document. document. document.

Well, we all met as a studio out on the beautiful veranda this afternoon.  We discussed the schedule for the rest of the semester, but mostly talked about our next deadline which is Wednesday December 1st.   After Studio U presents their final schemes on Wednesday, we will present our documentation for both projects. Becca … Continue reading

“The Red Badge of Courage” in Relation to Studio V

Thanksgiving break is upon us and most of the studio has settled back at their homes for the week, or are off campus somewhere else. I let loose a sigh of relief knowing that the next few days will be filled with family, food, and football (the American Thanksgiving Trifecta) and not with welding, grinding, … Continue reading

Studio V would like to say thank you

After a very eventful weekend, including a screening of a few Saturday night football games at Jim’s on our structure… yeah, that happened.  It was just great to unwind after this jampacked semester as a studio and take a moment to appreciate all of our hard work.  Of course, Monday approached, and with two days … Continue reading

Super-duper. Sweet-action. Awesome.

Greetings and Salutations! Since the viewing of Citizen Architect on last Thursday, we have had some exciting happenings. First and foremost, the day following the big screening marked our project review. Notable and esteemed individuals included Mark Sloan from the Halsey, Ray Huff from the CAC.C, Jeff Johnston from SMHA (a former student of the … Continue reading

wow!

Watching the movie. Despite everything, this is an incredible experience and a heck of an angle on this beautiful screen.  Normally, I can be a man of many words, but I think this picture pretty much says it all.  Great night for a movie in the park. Go Studio V!

Promoting the Event: Poster-Making on the Letterpress

About a week ago several of us collaborated on ideas for an ad about our event to appear in the City Paper.  In addition to the ad, we decided to print a number of promotional posters to hang up around the town.  The four of us who had been involved were privileged to take a … Continue reading

All on TEST

During these days almost all the parts have been build and assembled into right way. And we tested trailer, structure and screen. Every thing works well, but still some tiny issues have been found during the tests. So, we made a list for all the parts to be fixed.2 days left,  Get ready to push … Continue reading

Most Productive Weekend Ever

So, Pastre definitely wasn’t kidding when he said that we got a lot done this weekend. As of just a mere moments ago (approximately 2am), we successfully attached both arms to the base and erected both sides manually with almost no kinks. I believe the only parts we are lacking at this point  are the … Continue reading

Tired but Excited

I almost didn’t post tonight.  It’s been a long weekend and I am exhausted, but a lot of progress has been made I need to mention.  Almost all of the parts have been made for the movie screen and we are planning on standing the structure up for the first time tomorrow.  The trailer is … Continue reading

Ironing out (and sanding out) the kinks before the BIG DAY

We spent today at JMO primarily focusing on the “little things,” which if not perfected, could become BIG problems later on. I personally spent the day glued to an orbital sander making sure all our arms and legs were perfectly smooth and would fit together without a problem. I have a feeling I’m going to … Continue reading