701 - Made It

17th Aug 2012, 12:00 PM in Renewal
Made It
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Tim 17th Aug 2012, 12:00 PM edit delete
It's official, I'm in!

As of the 16th September, I will be a student at UWE Bristol, studying Animation! Finally, after all the years of drawing, animating, and creating, I am, at last, at the starting line for what I want to do with my life!
Well, time to prepare...


IMN 17th Aug 2012, 12:41 PM edit delete reply
congratulation :)
Lemon Grenades 17th Aug 2012, 1:11 PM edit delete reply
Look at the numbers in the third frame, under Timothy's name.

The first four stands for the 4 hijacked planes. The you get a 9 for September, followed by 01 for the year. Then 2+7+2 equals 11, so that makes 11th September 2001.

Then there is the two 4's. Coincident that the Arabic word for Allah has four characters? I think not!

Finally, the last frame, the clincher. The Bristol Blenheim was one of the main British bomber planes at the start of WWII.

I have you now!
Tim 18th Aug 2012, 8:56 AM edit delete reply
Blast, now my Satanic Communist Nazi Arabic Alien Lizard Illuminati President Overlords will have no choice but to use radio waves to explode your brain! I hope for your sake that you have a tin foil hat nearby!
Plasma Man 14th Sep 2012, 7:41 PM edit delete reply
I've never known anyone so happy to be going to Bristol. Congratulations, anyway.
Tim 14th Sep 2012, 9:22 PM edit delete reply
Well, there's a number of reasons behind it.
1) Bristol has half the UK's animation industry with half the cost of living in London - making it cheaper to live here and easier to find a postgraduate job, and thereby get enough experience to be hired by more prominent studios.
2) Just the act of going to university this year makes me feel smug. Both of my brothers took 3 years to do A Levels and didn't do as well as they were expected to do. I did them in 2 years and nailed the grades, doing better than I thought I was going to.
3) It's a nice city. Even with the "Offices to Rent" signs plastered all over the place, it's got a really nice clean feel to it, and feels like a decent place to live, and it's not stupidly huge like London. Short bus hops are more than adequate to get to where I want to go.