As my winter break is starting to wind down, I decided it was about time to enroll in my spring classes. It may seem like I’ve been working on my degree forever, and I kind of have – I’m taking classes about 3 at a time because that’s what my financial aid allows. After this semester, I’ll have exactly 10 classes left until I’ll have my BFA and can start working on getting NCIDQ certified. This semester I’m taking Fabric & Fiber Technology, History of American Illustration, and Sustainable Design. I’ve been feeling pretty burned out with school and antsy to finish, but I did get my copy of my Associate’s degree in the mail a few months ago – so that sort of made me feel like all of my work (and $$) was going towards something..
Anyway, I don’t think I’ve really blogged much about my school, or any of my projects, which is odd since it’s been such a big part of my life. So I decided to post a bit of what I’ve worked on over the past few years.
These are just a few of the things I found stashed away in my school folder on my laptop. Most of my work is on our desktop computer.. maybe I should upload it all to flickr. Oh, one of these days..
It’s been a long, long ride, but I’m really happy that I can draft a floorplan by hand or with AutoCAD, make cut sheets & color boards like nobodies business, and all of the other valuable things that I’ve
gone into immense debt for learned.
I have some pretty big news to share later this week, so check back!