Saturday, October 4, 2008

Let's see... first the questionnaire, and then some room pictures...

1.)What have you been doing post-graduation (art-wise or life-wise) and what are your plans for the next few months?

When you guys graduated I was still short some credits, so for the summer I attended Millersville University to complete graduation requirements, and received my diploma at the end of August. Attending class at MU was very different from attending class at MICA, much more "normal", I guess, and strange, I missed seeing familiar faces.

Then after a few lazy weeks I found a job at a local photography studio, where I've been working since. The pay for fiddling around in Photoshop all day is decent, and having much less free time to work on illustration has made me use that time better. Oddly enough I've been more productive then in those weeks when I wasn't working.

2.)Where have you moved to (be specific: ex."hampden") ? Are you happy/excited/frustrated/ disappointed by your new location? Is there something about this new place you wanna advertise, or warn us about? (Ex. great Tex-Mex food, bad public transportation)

Home. I moved back home to Lititz/Lancaster[Amish] County, PA, and I'm probably the only one who would rather be in the city. :) (I like having people around, and at least the sounds, though they might be disturbing, are recognizable in the city.) But it's really not bad at all being home.

3.)Is there something you have created since you graduated you would like to share? (it doesn't have to be an illustration)

I renovated my website. It's fall-ish now. :3

4.)Which specific color have you been using/thinking about the most lately?

For a while in the summer I was really into mint green/lime green/off white.

5.)Tell us something about you that has changed since we last met.

I've been wearing my hair part to the side. Which is only a big deal for me because it's always been parted in the center.

And some pictures. That is the room in which I live, and that is the view from the window.
I am a mess, I know :)


Judith Uzcategui said...

how lucky you are to have such a beautiful scenery so close to home. It must be very peaceful to live there.

p.s. your minty greenwalls are adorable.

Rebecca Bastian said...

Your room is so MEG <3