Thursday, 28 October 2010

bouncy bouncy Ü

(so yea I know this mushroom shake is awesome in terms of the pivot and all the rest of it.)

Basically here is a small test where I didn't even bother to tick the lights on the squirrel properly, but I am going to leave this one for now and go play with some other rigs.

Still a lot of stuff to be added to this one, but it will do for now

video

check out the ninja hold in mid air....

video

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Shhhhhh! don't tell my producer...




what are they? I am going with "wears"... +more mr doob's harmony

Sunday, 24 October 2010

"Stuck Alone"


This is a picture created using a very yummy bit of coding indeed. Thank the talented Kat who introduced me to Harmony

Intuitive and lovely to use. Took me less than an hour

* a melancholic dragon

Monday, 18 October 2010

+1

The First.

Well the year has started. This is going to be a short post. Short like my hair.

First and foremost, avoid the trivial yadah-yadah rubbish about how hard this year is going to be. (We already knew.)

For me its all about the momentum. I need to feed upon certain emotional and intellectual push in order to drive forward. At the moment things are sporadic and unclear and most of the work is having to be done through a substantial strain. Withdrawing from the current state with alcohol and apathy really doesn't do much.

People have their bonuses... Some of us can really go on and enjoy the last year for what it is, the working frenzy. Its all about being adaptive to the current state of play. Those who do not adapt do not survive. Simple laws.

It might be a forward motion... but it's certainly a moonwalk. How not to look back at the first two years? How to get to grips with my own life and stop being so smacked-on-the-head the whole time? Howto howto howto....

It's OK though. I don't fancy starting work with this kind of attitude. It's destructive and I am likely to build my own problems into the work I'm producing. It's going to be good again. Definitely. got to be.

Plus this interesting lecture about the quantum computing, everyone is on about. Let's hear what the physicist have got to say.

Suzanne Gildert on Quantum Computing