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As our time closes at Eyebeam (for now!) we're getting a little teary-eyed, but want to finish our residency here SUPER STRONG.
As of right now, I do have a concept for a project-- It's called SO STEREOTYPICAL!!1
It's a comedic way to talk about racism and stereotypes that are placed on the citizens (or illegal aliens FROM OUTER SPAAACE) here in America. I don't know how I'm going to execute this idea, but I'll figure out some way to get it done. Or maybe I'm just being super secretive and won't tell you, dear reader, because I don't want you to steal my idea.
Whatever floats your boat.
I'm working with caraballo-farman on Object Breast Cancer, I believe materializing these tumors in either photoshop and/or 3D studio Max. Their website is right hurrr: http://www.eyebeam.org/people/caraballo-farman. It's super cool, and you should check it out.
I *might* also be working with the queen bee of Robotics, Dustyn Roberts. I was able to meet her, and she's prettay awesome, if I don't say so myself. I might be helping her out with her book, on how to teach Robotics to artists who can't even wrap their heads around the concepts (and neither can I!) If I do get to work with her, and help her out, I'm pretty stoked about the future.
For right now, I'm floating in the sea of opportunities, biting on all the lines to see which boat I'm going to land on that will eventually take me into the tuna factory that will eventually end up on a college's sandwich.
Metaphors sound tasty, don't they?
P.S. DJ /Rupture has some dope stuff out, including this stellar animation. This is the sole reason why I want to do animation.
But this is cool, too. A single pen!
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