I’m really loving it. There’s less time for unrelated-to-graphic-design subjects and a little more focus to what we should be working on. So now we have a total of 6 hours for Illustrator and 6 for Photoshop. 3 for printing like usual, but I don’t really like it but its necessary so okay. I’m really glad there’s less history subject now. It’s nice but it gets complicated because of my lack of Italian.
I’ve had a really fun day today even though we had history for the first two class hours. I think I’m able to talk to the teachers a little clearer now and they’re helping me improve my language (meaning more grammatical book photocopies for me, but okay). Time really went by fast during that class.
Over Illustrator class we worked on making a unique looking outline to be printed as a folder. The professor had these really cool books with him all the time; just looking at the cover is really interesting. He let me have a look at it because I was the first one to finish the basic folder so I can have the inspiration to make a more complicated one.
So I made a puzzle piece-inspired folder. It took a while to sketch out how it would work out because I wanted the “piece” to stay together so it won’t open when not used. Doing it on Illustrator was a little easier though and I was able to finish and print it on A3. The professor then asked me to cut out my little paper folder to see how it would turn out. I felt really accomplished when I closed it and it “locked”. Too bad I wasn’t able to take a picture.
I also finally finished the drawing I’ve been working on. Check out “Vanity” on my art blog :3