Last session on the goggles for the week.
"I'm ok with this!"
My thoughts on how the goggles are turning out, on seeing my previous model.
I'm now wrapping up the overall shape of the frames.
I'm leaving next week for catching and fixing any problems that I notice after this. Then, in the first week of December I plan to start the process of printing!
I'm a somewhat obsessive planner, analyst, etc., in conducting my projects. It's a funny contradiction/contrast of mine. In some matters I'm very spontaneous, messy, casual, while in others I'm OCD. I think it depends on how much I care about the activity. For example, I get quite detail-oriented for work, passion projects, relationships. I get quite haphazard for everyday activities, etc. I guess maybe I'm more on the obsessive side?
I'm getting to know deeply, to "grok" the goggles!
Much of this refinement process involves smoothing out rough edges.
As in general, for example in editing a text one removes the sharper phrases that don't read smoothly.
"Woah, cool! I made that?!"
My thoughts on seeing the draft of the model after the first three weeks.
Looks like the lower part of the frame now will likely rest on the middle of the nose. I think that this is a sensitive sinus area. As such, I want to modify this next week, so that it rests instead on more angular parts of the nose.
I also want to fix/improve the mirroring process. It now looks somewhat uneven, for example around the lower nose joins.
Numerous issues only show up after you draft. For this reason, I think it's important to allow leeway.
I look forward to wearing these!!!