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  • Paul Sason 2:02 pm on May 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply


    Which topic/s in class made an impact to you? Why?

    • I’m gonna have to join the M A T R I X train here. Almost everything in the semester revolved around matrices and its applications, and I feel like it’s going to stick to me for quite some time; or at the very least, until after CS 131.
    • I guess I can mention Complex Field here too, in regards to the final project. ^^

    If you can summarize this course in one word or sentence, what would it be?

    • Refreshing
    • I can’t really put it any other way. The fact that a course that’s essentially filled with math was presented in the way this course was handled was really refreshing to me.

    What would be your parting message to the class?

    • I really enjoyed this course in a way I didn’t really think of. Sir Paul’s classes have always stood out to me as different from the norm, in a good way. I like the lesson organization, the motivational activities, and the fact that I don’t feel very overwhelmed by the lessons at all. I found myself looking forward to the lessons, and even though I believe some topics sort of lacked a little more practical application, I was overall satisfied with the way it was executed. Thanks Sir!
    • The main takeaway for me was the video-making project. Who would really have thought we would be making videos in a math class? I’m quite art-inclined myself, so it was something that I enjoyed taking part in. Thanks to my groupmates!
    • So yeah. Congratulations to everyone for living through it, and let’s see each other next time. Don’t let your dreams be dreams. Byebye~
  • Paul Sason 7:54 am on May 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply

    Body Buddy 

    Give a useful application of symmetry in real-life.

    • We’re all familiar on how our bodies are quite symmetrical if you When drawing the human body, it is usually recommended to use a basic anatomy framework as a starting point to learn how body proportions generally work, like this (check out dem circles). It helps in picking up proper habits if you know how it looks like in its simplest form. But the standard front-view pose like that is too static and doesn’t look natural at all, so you’d want to draw at an angle with varied poses for something that evokes more emotion. You’ll find that this stage is full of asymmetric parts and shapes, because perspective does a lot to its original form of the body. However, by remembering the basics from the symmetric front-view anatomy bare bones (and maybe with some help from reference images), visualizing how these body parts would look like at all sorts of angles would be easier.
  • Paul Sason 7:38 am on January 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply

    Together We Ride 

    What’s your name?

    • My name is Paul. Yes, just like Sir Paul, lol.

    What were your thoughts when you enrolled in this course?

    • Medyo scary kasi 13x subject eh. Both 133 and 135 have left me with terrible scars. But I just thought I’d do my best.

    How comfortable are you with math?

    • Best subject ko siya nung high school, as in kilala talaga ako ng mga kaklase ko na mahilig sa math. I even joined the math club lol. However nung nag 53 54 55 ako medyo na-challenge ako, but it only fueled my desire to become even better. Parang yung mga bida ng action anime.

    What’s your dominant feeling right now?

    • I’m on fire. Let’s do dis.
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