Project 3: Summary 5/11/17

For this past week I learned four new songs entirely and attempted to learn a fifth but ran out of time trying to learn its entirety. I learned Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur, A Thousand Years by Christina Perri, I Don’t Know My Name by Grace Vanderwaal, All of Me by John Legend, and tried to learn Let Her Go by Passenger.

On Thursday (5/4) I learned Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur. This song consisted of a DUUDUUDDU strum pattern for the majority of the song up until the chorus where I had to play a DDUDU strum pattern. The chords used in this song were G, D, Em, and C. Overall, this song was a little tricky to nail. The strum pattern was extremely different than any of the other songs I’ve played in the past weeks. The chorus is the only part of the song that I feel 100% comfortable with playing. As for the visual, I wanted to play with the idea of two hands trying to hold on tight but are losing grip quickly. As for the colors, I wanted to represent love and with that assigned a red to the left hand and a pink to the right hand. As for the stars, I wanted to resemble a starry night as the saying “lets get lost in the stars together”.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: Say You Won’t Let Go.

Say you wont let go

On Friday (5/5) I learned A Thousand Years by Christina Perri. This song consisted of a C, G, Em, and D chords. The strum pattern was DDUDUD with a simple down stroke on a chord at a time during the chorus. Overall, this song gave me little to no challenge at all to play, it was simple and straight forward. As for the visual, I was trying to think of something to represent “a thousand years” worth of time. And thats when I thought about the way a tree represents its age through its rings. So thats where I got this intense swirl idea from. As for the colors, Christina Perri sings with a lot of sadness in her voice. So I tried to figure out some colors that would help associate this idea.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: A Thousand Years.

A Thousand Years

On Monday (5/8) I learned I Don’t Know My Name by Grace Vanderwaal. After watching her America’s Got Talent audition on Youtube, I had to do this song. Anyways, this songs strum pattern was DD DUDU consistently until the chorus where she plays one down stroke on each chord. As for the chords, they were C, F, Am, and G. As for the representation I wanted to incorporate my personal feelings for when someone forgets my name. Most of the time I just freeze and either wait till they correct themselves or I’ll end up saying something and feeling strange afterwards. So for those specific reasons, I came up with this visual representation.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: I Don’t Know My Name.

I dont know my name

On Tuesday (5/9) I learned All of Me by John Legend. This song consisted of the chords Em, C, G, D, and Am. For the strum pattern it was DD UUDU. This song was tricky at first trying to to get the strum pattern down. But after a few attempts I eventually got it down. As for the visual representation, I was trying to think of something that would give the idea of “my life”. That’s when I thought of the heartbeat on the monitors in the hospital. So I chose this to represent the idea of All of Me.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: All of Me.

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On Wednesday (5/10) I tried to learn Let Her Go by the Passenger. This song was super tricky. I figured, for my last song I would try to nail a really tricky song, but alas I was unable to live up to my expectation. I spent my entire hour trying to nail just the opening finger picking and was unable to do it in its entirety. Although I count this as a fail, I also realized that it makes me strive to be able to play the song one day. Potentially over the summer break when I don’t have as much work to worry about. Because of the fact that I couldn’t even get past the opener, I don’t have a recording of this. And for the visual representation, because I used all of my time to try and get the opener down, I was unable to put aside time to create a visual. It’s a fail but also a learning experience.

For these creative habits, I learned a lot. Not only did I learn a lot of songs on the ukulele, but I also learned more about my personal abstract paintings. I learned that I like the more loose abstract rather than a very surreal and fined tuned abstract. I found that I focused on color a lot more than personal layouts. With that being said, here are the songs that I have learned over the past few weeks:  Ho Hey by the Lumineers, Can’t Help Falling in Love covered by Twenty One Pilots, Riptide by Vance Joy,  House of Gold by Twenty One Pilots,  Clint Eastwood by the Gorillaz, Stand by Me by Ben E King, Heathens by Twenty One Pilots, Shape of You by Ed Sheeran, You’re Welcome from Moana, The One by the Chainsmokers, You and I by Ingrid Michaelson, Pompeii by Bastille, Count on Me by Bruno Mars, and Summer by Calvin Harris. These are along with the ones above, but I will also put the new ones down here as well.

