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

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

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Pepper and Carrot. Episode 21: The Magic Contest.

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Notes from ECON100 on course overall.

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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.

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

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ECON100 Topic 1: Introduction. What is Economics.

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