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Posts tagged ‘Ryan Frasquillo’

12
Mar

Shark Tank… NOM NOM NOM….

I could not come up with a good title so I thought this was a great idea since were munching up ideas during our shark tank meetings. I have to say that I was pretty impressed with a lot of the groups creative ideas in representing their artists’ work. U saw some amazing sketches and ideas being bounced off of one another a lot. All in all, I would say the meetings were successful for most of you because seeing your vlogs I could see a lot of the ideas you had either really stuck or inspired most. I can’t wait to see all of your actual architectures soon! Should be exciting!
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5
Mar

An Essay in an Art Class, WTF?

I’m pretty sure there were mixed reviews on writing an essay for this past weeks’ project. Some were rejoicing (because they rock at writing essays) or some (like me) were not rejoicing because writing is not our strong point. I was really proud of all the essays I read though. Grammatical errors are bound to pop up from time to time, but other than that Read more »

21
Feb

What’s an E-Portfolio?

This week, there seemed to be a lot of confusion on hat an e-portfolio is exactly. Glenn wanted everybody to prepare for life after college, in building an online portfolio of work that they had done or interests/skills that you have just in a public sense. A lot of the responses from the video blog said that they didn’t really want the public knowing about them that in a sense this e-portfolio was pointless. I found that response very interesting because when I first heard about this project, I was overjoyed with the fact that I could make myself more publicly known. Read more »

12
Feb

Project 1: The Beginning of The End

Better late then never!

Despite the issues we had the first week of posting projects, we finally got everything done. HURRAY!!!!

Project 1 is a chance to get a feel for what we’re going to be doing most of the semester, so some of you had a blast and some of you had some trouble, but it all turned out well in the end. There were some pretty awesome projects these first two weeks so let me run my favorites by you.
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