owasp2017

aklapril2017-azurefunc

I attended Serverless Auckland April meetup. Richard Stinear spoke about Azure Functions.

aklapril2017-doodle

Drawing I did before leaving to Auckland.

aklapril2017-owasp

owaspnz2017. The 8th owasp and the 2nd time that I have attended. This was drawn during the intro and includes the title of the first speaker.

aklapril2017-owasp2

Talk on the owasp top 10 and the changes that are happening to them. I am especially happy to see unprotected apis added to the list, along with merging several existing.

aklapril2017-owasp3

Security Misconfig. SQL injection and good practice.

aklapril2017-owasp4

The basics of XSS - history and what it is.

aklapril2017-owasp5

How to handle user uploaded files.

aklapril2017-serverlesscosts

The 2nd piece from Serverless. Notes on AWS costs of ec2 vs lambda.

aklapril2017-serverlesscosts2

econ100-week6

econ100-week6-cannabis

Start of logo design for Economics Discussion Group. Revising for test - looking at Cannabis market and what happens if supply increases. Price drops but demand doesn't increase by much since Cannabis is inelastic.

econ100-week6-polluter

In class we looked at 'polluters' and how to define them. Several examples were given and compared heavy/light solutions. Loud music being played in flat when you have a exam the next day. If you fail the exam you will miss out on $22,000 due to having to spend more time at uni rather than working. One solution is to give noisy flatmate money in order to be quiet and go to the pub. The money you give now will result in saving as you will pass the exam.

econ100-week6-rhino

Another example we looked at was the hold out minority. Supermarket gets consents from everyone to build shop. Someone is away and doesn't consent. Supermarket offers to buy house once person is back - able to get a large amount of money as you minority holding out in the supermarket building the shop.

econ100-week6-scarcity

I've been watching videos on YouTube of Robots and the future of work. Planning on having a meet up for Economics Discussion Group on Robots and Tax.

econ100-week6-tut5

In tutorial 5 we looked at what happens when market fail. This can happen when there is a price floor/ceiling and equilibrium isn't able to be reached. This results in a shortage or surplus.

econ100-week6-usedcars

The market of used cars and sellers saying 'dud' cars are good.

econ100-week5

anewecon

I attended a film at uni called A New Economy. My fav part was the focus on robots and open source. The urban gardens were also enjoyable.

anewecon2

A New Economy part two. Mostly notes from the film.

econ100-deadweightloss

In ECON100 we learnt about dead weight loss and how you get more if tax is applied to certain items rather than everything. GST.

econ100-elastics

Elasticity is the responsiveness to react to changes.

econ100-elastics2

elasticity of supply is usually larger in long run. More flexible.

econ100-elastics3

The question was to list the factors that make demand for a good more elastic.

econ100-elastics4

These are the factors.

econ100-elastics5

In class we looked at deadweight lose and sex workers.

econ100-extemalities

Pollution.

econ100-minwage

Min wages and a few tips for the test this week.

econ100-poach

Looked at poachers and rhinos. Farm a little of the rhinos horn every year - it grows back and helps increase the supply so price is lower and less likely to rhinos to be killed.

econ100-supplytax

Tax and the affect it has on supply

econ100-taxpayers

econ100-tsellcorn

Different prices of corn - 5, 4, 3. elastic - 10, 13, 18 demand. inelastic - 10, 11, 12.

landscape1

A landscape. No life drawing this week.

econ100-week4

march17end-cmarket

Going against the flow. More enter market increasing supply.

march17end-cycical

Cyclical Patterns. There is an increase of supply in market due to more entering. Price is going to drop.

march17end-digreal

March meeting for Digital realities Hamilton meetup. Red Crater Software did a talk on the Microsoft Hololense.

march17end-efficent

econ100 tut 3. The Efficiently of competitive markets. Consumer/producer surplus

march17end-kidney

Human kidney market. The supply at zero dollars is not none.

march17end-lifedraw-color

Life Drawing. Mia color layer.

march17end-lifedraw

Life Drawing. Mia. Portrait and upper body. Tattoos.

march17end-longhair

sketching. Several portraits, focusing on the hair

march17end-maxwel

Why competitive markets maximise welfare.

march17end-miaback

15 min pose. This was a back pose for me so I ended up drawing the flight switch on the wall.

march17end-miaback2

Another back pose. This time I got a bit of her face.

march17end-miaread

Longer 30 min pose. Mia reading.

march17end-miaside

Side view but Mia looking away.

march17end-moreelastic

Elasticity. Looking at the different types.

march17end-priceeqi

More on elasticity.

march17end

sketch.

march17end2

character doodles.

march17end3

consumer and producer surplus graphs with character sketches around the page.

march17endsurpus

pricechange

econ100-week1

The first week of my study at Waikato Uni is over. This post contains the notes I took during the week along with life drawing, and Pepper Carrot drawings

addemandprice-line

New character that was introduced in the Pepper and Carrot comic. Advertising, demand, and price notes for my econ100 class.

choiceproduce-line

Making choices on what products to produce. List of alt choices.

facesqueeze-line

No thick to thin. Must of unplugged the tablet and not noticed. If this happens the best way to fix the issue is to close GIMP and reopen.

ldh-wendyend

Wendy was the model at Life Drawing Hamilton. This was the final two drawings I did of her for the day. I left life drawing early as I wanted to get home before school finished.

ldh-wendylong

Wendy long post. Jaged edges with the pen tool. It really makes a difference to the flow of the image if I am able to create thick/thin lines.

