Too Many Ideas - Archive for April, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #6

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

Thirteen Things about Little Dragon the hero in the novel I’m writing. He’s a 1950s private detective who is trying to find the missing daughter of a wealth shipping magnate who has gone missing, in a story book world. Unable to eat anything while there because consuming food or drink will trap him in the […]

Wordless Wednesday #1

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

Autofocused This Eclectic Life CKC The Twinkies Donna YellowRose Kuanyin Celeste Ingrid Angel Mama ( Pearls of Wisdom) Stephanie Brian High Strangeness Altoona Jamie Jarid and Caydon blog jenn in holland Comedy Plus amy Angela Giles Klocke Holly Schwendiman

Past Lies

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

Three blog posts in a day here and several more on Vue News and Disavowed-1010! I didn’t want to finish today without giving Kim’s new book a proper plug… I’m not going to pretend to be a big reader of romantic fiction. Until I read Kim’s previous story Buying Mackenzie’s Baby I think the last […]

First Swift of the Year

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

Saw my first swift of the year in the park this morning on my way to work. It might have been a swallow as it was going at a real rate of knots but I’m pretty sure it was a swift. The house martins will be wizzing around soon too.

Vue Eruption

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

The picture originally intended for last night’s post about Creating a Bifurcated Lava Flow in Vue Infinite was waiting for me when I got up this morning. Rendered in Vue 6 Infinite and resized for uploading to the web.

Creating a Bifurcated Lava Flow in Vue Infinite

Monday, April 16th, 2007

An updated and edited version of my earlier blog post on making a Bifurcated Lava flow in Vue is now available on the impworks web site as Creating a Bifurcated Lava Flow in Vue Infinite. While making an image to go with this I’ve been playing with some of the new tools in Vue 6 […]

Dr Who – Gridlock

Sunday, April 15th, 2007

Caught up with last nights Doctor Who which was a cracking episode. A good episode but maybe not as good as the first two because "The Shakespeare Code" and "Smith and Jones" went to more trouble to establish a solution to the problem in the plot rather than The Doctor pluging wire A in to […]

So that was what it was called

Friday, April 13th, 2007

I’ve been trying for weeks to remember the name of a BBC drama from the 80s. I’d remembered the theme was Stravinsky’s The Firebird but that didn’t help track it down. Google is great for many things but when you’re looking for the wrong title it’s no help at all. Thanks to the New Scientist […]

Thursday Thirteen #5

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

  Thirteen Things from my life in the Last Seven Days by Mark Caldwell It was the last episode of Life on Mars this week. I think it made sense in the end. Sort of. And even though there isn’t going to be anymore it didn’t finish in a way that they couldn’t do any […]

New Vue Python Script: Terrain Matcher

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

Have you ever wanted a plateau on your terrain that a building can stand on or to cut a flat road through a scene? Here is a new Python script for Vue 6 Infinite and Vue 6 xStream to make doing both of those easier. It appeared as a work in progress yesterday (Terrain Sculpting […]

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