Tagged with drawing

Block 347: February 17, 2014

  “Nobody thinks it will work, do they?” “No. You just described every great success story.” Ladies, and Gentlemen, the movie Say Anything… Date: February 17, 2014 Crane: 347 Days Spent on Project: 366 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Ilona S. Ilona came to us, the students in … Continue reading

Block 346: February 16, 2014

  Sunday Funday! Date: February 16, 2014 Crane: 346 Days Spent on Project: 365 (Really?!?!?) Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Jess G. Jess was one of the costume professors that I studied under while at the Yale School of Drama. He’s one of the “blessed few,” I’ll be … Continue reading

Block 337: February 7, 2014

  Ray. Dee. Ate. Date: February 7, 2014 Crane: 337 Days Spent on Project: 356 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Arielle E. Each class year at Yale, there were 10 “visual” design students… belong to the sets, costumes, and lighting design areas of theater. There were also three … Continue reading

Block 335: February 5, 2014

  It’s so gross outside… Date: February 5, 2014 Crane: 335 Days Spent on Project: 354 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Sharath P. Sharath was a sound designer, in my class year, at the Yale School of Drama. I would consider him one of my very good friends … Continue reading

Block 274: December 4, 2013

  Oh… Wednesday. Date: December 4, 2013 Crane: 274 Days Spent on Project: 291 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: James S. That first season at Actors Theatre of Louisville, after the epic production of Floyd Collins that we undertook, I had a few “slower months” where I only … Continue reading

Block 5: February 22, 2013

TGIF! Number 5; only 995 left to go and one-two-hundredth of the way there! Doesn’t the finish line seem so close? I feel like cutting all the pattern pieces is still taking me the most time. Even eye-balling the seam allowance, I’d still like to whittle down the minutes it takes me to cut out … Continue reading