Design is quite a interesting course at my university. Problem is, they make you develop tons of projects every week. Right now I'm developing:
- A flying motorbike, based on the Hiller VZ-1 hovering platform, with renderings, scale model, technical drawings and everything
- A sofa, based on the sleeping net of american natives, also with renderings and etc
- Shoes. Yap, as we could choose, I choose to make a ninjutsu tabi boot with non-newtonian fluids to protect the wearer feet while fighting. Also renderings, technical drawings and etc.
To make my time shorter, I also got a paying job, to make some illustrations for a laboratory manual. It's not really my style of drawing (aka. no nude girls, muscular guys with machineguns, armored dudes or monsters...), but it's a paying job that can go into a portfolio and open some doors to me, so I took it anyway.
As vacations are at door, I gave myself a Christmas gift. I saw some Warhammer 40k kits in a RPG store in my city (quite rare! I bet the owner mistook them for ordinary Roleplaying Game miniatures...) and bought them. As soon as my vacations arrive I will assemble and paint some Chaos Space Marines and Necrons (I don't have a Necron army, but they look so cool to paint )