Although I've been away from it for awhile, this blog originally was intended to follow my learning and design process throughout my education at UNCG. Now, I'm using it as an easy way to get my work out there and let potential investors and superfans get a glimpse at my design process and breadth of knowledge. Of course, I'm always adding new, old, and new/old content so keep checking back!
I enjoy how quickly you can see progress from a blocky, non-realistic looking space to a space that one might actually be able to use!! I'm still working on a few details - I'd like to add some ontourage (like books on the shelves) and play with the lighting some more.
Not bad for a first draft!
What else would I like to learn about photoshop, illustrator, and autocad?
I'd like to learn more about vectors and vector based programs. Right now I have a vague understanding of how curves are made in vector based programs but I'd like to learn how to make my curve be of a specific size and angle. I'd also like to learn how to do more photo-realistic rendering in photoshop, such as proper lighting effects. I'd like to master the concept of masks and layering to make myself more efficient. In autocad I'd like to learn more about rendering plug-ins and how to use keyboard shortcuts.