ldh-wendymiddle

It had been months since I had attended life drawing. It was certainly a challenge getting back into it. The small Pi screen does not help. I am hoping to buy a larger monitor for the Pi soon.

ldh-wendywarmup

Warmup poses. Starting with writing life drawing hamilton and the date - March 3rd along the top of the page.

microecom-begin-line

Microeconomics notes. These were mostly taken from a intro to economics podcast I listened to. There were 15 episodes and they were around 20 minutes each. I may go back and listen to them in the future.

normalinferior-line

Notes from class on the difference between Normal and Inferior goods. Normal you buy more if income up, and less if income down. Inferior - you buy more if income down and less if income up.

peppercarrot-castle-line

There is a new Pepper and Carrot comic - number 21. I always like to redraw the enviorments in the comic - this time it was the stadium. Castles and pillars.

peppercarrote21-line

Pepper and Carrot. Episode 21: The Magic Contest.

praticegrade-line

Notes from ECON100 on course overall.

substitutescomplementary-line

ECON100 notes. Substitutes and Complementary. Coke and Pepsi are substitutes. If you buy one - you are not going to buy the other. Hot dog/Hot dog bun. This is a complementary. These items go together.

thirdfactor-line

ECON100 examples and skills to pass the course. Be curious.

topic1intro-line

ECON100 Topic 1: Introduction. What is Economics.

econ100-start

conceptecon-line

Concepts of Economics. I am doing ECON100 through Waikato Uni. These are notes that I have been taking from wikieducater.

conceptecon2-line

More notes for ECON100. Here I am looking at the equations. Portrait of Lessig on the top right.

larry-line

Larry 2020. Text taken from xkcd comic. Writing a short story on Lessig for my next writers group. One of the prompts was You're Fired so I looked at the 2016 election and those that stood for President.

prairiehouse-line

Beatlejuice. Grim Little Prraire House. This was the theme for Concept Art EOW.

rainbowbeard-line

Just drawing. No notes. Character in the middle of the page. Landscape below. Landscape in the distance.

sharpteeth-line

Sharp teeth in the mouth on the left. Water below. Landscape in the distance.

waveform-line

Character on the top right with wave lines coming out of his forehead.

bernie-compclub

berniedot-line

Portrait of Bernie Saunders. Only drew his eyes and nose then ended up just doodling.

hightower-line

This was created when watching Man in the High Tower season 2

largecirclesmall-line

Large rectangle shape with lots of small circles. Landscape at the bottom

needanerd-line

Notes from Hamilton Computer Club Feb 2017. Had someone from NeedaNerd come and do a talk. It was a good overall of whats hing

nudesfeb17-line

SketchDaily figure studies. Life Drawing Hamilton will startup again in March. Warmups for that.

hdmi-board

circlefull-line

Collab piece with mr3. His lines are thin and straight. Focusing on the centre of the image.

circleocean-line

Playing with shapes. Repeating usual patterns. Long horizontal rectangle filled with circles.

fallofcopy-line

Ideas from Fall Of Copy. Novel started in November 2016. Currently editing the rough draft. Cut.

gstswitch-line

gst-switch. Software based system for interactive live mixing of incoming video streams, designed for needs of conference recording. Sketched when watching Linux Conf Aus 2017 videos. Do go check the talks out.

hdmi2usb-line

HDMI2USB. Open video capture hardware + firmware. Sketched diagram of setup. Artistic twist.

issac-grayscale

Issac Grayscale. Grayscale layer of the life drawing. Cut off forehead. Black circles are beard. Darker area on arm is tattoos.

issac-line

Issac Line. Line layer of the life drawing. Detail on the fake tattoos. No background. Arm resting on nothing.

repofocean-line

Novel idea after watching season 2 of The Man in The High Tower. Oceanic.

spavex-line

More novel ideas and sketches of objects connected.

usbboard-line

Tims Videos Streaming System. Sketch of the board. Some areas missing and unclear.

car-looney

carloony-color

Color layer of the toy car and looney tunes character. Didn't cover the whole page but just key areas. Matched up colors of the car with the paint color.

carloony-grayscale

grayscale layer of toy car and looney tunes character.

carloony-line

line layer of toy car and looney tunes character. I asked someone for a request to draw and they gave me a childs car toy to draw. It was fun - something different that I usually would never draw. I love requests. Included also is a Loony Tunes character - this was drawn from a reference image.

dns-line

dns line. Random doodles as usual.

helloangel-line

hello. can you hear me.

zalandomonster-line

zalando content that I forgot to include in the previous post.

zalandosearch-grayscale

grayscale layer of the Zalando content. Focus on key and important areas.

zalandosearch-line

Zalando line layer.

zalando

I have been working on the Zalando API. Have been looking for a Fashion API for sometime and very happy with this. This artwork was creating in between breaks of writing code.

nozalando-grayscale

grayscale layer. Portrait on the left and building out from there. Didn't finish everything

nozalando-line

Line layer. Connecting circles with rectangles

xylandscape-line

landscape along the top left. Continue with pipe and square ideas

yxlandscape-line

zalandofashion-line

Zalando ideas. Been improving the api and went further with sketching ideas and brainstorming. Text is from their website

zalandoheader-line

Continue Zalando brainstorm. Menu, script, item ideas.

zalandolandscape-line

zalando written in top left. Robots and landscapes

zalandosimilar-line

Goals of the api. Landscapes. Water is everywhere.