Kevin Villatoro, club President, calls the club to meeting at 1:03 pm.
Topic 1: Upcoming Events
Ana Jimenez, ICC Rep, discusses the following upcoming events.
9 – 12:30 pm
Art B 103
5 – 7pm
Student Activities Center East Dining Room [FREE FOOD]
Tuesday 3/21 9 – 3:30 pm
Wednesday 3/22 10 – 7pm
Thursday 3/23 9 – 3:30 pm
Topic 2: CRAFTED
Jarno, long time awesome member, went to CRAFTED in San Pedro to ask about a table for the club. They were not open when he went but he left a message and they called back and he said he will need to talk to the Marketing Manager, Koya Anderson. Thanks to Jarno, we made progress with our preparation for CRAFTED, we are looking forward to hearing more from him after his next interaction.
Topic 3: Free Vendor Event
Ashley Glover discusses a free opportunity for club members at the upcoming Torrance Cherry Blossom Festival. The Torrance Cherry Blossom Festival is taking applications for vendors who are making Handmade/Handcrafted items to sell. The application is on their Facebook. All you have to do is fill out their form and you just bring your own tables, chairs, and tent. More information is found on their Facebook.
Torrance Cherry Blossom Festival
4045 W 190th St, Torrance
Vendor Applications Due March 16
Topic 4: Open Discussion
Roger Fuentes, Treasurer, suggested that during the Club Mixer next Thursday that we approach the other clubs about remaking their banners for them. This provides excellent work to put on any member’s artist resume.
Michael Lewis Miller, Advisor, suggested that during the Club Mixer we, as club members, wear something as a club. Jarno, club member, suggested we wear matching arm bands and Michael Miller suggested we wear matching colored t shirts.
Club Mixer Attire Voting:
Grey T-Shirt: 2 Yes 7 No
Day Glow Orange Arm Band: 11 Yes 1 No
Based on votes from the club, we will be wearing Day Glow Orange Arm Bands to the Club Mixer. Our lovely advisor, Michael Miller, has agreed to bring some fabric that color and some fabric markers to label our arm bands with the club name. We will work on these next club meeting.
A reminder during the next club meeting will be brought up to remind club members to attend this club mixer.
Club members are to post their ideas for the club’s new logo on Facebook before the next club meeting. If members are not on Facebook they are encouraged to email the secretary or leave their design in the comments below if possible and she will upload it to the Facebook page on your behalf with your name. Logos will be voted on during the next meeting. The winning logo will be put onto the arm bands for the club mixer and other events! This is a great item to put on your artist resume.
Club members are to post their design for the club banner before 3/23/17 onto the club’s Facebook page. If members are not on Facebook they are encouraged to email the secretary or leave their design in the comments below if possible and she will upload it to the Facebook page on your behalf with your name. Club banner designs will be voted on during the 3/23/17 club meeting. The winning banner will be used during the rest of the club’s events for the spring semester! This is a great item to put on your artist resume!
Topic 5: The Main Event – Dani Cuevas’s Project In Progress
Dani Cuevas, Club Vice President, has brought her work in progress for a 3D modeling clothing design. She began by showing us previous 3D work she has done: 3D turntable Cherrim and 3D trip animation.
Her work in progress is a Mexican female soldier outfit sketch. She wants to make it sexy, futuristic, and she wants the Red, Green, and White from the Mexican flag. She also wants to incorporate Mexican embroidery and textiles into her design.
Her inspiration for her design comes mostly from the Mexican revolutionary women, Soldadera and some inspiration is also derived from Frida Kahlo de Rivera and Princess Leila from Star Wars.
To make her clothing design she has made a few sketches that she has shown us and is applying her favorite design ideas onto a 3D model. She is currently using 4 different 3D modeling programs to execute her design. She has made some excellent progress but she reminds us that making 3D clothing onto 3D models is very difficult and she has pointed out some parts in which she is struggling with that. In the end, the clothing design should be able to be used in a video game and this is something she wants to do as a career.
Featured image is “Cherrim Turntable” 3D Modeling with 3D Studio Max by Dani Cuevas Jan 2017