Individual song files:

  • Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: Ho Hey.
  • Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: Can’t Help Falling in Love.
  • Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: Riptide.
  • Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: House of Gold.
  • Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Clint Eastwood.
  • Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Stand By Me.
  • Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Heathens.
  • Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Shape of You.
  • Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: You’re Welcome.
  • Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: The One.
  • Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: You and I.
  • Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: Pompeii.
  • Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: Count on Me.
  • Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: Summer.

Overall, my favorites of this creative habit would be You’re Welcome, Summer, Riptide, and I Don’t Know My Name. Not only were these songs extremely fun to play, but I feel that the visual representations were the strongest in association with the song. Overall I feel that I have a lot of progress here and that I have learned a ton.

I learned the majority of these songs utilizing a few sources. Outside listening to the songs on repeat through the links provided above, I also looked at Ukulele Tabs a website created for ukulele chords. With that, I also watched a few tutorials done by the Ukulele Teacher on Youtube. I will probably continue utilizing these sources, and if anything else gets added to my resources, I will also post them on here. Until next time, keep strumming them chords.

Project 3: 5/4/17

As a continuation of last week, I learned five new ukulele covers. With that, I also created five new abstract pieces that associate with the way the songs made me feel. The five songs I learned this week were The One by the Chainsmokers, You and I by Ingrid Michaelson, Pompeii by Bastille, Count on Me by Bruno Mars, and Summer by Calvin Harris.

On Thursday (4/27) of last week I learned The One by the Chainsmokers. This song came out in a way that I didn’t imagine. When listening to the song without playing, it sounds drastically different than the ukulele version. That is why the abstract painting looks like frustration mixed with selfishness. I kept the colors cooler because I wanted to make it feel isolated. As for the song itself, there were only four different chords throughout the song. They were Bm, G, D, and A. The strum pattern was DD, DDDD or DD, DD, DD, DD. This song was a little tricky for me to play because of the chord progression. Mostly because the shape you have to make with your fingers in order to get Bm doesn’t translate well with me. But overall, the song came out semi-well.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: The One by The Chainsmokers.

The One

For Friday (4/28) of last week, I learned You and I by Ingrid Michaelson. This song was extremely fun, yet a little complicated to play. With that being said, the chords used throughout were C, F, Am, G, and E. The strum pattern was D, DU, UDU. The tricky part to this song for me was the chord of E, mostly because there are three different ways you can play the chord of E on the ukulele. So I had to decide which version I wanted to utilize. As for the digital painting that is associated with this song, I drew a house on a hill overlooking a city. And I made the city dim with cooler greys while making the house on the hill more warmer colors and colors associated with love. This is because in the original verison of the song, Ingrid sings about love and also growing old with her significant other and buying a house on the hill so everyone looks like ants. I took more of a literal approach to this piece, but I still feel that it was successful.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: You and I by Ingrid Michaelson.

You and I

For Monday (5/1) I learned Pompeii by Bastille. This song is one of my personal favorites as Bastille is one of my all-time favorite bands. Pompeii was a lot of fun to learn. Anyways, the chords used in this song were C, G, Em, and D. The strum pattern was D, DU, UDU and DD, DD, D-DU-UDU. As for the piece that is associated with this song, I went with an abstract rendition of what happen at Pompeii. There are reds, oranges, and yellow to symbolize the fire that spread through the city. I have a blue towards the bottom to represent the water that was near the city. As for the other blue squares, they represent the sky coming through the fire. With that being said, here is the piece.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: Pompeii by Bastille.

Pompeii

On Tuesday (5/2) I learned Count on Me by Bruno Mars. The song was very easy to learn and also play. The chords utilized were C, Em, Am, G, F, and Dm. As for the strum pattern it was D, DU, UDU. As for the piece associated with it, I tried to focus on the aspect of someone being the “light” for someone else. For example, you are having a bad day, and someone is there for you. They are you light for that situation. Because of this, I have it feel like you are in the darkness trying to come towards the light. I have the gold aspects in there to make it seem more like a natural light.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: Count on Me by Bruno Mars.

