|MEGACITIES OF ASIA||Khan, Chandra||W 2pm to 4pm|
|INTERMEDIATE TRADITIONAL ANIMATION||Zikry, Jeffrey||Th 7pm to 10pm|
|INTERMEDIATE CGI ANIMATION||Jones, Mike||T 7pm to 10pm|
|VIDEO ANIMATION & COMPUTER INTRO||Huff, Ben||M 1pm to 4pm|
|DRAWING FROM REAL TO REEL AND BEYOND||Gomez, Jon||F 9am to 4pm|
|INTERMEDIATE STORY DEVELOPMENT||Hull, Jim||M W 7pm to 10pm|
|ADVANCED ANIMATION LAYOUT||Hansen, Dan||Th 9am to 12 Noon|
|ADVANCED CHARACTER DESIGN (SENIORS)||Maki, Rik||M W 7pm to 10pm|
Before classes started several of my classmates and I ventured out into LA and visited the Getty Museum(along with Yogurt Land, which was delicious!). I've never been to the Getty before and it was incredible, both the place and the displayed artwork was phenomenal. They are currently exhibiting Bernini so one whole level was dedicated to his sculptures, paintings, and even sketchbook excerpts! In the other buildings, artists like Dega, Toulouse Lautrec, Monet, Manet, Troost, etc. were displayed too. Very inspiring to see all kinds of paintings/sculptures in person. I brought my camera and sketchbook along for the trip:
That building was where they were showcasing Bernini.
The Getty also had a beautiful garden area.
After strolling around the Getty everybody wanted to draw so we all spent our remaining time drawing. Here's my favorite sketch of the trip, this lady observed every painting in the room like this. Her dress was just an added bonus, I spotted her pose before her outfit. Well this week isn't over quite yet, still have a critical studies class at 2, Character Design tonight, Layout tomorrow morning, Traditional Animation tomorrow night, and Lifedrawing on Friday.