Two point perspective assignment for Design class. Ahhh… stairs are brutal until I figured out what I was supposed to do. XD Still working on it.
We were given a storyboard panel and told to fix the perspective mistakes and make it accurate with personality. I still need to add/fix the railing and add a table. Hopefully I find some nice references I can use. :)
Q:Hello! did you take Algonquin's pre-animation course before getting into the animation program?
No I didn’t. I applied for the animation program and got in on the first try. However I worked really hard on my portfolio for about four months and went to the Animation portfolio workshops to get it critiqued before applying. Most of the people in my class are from the Pre-animation course, probably about 75% of the students are from there and only about 25% or so got in without the course.
Trueee dat! Newfoundlanders only know how to open milk properly.
You make two holes on the top, on opposite sides.
Either with the end of a screwdriver hit on the back end with a hammer, or with a can opener with the hole then opened up with a screwdriver or similar. Pretty well every household around here that I’ve been to has a screwdriver that ends in a point, instead of a bit, in a kitchen drawer for this purpose.
Basically we use condensed milk in tea and coffee and stuff, so we can’t have the whole can open or pouring would be a nightmare.
I think most people on the mainland and elsewhere use tinned milk just for baking and cooking? So it kind of makes sense to open the tin as in the picture, but around here it’s mostly for adding to drinks.