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01/18/2009

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This last series has come at a great time as the lessons from the first week are past and now I'm starting to think about how to apply them.

This particular post really came at the perfect time. As we are now re-proportioning the in-class vs. take-home exercises, I felt like I had a lot of time for 2 projects. A dangerous amount of time, really. I know the goal of this class is not to make perfect comps, but they need to be at least good enough to sell the idea, and I want to improve my speed there. So while I might have an optional direction or 2 for the next crit, I hope they are equally presentable that they will be judged by the merits of the concept.

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