I had the best classmates in college. They're the best critics, they tell me what's nice or what's wrong with my work and vice versa... the best thing? We do that without drama. Kung balbon, balbon! Walang paligoy-ligoy.
In english, hairy.
In Ma'am Rita's language, ugly, slouchy work
Ma'am Rita, like all of our professors in college, taught us that no good design comes out of 'I don't want to hurt your feelings' type of critiques. Listening to others is essential to (design) growth. I think that kind of upbringing we got from our 'parents' at the university made us good partners and encouragers of each other. From 'rakets' when were young...
|Sorry, Sir Mel! This is the only picture that has you in it!|
..business ventures after college..
..to the wedding of our very own, Iona (aka Mama Ions) ^_^
...and recently, the wedding of Iona's brother, Zen and her beautiful wife, Khea. (Pictures are on the next post)
Being based in different areas, we have all gone in separate ways. We got friends living from north to south. Working apart from them is also a blessing, I'm sure they would agree on this too. There are things you won't learn in your 'comfort zone'... but I feel that in no time we'll all be back to work together again. And it won't be too long 'til we hear "pass the greccooo!" :)