Pathways and Mysteries

Must build pathways for park goers… That’s been my mission for 3 weeks ever since the purchase of Rollercoaster Tycoon 3!

Since summer classes ended in the middle of August, it has left me some summer vacation to build Rollercoasters and work on my sketchbook for the Sketchbook Project 2013.

I have finally chosen a theme for my sketchbook. It will be a mystery. I have been fighting with this sketchbook since its creation wanting to tear out all the pages and start over so many times. The idea of starting over is still in the forefront of my mind.

I am excited to see the Sketchbook Project 2012 tour. I think it will be fun to see how others have interpreted the different themes of the project. I may even get a few new ideas on how to approach my sketchbook.

Has anyone else had the chance to see the tour?

I am also counting down the days until I start class this fall. September 6th is the first day! I am so excited to start my first Web Design class at AAU. I plan on using my website to host projects throughout the semester. There will probably be few changes to the front page and how to find my blog, but it will still be here!

I must go reach my objectives for my theme park!

Here I am!

Well, it is Sunday. The day I intended to blog, although it has been a few Sundays since my last posting.

I finished school in the middle of May with two A(s). I have managed to find things to fill my free time, which is not helpful because I tend to become anxious about little things that need to be finished.

The list of things, such as, upgrading my computer, scheduling an eye doctor appointment and printing out my magazine have been done giving me the chance to have a nice break before starting summer classes. Class starts in 8 days!

I am also planning my next Sketchbook Project. Signups for 2013 have begun, and I am creating a new sketchbook!

Has anyone actually decided on a theme yet? I have not, but I am thinking about sticking with the sketchbook theme. If anyone has fun ideas for freshening up the traditional sketchbook, let me know.