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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Sunday, 6 December 2015

DRAFT. (06/12/15)

It is almost a year since we have had wind and rain like the last downpour.
I spent most of the time drying out and playing in Blender. I didn't do very well but here is a draft card in case I can't do better.
Have a good week.

18 comments:

  1. I like it.... The only thing is John Wayne in El Dorado came up afterwards... Stay dry.

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    1. Bill, there is twice as much work to do still.

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  2. I like it too. How did you do that?

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    1. Marie, it's free software called Blender. I finished the video in Photoshop not that any of it is finished.

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    1. Mersad, you can any virtual effect in Blender. It is difficult to tell what will happen form the preview render though as I have mine set to 10 samples as my computer can cope in real time then.

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  4. I urge great caution when playing in a blender.

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    1. John, this blender is kind to fingers but not my head.

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    1. Linda, it isn't even 25% there yet but I thought I'd stick a draft together.

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  6. WOW! That is brilliant. I know you know I am going to MAlawi but just to tell you I received bad news yesterday that all my fmaily were in a head on car crash and although all aaare injured ALL are alive. Timing is perfect but it will not be the christmas now we planned but who cares, MY family is ALIVE

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    1. Margaret, that's not good news. I wish them a speedy recovery.

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  7. Christmas! Heaven's above Adrian. It several weeks away. You're a bit early aren't you. Next thing is you'll be telling e you've put your decorations up. I like the card by the way.

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    1. Graham, I have made a much better one now but hit a problem. It takes hours to do this sort of thing badly and twice as long for it to be acceptable.

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  8. I like the way you handle your workflow Adrian...get the Christmas card in early and that should leave plenty of time to work on the New Year and Easter cards!...[;o)

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    1. Trevor we are getting there slowly two steps forward and one back.

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  9. Looks imteresting, Adrian, although I'm a little concerned about the symbolism!

    I hope that you manage to keep your head above water (not often that I say that in a literal sense!) - - - Richard

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  10. Richard, don't encourage them. It's a celebration of the holiday .

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