26 November, 2013

Tuesday; Disposable 3.0




As always, the omnipotent Abercrombie and it's jugs and fries and hordes of poor uni students enticed a bunch of us enough to go there after our final exhibition (the one I forgot to stick up here). This is my favourite set of photos. This is it.

There'll be drawings up soon enough, and then probably my Christmas and New Year photos after that. At least I'm posting.

I'm still knitting that stupid scarf. I've been knitting it for four years and it's still around the length of my arm (ie. not very long). On the other hand, I finally finished Steve Job's biography, which I started at the beginning of last year and never touched again (until the last few days). I have also had a few battles with Telstra (again) so now we're at a point where I have a specific person assigned to me to contact when Telstra inevitably screws me over, again.
I'm highly excited for my Christmas break from work so I can finally animate.



That's about it,
Annie.

25 November, 2013

Monday; Disposable 2.5





The glorious, everlasting Abercrombie. We're there for lunch, for jugs and for schnitzels, so it's appropriate for us to go there immediately following our last critique of the year. Our tutors came along, and many of the photos have their fantastic faces in them (but just to be safe from their pointing fingers I'll exclude them for now).

Next up is my favourite set of all photo sets. Look forward to it, because eventually I just left the camera in the middle of the table and people took all sorts of strange photos with it.



Holiday greetings,
Annie.

21 November, 2013

Thursday; Disposable 2.0




Before the drawings there are always more photos. There are two more cameras on their way, and these kind of lead up to those exhibition photos. I didn't put up a poster for the exhibition because I completely forgot, but you'll know all about it in a week or two (via photos). Or at least part of what happened at the Abercrombie afterwards.

That's it, really. I've been going to work (kids are crazier than usual) a lot and sleeping and doing more of the same knitting as always, and bits of reading, too.
Life's good, animation's hard and Christmas break is soon (more time to go to uni what a great world we live in design 24/7 all day every day).



I will always love you,
Annie.