A friend linked me these because he thought they’d be relevant to me, he was extremely correct. If these pieces of advice aren’t relevant to you, improve yourself until they are.
A good chunk of Tumblr could benefit from this.
I had to apply several of these to myself and it was the best thing I could ever do with my life.
First this on Sunday, then a caterpillar lands on my chest while walking to class. It’s spring all right. #spider #mylyfewithbugs
Clearly I always hang out in the wrong neck of the woods. Or incests are just attracted to me? :/ #spider #notagain
Communicator earring! I’m gonna make its mate for my Rian after I get home tomorrow.
My Makai Knight is a pimp who makes me jewelry. That is all.
Second Prototype: At Scale
Woahhhhh! For my mid-point presentation, I wanted to at least get one prototpye that was at scale. Whipped this out of cardboard with some cardboard tubes, and MAN…at scale prototypes can teach you a lot. Mainly, “Holy smokes this thing is going to be huge.”
The really awesome news was even out of cardboard, the proportions that followed a European brown bear allowed the bear to stand on all fours without any help! (for the first few hours, then it began sagging and etcetc haha)
The rod puppetry idea was really successful, and a takeaway I received was the bottom feet need to be heavier than the top. I’ve been pondering this a lot, but I’m think it might be possible to have a human in there controlling the puppet…again, musing. There’s definitely enough space.
My third prototype I like will explore this idea more, have a base made from wood, and incorporate more aesthetics.
If you ever wonder what I do in school, here’s my second senior project prototype!
If you want to learn more or want to follow my progress for the next few months, follow projectDB2014’s blog!