What would you love to do if you weren't a designer? :)
almost 2 years ago
Is this the slab you were working on, per chance?
Per chance, yes it is :)
Is that Uranus in the top right corner?
If you play your cards right you might find out ;)
Thank you, but I am quite content with just a lens flare :)
by Jean Mosambi
I would love tell stories with my camera.
Picture taken at Andheri - Mumbai (India)
almost 2 years ago
by Jonathan Ogden
Rebound for Joe Prince's playoff. If I could do something that wasn't design it would be writing music. Which I do a little bit of already in my spare time, but I'd love to really learn my instrument well, spend more time making music and doing gigs. Maybe one day!
by Jason Vanlue
I'd build pretty things NOT on the web...
by Enon Avital
Rebound for Joe Prince's playoff. Not that that I would *love* to do this, per se, I love my life.
But seriously- imagine if you lost the ability to create things.
I wish I had time to make something, even if it were something little. I'd love to be an astronaut ;p or yeah, something to do with astronomy
by Michele Angeloro
by Mike Bruner
Hey, you asked!
I'm still trying to become a designer.
^That makes two of us.
by Joe Thomas
by Jakub Foglar
I though this one was pretty obvious for a designer.
by Carl Fairclough
I wouldn't call myself a designer yet, but geology has always interested me.
by Natashya Bay
Though I do ride competitively and have a horse of my own, if I hadn't have become a designer, I would have been training, coaching, or breeding horses. (Of which still might make an appearance in my life.) The horse featured is my beautiful Quarter Horse gelding, "A Splashy Investment" AKA "Hugo."
by Paul Weichhart
I was always thinking about astronomy too.
by Breno Bitencourt
by Luis Lopez Grueiro
Nice playoff Joe Prince. My other passion is play with cards. Takes to much time so I am not even a beginner but I will love to be like Rene Lavand, no se puede hacer más lento http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKxeQyK0uzQ
by Devon Henderson
I actually chose design because it was the safer of the two options. Plus it's just more fun :)
by Matt Zimmerman
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