Entering now to log a low point in production. This semester, my sketchbooks don't have a lot of work to do. What does appear in them is half-developed code.
Art and interactivity aren't as integrated on the web as they should be. Artist looking at spreading their own work should also look at the code supporting it, and this isn't something easy to start believing in.
While as an artist you might simply want your Adobe products to speak directly to the internet, forming a directly proportional environment to the page that appears on anyone's monitor, it's not even a distress that such a thing isn't so simple.
A site combining multiple scri
I'm back at college, and back off schedule.
A small contribution of art may actually be forthcoming, though. I have a camera now, and it might be worth taking snapshots of first-semester classwork before scoring campus for a big enough scanner. (doesn't exist)
My pantry [drawer] is restocked, my dirty bastard amount of crap is in place after the holidays. I've got no ties and no qualms and room to go up.
I'm excited to get back to campus organizations, but it feels rather strange to post seriously on the Game Design group's [hello kitty themed] board, as nobody really uses it. I realize I'm part of the problem in that regard.