The concept is great! The abduction, though clearly presented, isn't a central (or close up) point of focus, allowing the background much more prominence. So that it seems to me, more disturbing by far, as if it were captured by an unwitting photographer. That feeling of weird reality is what I love about this.
I'd love to learn how to use a tablet, myself. (it's on my list of things to do, lol)
ANTHONY!!! You finally made it, it is good to hear from you man, I miss tracking our progress in the class...
Yeah sorry i didn't have a way of getting in touch to explain what was going on :/ I asked Jose to let you know I got kicked out... Since then I have been using our free membership to Digital Tutors, which I didn't know we had through AAU
So through Digital Tutors, I've been treating it like I'm still in school, and working on assignments every week
I'm glad you like this one, I just got my first tablet last week(wacom pen and touch), and I am absolutely loving it... its like a whole new perspective into how I approach art.
That's lame for the school to just up and kick you out when we only had 6 weeks left.. They could have let you finish the semester..
Where did you find the Digital Tutors on AAU's site? As I never knew it was offered to us.. So how long are you able to use Digital Tutors? Anyway, that's good that you're keeping up with some form of training, as your persistence in wanting to learn will pay off in the end.
I know right? But whatever, its not like its gonna stop me now
As for Digital Tutors, I just happened upon it in the reference/training link (if memory serves correctly), but if you go directly to the site and log in you should already be a member. Mine for instance is EHOWINGT2@art.edu, and then put in your school password... it should work. Thats how it was for me, and I was like "why didn't they tell us this was available to us?!?!" I would have been using it a loooong time ago...