Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Seven Hours Till Critique.


Finished.
Originally uploaded by jtpuck.

I mounted my last illustration this morning and now all is complete. Here's the place where I usually work, granted it's not always this messy. Printer/scanner in the back, my iBook, sketch paper, drawers of materials, wire racks for books and such. Note the tall 5 shelf stand in the foreground. Always had that upstairs in my bedroom until Ian moved in. Realized it would work great at my desk. I had one shelf for each class, making my notes, printouts, and handouts easy to separate.

There's a "New Yorker" cover I did for class taped to the wall, 3 books and some display boards piled underneath the stack of books on the top shelf. This keeps them tight and flat. Also, there's my promotional poster for the Typeface I designed. It's a 5' tall Doric Column, looks great from across the room. And just like any Portfolio Center student during studio/critique week, I've got my list posted of projects to finish and things to do. Thankfully, all tasks have been marked complete. Now if I can just figure out what to say...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good luck, Puck.
-Ryan

minus five said...
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minus five said...

you seem too organized to be an actual pc student. are you sure you're not an impostor?

i hope your critique went well or that it was, at least, laughable enough for you.

Jason said...

I know, I know, you're not the first person to say that...but Thank you. My last critique actually went really well. It was the least controversial from all of them. They didn't say much, but what they did say was worth a million bucks.

Anne-Davnes said...

So how are you feeling now? How'd it go?