Count on Me

The last one I did for this week so far was on Wednesday (5/3). I learned Summer by Calvin Harris. This song was very upbeat, and because of that, it was a ton of fun to learn and also play. As for the chords of the song, they were C, Em, Dmaj, Am, and Bm. The strum pattern was DD, DD, DDUUDU. Although chord progression was a little tricky, after playing it through a few times, I got the hang of it. As for the visual representation, it is pretty straight forward. I have the warm colors to symbolize the heat during the summer as well as the sun. I also thought of something else that reminds me of summer and the first thing that came to mind was when you look at the road and the heat makes it look somewhat like an optical illusion. So I tried to play with that idea as well within this piece.

Here is the link to the ukulele cover of: Summer by Calvin Harris.

Summer

Overall I feel that my most successful piece this past week was summer. Not for the fact that it is the best one, but because I feel that it goes with the song the best. My favorite song to play was Pompeii by Bastille. But my favorite piece is The One by The Chainsmokers.

I learned the majority of these songs utilizing a few sources. Outside listening to the songs on repeat through the links provided above, I also looked at Ukulele Tabs a website created for ukulele chords. With that, I also watched a few tutorials done by the Ukulele Teacher on Youtube. I will probably continue utilizing these sources, and if anything else gets added to my resources, I will also post them on here. Until next time, keep strumming them chords.

Project 3: 4/27/17

As a continuation of the creative habit, I have 5 new covers and abstract pieces. This week was a bit tougher because these songs took a little longer to learn. Throughout this week I learned Clint Eastwood by the Gorillaz, Stand by Me by Ben E King, Heathens by Twenty One Pilots, Shape of You by Ed Sheeran, and You’re Welcome from Moana.

On Thursday (4/20/17) last week I learned Clint Eastwood. This song was the easiest of this weeks batch. The chords were only Dm and Am. But the strum pattern was a little bit different. The strum pattern was D, D, D, DU. As for the visual representation I was thinking “dirty”. Mostly because the lyrics of the song aren’t the cleanest, and with that, I remember watching the old animation to the song. So based off of these two aspects, I came up with the below illustration. The tiled aspect of the illustration is also based off of their older animations as well.

Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Clint Eastwood.

Clint Eastwood

For Friday (4/21/17) of last week I learned Stand By Me. This song gave me a little bit of a struggle at first because of the chord progression. With that being said, the chords in the song are C, Am, F, and G7. The strum pattern was DD, UU, DU. Because the song is happy and more whimsical than the other song, I pulled more playful colors for the visual. Along with that, I got a somewhat warped image within my head because of the way the song is sung. So here is what I came up with based off of what I heard.

Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Stand By Me.

Stand By Me

On Monday (4/24/17) I learned Heathens. This song gave me a lot of difficulties during the learning process because it utilizes a chord I have never used before. And because of this, the chord progression was a lot more difficult. The chords were C, A, E major. The strum pattern was a mixture of one D stroke and then also D, D, D, DU. For the visual representation, I had a little bit of an influence because I have seen Twenty One Pilots perform this song. So I had a little bit of a visual background basis. So for the colors I went with red, black, and white becasue that is ToP’s colors. As for the technique and stroke of the visual, I did this because of the music video and lyrics of the song.

Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Heathens.

Heathen

On Tuesday (4/25/17) I learned Shape of You. This song has two separate ways of playing it, the so called hard version and the easy version. Although, neither are very “easy”. I chose to play the easy version because the chord progression was a bit easier for me to do. The chords used were Am, Dm, F, and G. The strum pattern was D, DD, DU, DU. As for the visual representation, I chose to do more of a literal sense. I chose to do a few small representation of women body parts, for instance the silhouette. I did this to keep the representation a bit more simplistic than the others. As for the black and white, compared to other color palettes, I wanted to keep it on the simplistic vibe.

Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: Shape of You.

