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Quick update:

- Got a new job! Now I have "Graphic Designer" as a job title! I'll post some stuff from work if I can.

- I'll be graduating from Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division this summer! With crippling student debt!

- Our summer trip is coming up and we're debating on going to Cali for Anime Expo 2013 or Seattle, Washington. Still deciding!
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  • Playing: Pokemon Black 2

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Sheila Antonio
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GREETINGS!

My name is Sheila. This is my DA Gallery that contains my personal work as well as projects from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division.
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OptimusSpine Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2011  Student Photographer
Just an FYI,
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I colored your lineart :D
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kaleidescopic Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
Sheila,

I don't see your flash animation on here. Did I miss it?
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kaleidescopic Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011
Hi Shiela,

I fell behind you. My husband passed away last November, so I had to take a break. Am half way into Physics now. Then I get back into 2d Animation. I miss seeing your work. I'm just now getting back into living.
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Fltr-Rndr-SteakSauce Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Hey there this is Scott Severance from your 3D camera and lighting class. Great to have you in class. Love the gallery! Great job on everything and keep it up. Maybe we will be fighting for the same job some day huh? You have specific studios or developers you are already looking at?
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sajcfan Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Hola Scott! Apologies in advance if I don't reply as quickly. I rarely check my DA due to my work but if I had some downtime, I'll upload work from my previous classes.

I haven't really looked studios or developers at the moment. I'd like to focus on improving my skills and making a good portfolio before applying. I would like to work for an animation studio one day... Lol, we won't be fighting for the same job but it is a pretty competitive industry. I wish you luck on your class!
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Fltr-Rndr-SteakSauce Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Hey I had a question for you. I think I am now taking the class you just took. I know how to assign textures to an object but my question is how do you manipulate individual texture coordinates? Is that even possible? I have been using Unwrap UVW to map my textures in the past and this is really easy but I don't understand how you are supposed to assign individual textures coordinates to a specific face of a cube for example.


Sorry to bother you but I know you just did this class and did a good job at that so I was hoping you could help me out.

Scott
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sajcfan Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Hey Scott,

No prob, I'll try to explain this the best way I can since I'm pretty rusty (kinda sucks not having back-to-back 3D classes).

After you assign the Unwrap UVW modifier, go to PARAMETERS and click on EDIT to open the Edit UVW window. At this point, you'll have to rearrange and map the faces of the object so to do this, click on FACE under Unwrap UVW. Select one of the faces on the cube and that face will be highlighted in the Edit UVW window. You can now drag and move that face. Do the same with the rest of the faces and arrange them. Make sure to select all and resize them so they fit within that texture space (the blue square). Once you're done, go to TOOLS, then select RENDER UVW TEMPLATE and then RENDER UV TEMPLATE. Save that as a jpg so that you can texture and paint it in Photoshop.

Hope that helps! It's probably incorrect but that's the basic way I would do it o_O
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Imthenats Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Hai. Happy Birthday! Hope it's great. :D :party:
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JNetRocks Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2010
Hey there! This is Jeanette Mathews from your Computer 3D Modeling/Animation II class. :) I came on to check out your link to your gallery and thought I would post a brief hello!
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sajcfan Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Hi Jeanette! Good to have you in class. I checked out your gallery too, very nice!
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