Final Blog Post

Well i must start by saying that i really like this class because it push me to work towards my goal. The first day of CT 101 class was very fun because i founded out that this class would help me to create a website and i always wanted my own website. The second day at class was giving me a introduction based on the making a website.  I  am happy to meet kenita rajan and Natasha Abbensetts, their  websites are very cool. I hate Natasha because she is very crazy, just joking she is fun and also Kenita. I am sad to say that i am going to really miss this class.

The Kronos is a music workstation  manufactured by Korg  that combines nine different synthesizer sound engines with a sequencerdigital recordereffects, a color tochscreen display and a keyboard. Korg’s latest flagship synthesizer series at the time of its announcement, the Kronos series was announced at the winter  NAMM show in Anaheim, California in January, 2011.


In studio Laying some piano on new track

It was fun working at the studio, located at

3d sculpting

The most easily recognized form of sculpting is clay modeling, that is, the creation of a 3-dimensional piece of art typically using some type of clay:  (oil-based clay also known as plasteline, plasticium, plasticine), self-hardening (non-firing) clay, ceramic/pottery clay, wax or other polymer-based material.
Clay is highly versatile, extremely easy to work with, and the ideal modeling material for the beginner as well as the seasoned sculptor. With nothing more than a block of clay, the artist can begin his journey of creativity. Your choice of material is a very personal one – based upon feel, texture, and hardness of the material, and possible required reproduction of the finished piece.
In addition to the materials selected, the artist also uses modeling tools to manipulate the material into the shape desired. These sculpting tools come in various shapes, sizes and styles and are used to cut, scrape or shape the modeling material to create a specific effect. They are usually produced from carbon steel, stainless steel, wood, and plastic.
Sculptors often turn to using armatures, and modeling stands, to assist them during the sculpting process.