It's true. I don't like making up my mind. I went back to illustrating in Flash. As much as I had fun using illustrator, not having it on my mac makes it displeasing enough to forget it (for now). Just makes sense, plus I have more control.
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
I really like illustrator, here's a picture I'm currently working on. I have a super old version at home (8)- but at work I have cs4. Why adobe products so expensive for people to use as home versions?? It's not like I'm making money doing this. And my work paid for my cs4 suite, so I feel like I should be able to use that same serial number at home. Bah to you Adobe. Bah.
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Thursday, March 5, 2009
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
I've been researching geodesic domes for a set design of a cloud city. One of the scenes of the rock opera Justin and I have been working on takes place in a city in the clouds. I'm currently working on a sculpture of my version of a 'cloud 9' city - largely inspired by a proposed plan for a tensegrity sphere city dreamed up by Buckminster Fuller.
These are some of the images I've used for inspiration, my own pictures will follow soon as I'm still working out my materials and blue prints.