To Break his Chuck Connor’s in of course.
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My “Professional Identity”? Oooooo, scary!
I’ll give it a shot though.
Hello, I am J.M. Hunter and this will be my 2nd term here at SNHU.EDU. I’m originally from Southern California, but now live near Peoria, IL. with my wife who’s a school teacher and our three children, Aubrey, Logan, and Auria. All named after comic book characters, (sorta).
For some background info about myself, publishing and design experience feel free to read my original Ice Breaker located at my blog I did for the 220 class. Located here: http://madeinpork.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/why-title-a-design-blog-with-pork-what-are-you-loco/
Now, for the TL;DR, (Too Long, Didn’t Read), crowd, my focus is on learning how to convey my thoughts and ideas in a more graphic/digital environment. I’ve long had issues with learning how to wield the mighty tools in Adobe as drawing and painting in the more natural/fine art disciplines come more readily for me.
I’m hoping this journey allows me to overcome some of those obstacles and struggles.
So now that we have the Identity Crisis out of the way….
Welcome, welcome to my latest Design-In-Progress blog titled, “Believe-In-Chicken”. This blog will be dedicated to exploring and shaping a design portfolio for my current class GRA-220, “Intro to Digital Imaging”. My instructor Frank Tierney is my guide and you if you’ve navigated your way here by purpose or happenstance are my sounding board. Feel free to leave a comment or ask questions as I am sure you’ll never outnumber my many, many queries, hah.
The efforts of Graphic Design or “GD”, as I’ve started to notice people, aka, “The Cool Kids”, are referring to it as, will be to explore my experiences as I strive to learn and grasp the concepts, (as well and especially), the tools that these efforts employ. You’ll see me fumble and fight my way upwards to this life-long goal of mine to grasp this beast. More importantly if you stick around you’ll also witness my triumphs and successes, be they accidental or intentional. I don’t promise you the world, just my particular perspective of it.
Enjoy the ride.