Today I bring you an experiment in sound editing and creating a story with only original sources. I used this as a chance to learn how my microphone and computer talk to each other. Which is not well/at all. My computer does not recognize and cannot understand 3 different input sources. From research it is because of the USB connection I used. With my phone there is an adapter that overwrote the problem allowing me to record. It came out with the quality of audio expected, while being a pain to transfer files from my phone to my computer. However, I’m used to taking another step, as you always need to while using your own photos.
Below you will find the story of The Orchard House. With one of the furry residences pictured, Gaia.
Today I’m bringing y’all a nice resource I use when I need idea’s or help with a design. Chris Spooner is a Graphic Designer based in the UK with an awesome blog. His Blog is Spoon Graphics https://blog.spoongraphics.co.uk and is jam packed with information. He has free tutorials on Photoshop and Illustrator ranging from cutting hair away too creating your own syfy phaser. The tutorials are simple to understand with step by step pictures and descriptions. I’ve noticed that there are some repeats, so if you don’t get the first post you stumble onto, you can find an older one that maybe easier to understand. Another plus is all the free brushes, textures, vectors, and occasionally presets. He also has a member subscription where you gain access to 700 Vectors, 100 Mockups, 400 Textures, 900 Icons, 300 Brushes, 7 Fonts, 300 Actions, and 100 Source Files. Since I’ve downloaded his free subscriber bundle, with a mix of a 100 files from each category above, I can say his file organization is near perfect. It’d be perfect if it was labeled exactly how I need it for the work I’m doing. His content is high quality and holds up in print. With his skills it wouldn’t surprise me if the website was built from the up.
Good day to you all who are reading this. When I first got to Lane I didn’t know about a lot of the resources I know about now. So, here are 12 resources at Lane that you can use and a bonus of the Turkeys fighting so loud that 5 people came to investigate.
The Equipment Checkout Counter in Building 18. You can walk right through the front doors and see it.
When you find Equipment Check Out, you can look up and see a classroom that secretly holds a blue screen set.
If you venture to the second floor of Center Building you’ll find the Center for Student Engagement. If you get lost, or need help, someone there can usually help you figure it out. They also have free popcorn.
One of my favorite places to visit on campus is the Main Art Gallery in Building 11. You can always find beautiful art, that’s different each term.
One other nice thing you’ll find there is Student Artist Books in our Art-O-Mat in the same building,
If you venture into the Library you might find a worker gasping over the amount of overdue books I have.
On Lane’s Campus we have a lot of art, one of the pieces is really cool it stand in, just for this view. It’s next to Building 30
If you ever find yourself lost as to which classes to take, right next to the Art-O-Mat is The Art Division Office.
If you need to use Adobe Software at Lane, look no further then the Library’s Media Creation Lab.
If you are a Media Arts Student, you’ll need to know Judy Gates, and you’ll quickly see all of her cute ducks. You can find her in Building 11.
In Building 18 You’ll see Teresa Hughes monster art collection, she will also get you a co-op and possibly a job.
In building One You can find the Student Unions, Student Government, and the Multicultural Center.
And if you go to lane you’ll know we’re the Titans, but honestly we should be the Turkeys.