Archive for February, 2011

Heads Up

I just want to let you guys know that I’ll be moving this blog to Blogspot soon, most probably when I am done with thesis shiznit. I recently found a way to import all of my content from WordPress to Blogspot keeping everything intact, and the lure of more HTML customization was just too attractive to ignore. I probably won’t post another entry either until then, so consider this a hiatus as of the meantime.

Yes, last stretch of thesis. GO GO GO.


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As of the moment, a copy of my files are sitting in a To Print Folder in Freeform. Am I excited to see the fruit of what I have been cramming slaving on for the entire year printed on huge ass boards whose combined cost is more expensive than my tuition for an entire semester? You bet I am.

Now it’s model-making time! I am in need of Allie’s little lepers helpers to measure, cut, and glue pieces of cardboard and other nifty materials and make a tangible replica of my design. Doesn’t that sound exciting?!

If anyone’s interested, please let me know! Drop me a line here, on Facebook, on Formspring, or in whatever other way you can contact me.I promise to have food as much as I can provide (although depende pa sa budget) and a steady supply of movies hahaha! I am severely desperate and need all the pairs of hands I can get!

P.S. Yes, I know my logo/title block is totally being screwed up by my theme. Which is why I need to pass thesis so I can work on changing my layout! XD
P.P.S. I would have liked to upload some of my rendered work but have I mentioned this thing I have with jinxes? Yeah.

Boy Talk

What if some of my most used computer programs for thesis were boys?

AutoCAD. He would be the typical, vanilla boy next door. Almost everybody knows him, and he easily gets boring. Not very interesting to look at, even if he has layers (like Shrek).

Google Earth. He is the stalker type. HE KNOWS WHERE YOU LIVE.

Google Sketchup. Definitely a more interesting one out of the bunch, and has a lot to offer. He isn’t flat at all. The problem? Paasa. If you think you’ve closed everything, think again. (Labo).

Google Layout. He takes some getting to know of, but he surprisingly has good time management skills. He is your boy next door upgraded into a sleeker, cleaner, more attractive package.

Podium. Nasa loob ang kulo. (Because it’s good for interiors, hahahaha, GETIT?)

V-Ray. The hardest to get to know out of the whole lot. He is very high-maintenance, and will demand a lot of your time. But what you get out of him in return, if you put in the hours, is totally worth it.

Adobe Photoshop. If everyone if the previously mentioned were architects, then this guy is the artist. Ganda-gandahan.


Sorry, this is me being sabaw at 1am.

Massive Attack


I am officially panicking. Not only am I still not done, but I haven’t even decided if I ‘m going to wear yellow or gray socks/tights on my deliberations day.

Yup, my priorities in life are definitely all screwed up.

{Edit}: A new layout and blog title is in the works! I should have waited but I couldn’t stand the site of the previous layout any longer, so this will have to do until I’m thesis-free.

Allie has seen many a dust bunny in her lifetime, most of them in her dorm room. She is often mistaken as a 13-year old, further intensified by her weird fashion choices that mostly involve cutesy patootsie rings, colorful knee high socks, and ribbons and bows in her hair. She dreams of waking up one day and finding herself as a character in Star Wars. Preferably a jedi. With a purple lightsaber.

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