|FC315A||Life Drawing for Animation||Sechrist, Rad||1.50||T 7:30pm to 10:30pm||PALACE|
|FC360||Visual Development||Keene, Lisa||2.00||F 4pm to 7pm||A108|
|FC400A01||2D Character Animation IV||Haycock, Randy||3.00||M 7pm to 10pm||A116|
|FC455A02||Advanced Story||Favela, Eric||1.50||W 7pm to 10pm||LANGLY|
|FC465A02||Professional Preparation IV||Ventura, Valerio||1.50||Th 2pm to 4pm||A109|
|FE303||Alternative Stop Motion Techniques||Dyer, Eric||2.00||Th 9am to 12 Noon||BB#4|
|FE360||Intermediate Concepts of Stop Motion||Brooker, Musa||3.00||Th 7pm to 10pm||BB#4|
|FE361||Art of Animation in Czech Tradition||Furniss/Hobaica||2.00||0am to 0am|
|TP030-08||Sewing Basics||Potter, Karen||2.00||F 10:10am to 12 Noon||COSTUM|
|TP607||History of Fashion||Mickelsen, David||2.00||M 9:40am to 12 Noon||D309|
As you can see, I added a lot more stop-motion classes this time around. It's hard for me to grasp my change in focus since I came in wanting to do more 2-D animation. I still love 2-D, but I don't think it is my strongest asset. I'm not the best draftsman. I like putting in holds more than I should while animating.
I feel like every year I change my emphasis a little bit. I did more CG last year and tried modeling in Maya for the first time. It's interesting but I miss feeling a real object. I will still keep animating in Maya for practice.
I'm finishing my blog post about my trip to Prague over the summer. I got to meet some amazing stop-motion studios and individuals there. It might be the reason why I changed.