Shape of You

On Wednesday (4/26/17) I learned You’re Welcome. This song was a ton of fun to learn although there was a new chord that I had to learn and also a chorus that was a lot different than anything I have played before. The chords used were C, F, Am, E7, and G. The strum pattern was varied, the first used was a single D stroke. The next strum pattern used in the chorus was DD, UU, DU. Finally there was a strum pattern used for the rap section of the song that went like this DUD, UDU and while playing this I had to mute the chords. As for the representation of the song, I wanted to keep it as close to the source as possible. Moana is an animation that is purely based with ocean life. And because of this, I ran with the idea of water which is also where the cool blue comes from as well.

Here is the audio of my rendition of the song: You’re Welcome.

You're Welcome

Out of these 5, my favorite visual representation was either Stand By Me or You’re Welcome. As for playing on the ukulele, Shape of You was my favorite to play.

I learned the majority of these songs utilizing a few sources. Outside listening to the songs on repeat through the links provided above, I also looked at Ukulele Tabs a website created for ukulele chords. With that, I also watched a few tutorials done by the Ukulele Teacher on Youtube. I will probably continue utilizing these sources, and if anything else gets added to my resources, I will also post them on here. Until next time, keep strumming them chords.

Project 3: 4/20/17

Our last Project for the semester is a creative habit, which by all means does not have to come to end when this semester ends. And because of that, out of my three options I proposed last week on my blog, I chose the ukulele habit. Not only with this boost my ukulele skills but also my “fine art” skills as well. I will be learning a song on the ukulele 5 out of the 7 days per week and creating a visual representation of the song through my interpretation in an abstract way. I will be digitally painting these images to accompany the physical audio of each song chosen per day. So this week, I chose Ho Hey by the Lumineers, Can’t Help Falling in Love covered by Twenty One Pilots, Riptide by Vance Joy, and House of Gold by Twenty One Pilots. I was only able to do 4 songs this week because I was still unsure which habit I’d be going with at first and just recently decided to go with the ukulele.

To start off, on Sunday (4/16/17) I learned Ho Hey by the Lumineers. This song wasn’t the most tricky to play, because the majority of the song was just a handful of chords. Specifically the chords of C, F, A, and G. The character of the song is through the strum pattern, being a U (up), D (down) U, DD, UU, DDD pattern and the chorus was a D, DUDUDU pattern. The song posed little complications and was relatively simple to learn. As for the visual representation, I thought of something warmer because the song was quite happy. Also with that, the sharp edges on the left hand side of the piece represent the quick F chord that follows the C during the intro of the song. As for the right of the piece I went with a more relaxed curved feel to represent the chorus of the song because it flows.

Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: Ho Hey

Ho Hey

On Monday (4/17/17) I learned Can’t Help Falling in Love specifically the Twenty One Pilots covered version. Although the song was originated by Elvis, I went with the ToP cover because it was done with a ukulele which made things a lot easier. This song overall had a simple strum pattern of D, DUDU with it slowing down at the chorus. The problem was the amount of chords and switching between them all. The chords used in this song were C, Em, Am, F, G, A7, and B7. This made learning the songs structure a little tougher. But I prevailed and still followed through. As for the representation, I once again went with warmer colors, specifically ones that would show up with imagery of love. And because the song is so love specific, I tried to incorporate that into the piece as much as possible. The triangles in the background are overlaid for a specific reason, to represent that love has no bounds and sometimes is intrusive. As for the black marks on top, in the middle they are intertwined. This is to show that when love is present, one cannot exist without being intertwined with the other. As for the marks stemming off of the main two, this is to represent that the individuals are still their own beings even though they have love within their lives.

Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: Can’t Help Falling in Love

Cant Help Falling in Love

On Tuesday (4/18/17) I learned Riptide by Vance Joy. Currently Vance Joy is one of my favorite artists, so learning this song was a ton of fun. Although it was a lot of fun, it was a lot trickier than I imagined because it was unlike any other song I’ve played thus far. The strum pattern was a lot more upbeat and fast-paced consisting of a DD, UDU pattern played once on Am, once on G, and twice on C. This was the vast majority of the song, but there is a point in time that Vance switches things up and does a plucking pattern that took my quite some time to get down and I still have not yet mastered it. As for the visual piece associated with the song, I went with something a lot more upbeat, vibrant, and filled with cooler colors. This is because of how fast-paced the song is and with that, I took into consideration the title of the song and wanted to incorporate that into the piece as best as I could.

Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: Riptide

Riptide

On Wednesday (4/19/17) I learned House of Gold by Twenty One Pilots. This song means a lot to me and because of that, I figured it would be a great opportunity to learn it. This song has a very fast paced strum pattern with a D, DUDUDU pattern that plays consistently throughout the song. The chords were somewhat simple consisting of C, F, G, A7, Am, Bbm, and Dm. The opening of the song is a mute except for the C cord which quickly dissolves into the rest of the song. I went with a gold piece to represent this piece because of what it personally means to me and I wanted to try my best to get that across in the piece. I wanted to utilize gold within the piece and try to keep it “family” oriented, and the best way I could represent that was through utilizing an abstract drawing of a home on a hill. I also incorporated the gold foil in the piece to represent the purity of family within my own way of life.

Here is the audio file of my rendition of the song: House of Gold

House of Gold

Definitely out of these first four I like the overall image of Riptide the most. It’s a lot more what I am going for. So for the next few weeks I’ll be trying to hit something a long those lines.

I learned the majority of these songs utilizing a few sources. Outside listening to the songs on repeat through the links provided above, I also looked at Ukulele Tabs a website created for ukulele chords. With that, I also watched a few tutorials done by the Ukulele Teacher on Youtube. I will probably continue utilizing these sources, and if anything else gets added to my resources, I will also post them on here. Until next time, keep strumming them chords.

Project 3: Proposal: 4/13/17

Our next project is our new creative habit. Essentially what we will be doing is consistently doing an artistic ability in order to grow that certain aspect. So with that being said, as a 3D Animation major, I’ve decided that I wanted to utilize this experience to boost my ability to 3D model. Specifically either faces or hard surfaces.

So my first idea for this creative habit idea is modeling some hard surface items. To give context as to what I wanted to do, I was thinking about doing a series of 3D models of current guns or medieval weapons. I came up with this idea after I thought about my past animation project in modeling and surfacing. Our first project in the class was to do a hard surface model based on a concept sketch from an artist from Artstation (with their permission of course). So here is my example of this:

Concept Art: (Done by: Aleksey Art)

Reference

Model about half way through:

Gun example

Due to time constraints on this project, I will be looking at doing something along the lines of this rather than the full model done and completed. Mostly because getting super detailed is not what this project is focused on. Rather, getting better at quick techniques to get the overall look at what we are doing.

For another idea, again based off modeling, I want to do portraits of people done in zbrush to get better at producing them. And with that, I plan on my references being either classmates that are willing. Either that or I will be doing pictures of other friends.

Essentially something simple along the lines of this done by Alexander Lee:

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And my final idea, that I personally think would be the most fun to do, would learn one ukulele song a day and somehow tie that into the project. Whether it be using the song file of me playing the song and plugging it into a program that pre-codes color or something along those lines. I haven’t been able to think of anything that is too drastic based off of this. But what I was thinking was creating the audio file and then playing it back to myself and see how the music feels emotional to me and creating a deisgn on a ukulele template. Something like this from Kennersaur on Tumblr:

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This is the three projects I am debating between. Stay tuned for weekly updates on the project that I select.

Project 2: Final Post: 4-6-17

For Project 2, we completed a calendar. At first, when the concept was purposed, we were looking into a sexy yet satirical vibe with calendar. The calendar’s first focus was on the 12 majors at Columbus College of Art & Design. These majors are: Animation, Photography, Contemporary Crafts, Comic & Narrative, Art History, Ad Graph, Cinematic Arts, Industrial Design, Illustration, Interior Design, and Fashion. This is where we started our inspiration drafting and early concepts. And with that, we did a lot of location scouting to get the perfect shots.

Once we drafted our first concept, we ran into a few complications. These complications were specifically scheduling issues. We weren’t able to get enough models per major to pull off the shoots. So we made the executive decision to switch our focus of the project. Rather than focusing on the majors primary roles in their art field, we switched focus to the majors desks during crunch time. Essentially we wanted it to have an Ispy like look to it, and I believe we were successful in doing so. Although we ran into a few complications and setbacks, we were able to get the calendar done in time with a look that we were all pleased about.

