the time-traveling loveseat is a project I started when I realized my loveseat travels time. not into the past, only into the near future where early afternoons become late nights in the blink of an eye. this blog was started to use that time travel in a more productive way, with an emphasis on learning and practicing new, everyday design.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

school, oof.

I think my title says enough. It's midnight and I still have homework to do. Does this mean my time on the loveseat has been productive? Yes and no.

Yes, because I have been working very hard on getting an online portfolio together (stay tuned!) and the time spent working on it goes faster than ever. But no, because it's times like this that I realize I still have a bit of homework to do. This, and a lot of other projects I need/would like to get started (and then done).

So here's a little snapshot, quick look into a concept I'm pulling together for my portfolio, just a few simple vector drawings of some significant Minneapolis skyscrapers. I find I'm getting much more comfortable using Illustrator, so that is a major plus. Like I said, stay tuned for the final project. Until then, I'm hoping to post at least twice a week with new designs (if not small ones, like this).

1 comment:

  1. one of the great things i learned in school was to take a sketchup model and put it in rhino, and then export the different views into illustrator where you could change all the line weights and stuff. You can also do this with a CAD drawing but starting with sketchup your guaranteed a 3d image that is more realistic