This was one of the best classes I took at the Savannah College of Art and Design. The time requirements for the class were immense, but the ability to pace yourself was great. Our professor had us all take on responsibilities, however, it was up to us to pace that responsibility. This meant I learned more about how to work physically with a large group of people, and how to communicate deadlines in order to get the final product done on time.
This is still an ongoing project, and I think looking back on my time on the project, I wish I had a lighter schedule during this class. I was in three studio classes which all demanded immense amount of times. On top of that, I was doing a 7 day design challenge called "Startup" as an extra curricular, and working a 20 hour job. So if I were to rewind time, I would have chosen to take one less studio and perhaps do a lecture in order to dedicate more of my free time outside of class, to the hovercraft. Today the project is just about finished and I am awaiting some amazing photos and videos of the final product (painted and with a digital dash), then I will make sure to update this page with those assets!