When it comes to this project, my particular role was Production Manager and also a fill in role wherever I was needed to aid the team. I was in charge of keeping us to a schedule and making sure everyone knew what was expected of them. With that, I also was a fill in role on the design team quite often. I helped weed out the final layout design and focused primarily on the top portion of the calendar. I also gave a lot of input on how the layout should look and with that what events we should include within the calendar. Originally we were looking at the calendar displaying our institution student year within the calendar, but we went with primary holidays to stray away from the institutional feel.

From there we came up with this calendar layout as our final representation. Opposed to the right image being our original layout:

As you can see we made a few drastic changes, but overall it helped uniform the layout.

To see the full calendar laid out you can visit our team page here. I highly encourage it because Krystal our Blog manager did a phenomenal job with the post. On this website we have both the final layout and with that also the documentary.

The documentary, composed by Damon, shows more of the inside out of our process. It includes both the design teams outlook and also the shooting teams process.

Here is the documentary.

Overall I think the group worked well together and mostly the project went smoothly and uninterrupted. It was a fun project to work on and definitely is a piece that represents our schools majors in a clear and concise way.

 

Project 2: 3/30/17

So it’s been a little while since the last update on the calendar project, so here is a quick overview. We began this project by looking at the majors in their natural environment, the tools they utilize, and overall the character of the majors. After a few tribulations and miscalculations, we switched gears and began to focus on the major’s spaces during crunch time. This allows the shots to be more prop heavy and more driven towards the artist. We decided to focus on an Ispy like look to the photographs. This is where we began our drive towards the calendar we have today. Here are the photos that we have captured so far, and there are more to come within the next week:

We have nine out of the twelve shot, the remaining three will come within the upcoming days. We have yet to shoot for ad graph, animation, and interior design. These photos will be accompanied by our design teams layout for the calendar months.

Before I began to design for the calendar layout, I looked at some artists on Instagram which is where I came across Nouvelle Rita. Nouvelle is a geometric tattoo artist from Portugal and I drew inspiration from one of her tattoo’s that she created. This is the tattoo that I looked at for quite some time and drew from:

Tattoo

This lead to me looking at the calendar layout in a no traditional way. Which lead to the basic design that I came up with that looks like this:

Calendar Layouts

This was a basic idea for the layout that I presented to the group as a potential layout possibility. I also created another two basic layouts ideas that were quick but were decided against by the group fro being too complex and not allowing the user to write too much information. These two were:

Calendar Layouts

The idea behind these was that they were associated with the artist in a sense that these were the tools that were utilized by the artist. But like I said briefly before, the idea fell through from a practically standpoint. Although these ideas didn’t stick with the group, we quickly began to develop other designs based off the shapes. For instance, one of the designs that we are looking at is designed by John and takes a look at the geometric style, unfortunately I do not have access to the file, but hopefully he shows the work on his blog.

For the time being, we are utilizing this layout for the calendar and this is how it looks as of now (subject to change).

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This is just one of the months that we have completed, If you are interested to see what else we have months wise, you can check out the group blog here.

And finally, one of our team members, Ethan, created a front and back page for the calendar. These are the images:

The final task that I had to do as PM of this project was to create a revised timeline for the group. That timeline looks a little something like this:

3/28/17: Calendar Layout-Officially declared and decided. Begin the break downs of each month, each assigned to different team members to save time. Shoot day, as many as we can get done.

H/W: Layout team, each of the four members take on putting the months and dates of the three months they are tasked. Shooting team, getting as many of the shots done as possible. Documentary, start to break down the footage to begin the editing phase.

3/29/17: Have the final layout for all twelve months for the calendar by midnight for Krystal. Shooting team, have the shoots done for all twelve months up on the blog for Krystal. Documentary, get as far done with the documentation as possible.

3/30/17: Rough cut do, critique; issue game plan for revisions.

3/31/17-4/3/17: Work on revisions of calendar; any reshoots that are needed; documentary edits

4/4/17-4/5/17: Calendar Printing; Documentary finish editing

4/6/17: Finals due; Critique

Stay tuned for next week because that will be the final version of the calendar!