yessss. I love when art history keeps me up all night…I’m in the bathroom trying to study. what a joke. thank you procrastination.
I remember when I was supposed to go to their concert with no doubt circa 7th grade and then my parents said no (of course my mom wouldn’t have objected if it was let’s say yo yo ma). Then both groups broke up which made me really upset and bitter. I’m glad to see them getting back together. Maybe this time i’ll actually get to see them in concert. oh my tween days.
So I’m sitting in time/motion class right now which in my opinion is tons better than 3d (and larry mitnick’s breath/lack of personal space/douche-bag essence). We just had our first critique on our abstract kinetic collages which were actually interesting. Now, we’re learning how to create a graphic novel for our next project…I just hope my images come out well and portray what I want to tell ( we can’t use words or speech balloons). There’s this guy outside on Broad St. singing aloud on his vespa scooter, it’s pretty amazing. The weather today was really sweet considering it was warm enough to just wear a sweater and it was groundhog day (too bad Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow today, I’m so sick of winter). So now we’re learning about how we can take inanimate objects and make them into characters (yeah, it’s kind of odd/obvious). Basically, if you make the Dasani plastic water bottle fall in love with the styrofoam cup, you get characters and make a story since you can relate to that feeling (whether it’s occured in the past, present or will occur in the future). Now we’re learning about linear/traditional directions and how Pulp Fiction and It’s a Wonderful Life aren’t traditional stories (George Bailey’s about to kill himself, thus starting in the middle). Yes, call me a dork but I might all of this stuff interesting and to tell you the truth I don’t know why i’m talking about my lesson plan in this post…I’ll post up my works once I get a working camera which probably won’t be in the near future.