #17
April 29th, 2011 #18
Order didn't go through. I have to use those... Phones... To do it correctly... /Shudder. I hate phones. /whine/whine
Edit: Or maybe they are still processing it... Dunno.
Last edited by velderia; April 29th, 2011 at 07:27 PM.
April 29th, 2011 #19
Incredible- I'm currently a student at SVA for animation so if I find myself staying in the city for the summer I'll definitely check this out.
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May 1st, 2011 #20
Sounds amazing, Elwell! Unfortunately for me, that's way too far away...I hope you get some good students though who'll benefit from all the info!
May 8th, 2011 #21
The order didn't go through (wrong browser I guess...?). It might be an omen because my parents are moving and they need to save money and I would feel like a complete jackass for making them spend at a time like this, even if it's for my education. There was a payment they had to make that they didn't expect and when I heard the amount they had to pay, my brain nearly imploded. ( 5000... )
Though, I hope those classes go well for you, Elwell.
May 24th, 2011 #22
Seems there's a whole bunch of people who, like me, would love to be there, but are unable to go. Although Elwell might go round on an awesome tour, and we could all one day be his adoring rabble of art groupies, it's pretty unlikely.
Thus, why not beg for something slightly more possible? Text or video tutorials on some of the basics, or better still, some DVDs made with Jason Manley and such. Just an idea.
May 24th, 2011 #23
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May 27th, 2011 #25
I live in NYC, but I teach a class on Monday evenings. What a shame! If you ever teach a class on another night of the week, I'll be there!
Just another old dog learning new tricks.
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artwork for "the guard", a webcomic that I am illustrating
June 2nd, 2011 #26
Do you do this class often or should I just get my butt back to NYC and take it this time around? I feel like missing the foundation classes in illustration left me with gaping holes I should patch.
Right now I'm out of state working on that proposal for the publisher. Yes, STILL working on that. They keep saying "fantastic!, can we have more?" Which is THINK is good but it's taking so long I really have no idea at this point.
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My goal: To get good enough to post in the Finally Finished Forum.