Tuesday, 22 January 2013

And so it begins- my final module

Well, what can I say? As regular readers of my blog will know, I've taken a break over the Christmas holidays. It was a nice time to recuperate after the stresses of my last project, and now I'm all geared up to go full-throttle into Specialist Study 2- my final degree animation.

Of course, this is in the very early stages at the moment, with the module only just having launched. I'm bouncing a few ideas around and drafting out a few stories. When they're fleshed out a bit more, I'll be looking for feedback and opinions on what direction I should take, so stay tuned!


In the meantime, I've just created my new model making portfolio, and I'm really pleased to say there has been a lot of positive interest so far! Check it out here!

As always, I'll keep you posted on my progress as and when things develop.

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  2. Thanks Jon! I'm delighted with the response to my portfolio, people really seem to like it!

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