Monday, November 30, 2009

Yo to the Yo

Despite that deep self-realized thought, here's my perspective homework:

About time I uploaded something!


I have to slow down and play around in Character Design.

Tiffany Ford taught taught me to relax my approach to designing characters today, something my Character Design teacher failed to teach. John Mahoney, my illustration teacher, was right: art should be fun, and in turn I'll grow beyond those that treat it like an industrial task. Arem Pak, a bud of mine in Sacramento, taught me no one has the right to change who I am because of what I am.

Because of daily interaction, my friends know how I work, think, draw. Teachers only see pieces of myself, through my window their class. They have experience, sure, we're also smart, and we all know what someone else doesn't.

I can't do it alone.

I think that's something worth writing about.

Sunday, November 29, 2009


Just came back from Mexico. It was a blast. I took Kai Wu along with me, and I think he enjoyed it immensely too!

Well, back to the drawing board.

Thursday, November 19, 2009


Just woke up, and I need to get ready for class. Hopefully the teacher doesn't hold low esteem since I keep on having to make up my missed times on Friday. I'll be searching for the last place I can think of where I might have lost my wallet.

Starbucks, oh boy.

If worse comes to worse, I'll go to Student Affairs to buy a new ID for meal plans during the meantime.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009


I lost my wallet and I can't find it.

Today I pitched my storyboard for a chase scene. I shouldn't have procrastinated, even though I really did get close to finishing it digitally before scrapping it and starting over.

Sometimes being drastic in approach leads to better results. Hopefully I don't do it so close to class next time. I'll be drawing them over in Flash this weekend, along with working on Character Designs and my Perspective homework, both of which I vowed that I would put all my efforts into.

Personal Channeling

I need to start posting my ideas and thoughts more frequently out in the open.

Not many know how or what I think about, or more importantly, how I feel.

So here's a silly proposal: Every day I'll say what I've wanted to say about art or personal feelings so you can learn something new about me in a daily basis.

Cool? Sure.