Good morning my good friends it’s Adam Windham coming to you live from the deathly quite CAC.C studio in Charleston South Carolina It’s a warm 61 degrees outside, and it looks like it’s going to be a beautiful day….. Please enjoy it for me because it will be over by the time I get out of here, but that’s fine by me, sleeping is boring. Big day tomorrow, we have our last desk crits before we take our designs to the man himself MOTOI YAMAMOTOOOOO! Yup, thats right, we will have him sitting in live via Skype on our review early monday morning 9:30 am. It’s going to be a doosey, so make sure you tune in tusday morning to get the scoop what goes down.
So it’s just me up here tonight and I have FINISHED the base of our site model finally. It’s pretty darn sexy if I do say so myself. Its an interesting situation to have the responsibility of taking on a key part of any project that everyone is depending on you for, but don’t worry, I had help ( thank you Sam). It was quite a challenge building this base and I’m sure you’re thinking it can’t be that hard…. oh yes it can! It seems that if it can go wrong it will go wrong. Another interesting thing to think about is the importance of this base, this foundation, it needs to be represented at a much higher level than most modeled floors because what we are designing is intended to help you get a better view of the artist’s work, which in this case happens to be on the floor. Throughout this task of building the base I have run into a few problems and I have been frustrated with, but now that it is finished, it is better than I had imagined. It brings with it a sense of accomplishment and pride, so I welcome the challenges of studio, because in the long run its what makes studio so fun.
Well, now that the base is done and Artimey has all the walls and things cut out on the laser cutter we are basically done. Minji and Elise have laid out such a good template with directions, it will be like putting together Ikea furniture. So no worries, we are well on our way now, I just have to get to work on my group’s project!