||May 29, 2010 at 8:58 pm
In which I’m going to talk about Sarah having a Significant Life Event for a while. A good one. There are pictures. You may see them below the fold.
||May 29, 2010 at 12:16 am
A couple of brief notes: I’ve changed the way comments work slightly – old posts are now open to comments instead of being closed after 2 weeks. I can’t find a way to let registered users comment on closed posts, so that’s how it will be. If I end up getting a ton of spam, we’ll change things around again, probably to a registered users only commenting system. Second and more fun, you’ll now notice a new thing on the sidebar – a Twitter feed. Yes, I’ve finally given in. You can find me as afk_dwip. Since I’m sure you’re all wondering, I’ll explain it this way. Back in this blog’s days of yore, there used to be a ton […]
But with 100% more Sad Hut in Snow, which is somewhat appropriate for a desktop background as you shall see: Anyway, it turns out that Windows 7 no longer has Pensive Kitten as an avatar, which makes me rather sad, because me and Pensive Kitten, we had a thing, man. What we went through together, it creates bonds, deep bonds between man and digitized baby feline. That said, I’m kind of glad that Pensive Kitten wasn’t here to witness the horror of what came next.
I’m No Fan Of the 19th Century…
||May 11, 2010 at 1:08 am
But the writing had a certain flair to it. Quoth the New York Times of 3/28/1860: Mr. DARWIN’s mode of accounting for the diversity of the specific forms of organic life, differs alike from the doctrine of LAMARCK, (who made transmutation to depend mainly upon the efforts of the animal,) and from the hypothesis of the author of the Vestiges (who found the solution of the problem in the idea of consecutive development.) It differs also, let us say, in having for its basis some undeniable facts. Too, as I have oft lamented to Sarah, we have lost a certain flair for naming seen in days of yore, and please do persue that comment thread for more on the subject, […]
Flipping Normals In Blender
||May 6, 2010 at 3:54 pm
Yes, this is now the All Blender All Day blog. For those of you expecting my normal witty banter, alas. Today’s lesson is a discussion of normals and flipping of normals for the edification of Samson, who recently had some issues with flipped collision normals.
For today’s exciting lesson in Blender, we’re going to talk about using Blender’s ability to save UV face layouts for fun, profit, and improved dice textures.
Creating Dice In Blender
||May 1, 2010 at 1:52 am
In which we are, for the edification of Hanaisse, going to create a dice in Blender and put it in a .nif so Oblivion can use it.