Hmm... Well... Where to begin... Will try to keep things short I guess.
- This year has been a long one, came across many different folks from many different backgrounds, be it school or otherwise, and many I can say I'm really happy to have made an acquaintance with.
- School's been good for the most part, a bit of changes in the school's 'command' structure though, but I think the changes have been mostly for the better, despite the very rough start.
- School ends at March, and truth be told, its quite exciting, somethign I'm looking forward to and not at the same time...
Gonna be leaving Vancouver, and truth be told, its a diffi
Not sure of how to describe the experience, but it was... surreal, I think. All happened so fast somehow.
Was on my way back from school, and the green man lit up, so I started crossing a 4-lane wide street. I guess, just when I stepped into the 3rd lane, a car (I think it was a Toyota sedan of sorts) was travelling (from 11 o'clock) towards the cross junction (Pender and Abbott Street crossing), and by halfway through the 3rd lane, I realized the car was making a curve towards me at 9 o'clock.
I basically reacted instinctively I think, as there was barely any time to think. Swerved my body facing the car and took nearly 3 skips backwards.
As some of you might have known, I've stated my 3D animation course this year and am using both XSI SoftImage and Maya for 3D animation.
As of late, I've been guiding a few of my classmates behind the logic related to the 3D animation assignment that we'll be tested on in Maya, and how the Graph Editor in Maya works for all this.
Last night however, I woke up to a nightmare. I was going through someone's Graph Editor and could see what was going on with it: It was a big mess, and I could see where the animation was going without even looking at it just by looking at the graph editor.
Right then and there, I woke up wide eyed, flabbergasted