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Or if there was something you wish you learned or have done differently, what would it be?

asked in CSC 150 January201920 by (8 points)
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Learning how to code in 3d was super interesting to me (being able to code at all was too) this class really put me outside of my comfort zone and I was very happy to learn the things I did.

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I had a lot of fun going to Figge! I thought it was really cool to get to see some other examples of art, and I had fun with all of you too! My favorite project is probably my final project, but I haven't seen the end result yet!

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Wow, me too, would you ever visit the Figge again? And do you have an idea of how long your video will be?

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Yeah, I would go back! Especially since they have some new exhibits opening. My video is going to be 1 - 2 minutes long I think, but I may trim it depending on what happens.

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I have enjoyed working on my final project thus far because we were given a decent amount of time to come up with our best work! What has been your highlight?

answered by (8 points)
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I am excited to see your project. I enjoyed consulting hours and the Figge because I was able to socialize with many people. Are you excited to show your work in the art fair?

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I am very excited because I feel like I have put a lot of effort into this project and I can't wait to let other people see what I have been working on. Do you feel the same way?

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Yes because it will be fun to see everyone's reaction. If you had an option to redo your project would you switch ideas or keep it?

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I think I would keep it! I am proud of my work :)

+6 votes

I also really enjoyed going to the Figge! I think it has inspired me to look at more art and think about art more.

answered by (8 points)
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Me too, would you go to the Figge again? Or perhaps a different art museum?

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I enjoy doing my final project now; even though, I have to struggle to figure out how printing 3d works.

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I personally enjoyed the trip to Figge. I learned so many art styles and the meanings behind them. Thank you Professor and everyone for an amazing J-term. Wish you all the best for the final

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