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A few of us have attended Sci-Fi U while attending Wonderfest. Some of us have even attended all of the Sci-Fi U sessions offered in the last 3 years. Personally, I have found them to be educational and I seem to come away with new ideas and techniques each time, even last year when I was an instructor at the General Constrcution table.

Right now I am planning on attending WF 2005 and I am hoping we will continue to have Sci-Fi U sessions the day before the offical WF begins. While it might be a little ways away, ok 9-10 months, I thought we could maybe talk about what kinds of things we would like to see covered in that session.

Personally, I would really like to see a return of the airbrush sessions. While I have used an airbrush for more than 30 years, it continues to be one of the most underutilized tools I own. I have seen lots of work many people done, particularly on figures or busts. So it would be nice to see a session that covers tips and techniques, probably would be a good idea to have something covering proper cleaning and maintenance.

Anyone else???
 

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I was kinda thinking that would be the problem, but then I thought if there was enough interest, maybe we could think creatively about how to solve that. Like having a session outside, do it early to stay out of the heat, etc...
 

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Like I wrote elsewhere, I think building vacume form models would be workable at WF. I have never built one and no one around me has either. Would like to see it first hand. Keep the kit simple. Charge a little extra to cover the kit. Hey, could be fun!
 
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