This morning I got to fly a drone. HA! I need a lot of practice, but it was so much fun. I also got to talk with Kevin Finisterre who taught the drone class this semester and hopefully I’ll get to build one with him soon. Yeah, I have no idea what I’ll do with it, other than to bother people and terrorize my cats, but technology and learning! Yay! Though if I build one and somehow manage to film something with it and turn that into stop-motion… mwahahaha!
This is what I did instead of going to Charlotte’s wonderful class. Yay for molten metal! I have never worked on such a large scale and this was fantastic to watch. Have I mentioned how much I love science? And … Continue reading
Making stuff. Even without my utility knife. Which I need to cut my paper clay. Meh. Not the most expensive thing anyone’s ever stolen from me. I am trying out the bolt mold that Toby was able to 3d print. … Continue reading
The critique on Thursday was helpful, in the way that in explaining my process to others, I understood it a little better myself. There were some helpful pointers, some not so much and some comments that are making me think. Which is how a good critique is supposed to go, yes? Kaname liked the paper clay mesh. So I shall attempt to make another and integrate it into the piece. More glaze testing this week, because finding a rusty/ peeling black paint glaze is harder than it sounds. I love science!
Making paper pulp to add to my clay body. Yay for experiments and science. Yes, I know this is art school, but art can’t survive without science.