As some of you may be aware, I’ve been unemployed since January 2016: the result of an unexpected downsizing and an equally unexpected eye-operation for my Keratoconus. In respect to the Keratoconus, I saw my eye specialist a week ago and he reckons I’m as good as it will now get, and so I don’t need to see him for another year. Yippee! Albeit, I still have fifty stitches in
Just a short post. I did my initial brain dump of design specifications in PowerPoint. These are fairly simple. Here is a link to a Google image search on Art Nouveau. What do you see? Curved lines and natural shapes. So I had a go at using PowerPoint to create some basic outlines of wall shapes. This said, they feel more Art Deco (i.e. more geometric that natural in form).
So I sit here with Scrivener open, contemplating writing (contemplating writing is always so much easier than actually writing) and my mind falls to my world of Shade and maps. Should I map my world? Then I remember that I had contemplated this three years ago and even written some posts in which I used Bryce and Photoshop to create a maps of the chasm city of Shade. Wow! So
Hi folks, Just a short one today. I’ve been pondering my next BlenderÂ graphics project for a week or so. I’ve decided uponÂ a set. By this I mean a digital space for me to pose characters and make 3D images – much like a film set.Â I want a feature of the spaceÂ to be ornamental doors and windows, probably in a style like Art Deco or Art Nouveau. This can be a
So you may remember that we started this project with an overall plan that follows the PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) approach to remodel a 3D likeness of an x-ray machine that I first modeled a year ago for a presentation at EuroPCR 2016 – the official annual meeting of the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI) and the world-leading Course in Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine. Here is the diagram
So I am writing. Typing away furiously. I’ve just hit 180,000 words. And then it all comes crashing down with a single realisation – I’ve stuffed a part of my world-building. So how did I do this? I’ll try to answer that in a spoiler-free manner, just in case I ever finish this novel or you ever read it. I have a race of magic users (well, kind of). They