I managed to finish my project, tooth and nail. It might not be to an appeased standard, I think I could have used my initial starting weeks on a housing but I didn't imagine the issue I had ran into at the end. I also didn't anticipate that the RFID would be that challenging. I'm not sure the level of impressive feats that I accomplished, but I do know, out of the two people using RFID's.. I managed to continue and make it work in my final hours. No fault or blame to the other person, but damn, does it make me feel somewhat accomplished that I tackled it... even though her piece came out amazing... without it. I have a hard time seeing myself not expanding on this idea in the future, if not regurgitating it to another idea. I've already had two friends that acquire my assistance when it will be coming to cosplay. One of which, I highly recommended taking your class.. so you might see her in the future. The other doesn't go to our school, so sol there :c
I definitely enjoyed your class, despite it not being necessarily my fancy. Your enthusiasm was helpful encouragement. I guess the main take I can say, is as an art form... this is one of those things that relate to the bigger the wallet, the better the outcome. Not to say someone cant make something great off a couple pennies, but damned if they can't make something grand with a few thousand either.
Regardless, enjoy what summer you get~!
And for the sake of kittens and the previous update. With my time being spent in Japan, and the inability to damage control the situation. I managed to arrange a temporary home, in where someone will actively be looking for homes for each and everyone aside from my two actual cats(da moms.) Doing all the neutering and such~! Any one of them remaining will more than likely put back at my parents home as yard cats, catching mice and hopefully fighting possums. Getting regular feeding, and a nice comfy garage to their liking. If it gets to that point, I hope those kitties will have their wits about them for whoever remains in the pack.