Alan Kay, he of the Kaypro, said that. So I'm submitting resumes, building a new website, and preparing my DESIGNER shingle. I'm continuing to find console projects, but discovering other clients, in other fields, is pretty interesting. I've found and applied for a a couple of freelance jobs, one with frogdesign, and the other with an automotive accessory manufacturer (I'm a car guy, so this would be cool). I envision growing an interesting and diverse client list. That's the plan.
I'm just about to start on a new furniture leg design. It'll be plated and polished metal, a casting I think. It's a design I've been kicking around for a while. There will be renderings, and lessons to learn about fillets, shelling, and realistic chrome. Cool !
The great thing is, with the completion of my 5-year indenture, I now have the freedom to pursue this idea !
Does the perspective tilt read OK to everyone else ? I like it, but a friend thought the angle was warped and disorienting.