I made a very short video to encourage people to vote in the General Election tomorrow.
There is a lot at stake and this time it can really make a difference.
I can’t post video directly here, but I have so far posted it to YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter (all embedded below), so please share on your favourite platform, if you know someone who you think might need some encouragement.
Here is a 360 photo I made on our recent trip to the north Norfolk coast,
You can view it in Google Maps.
There should be an embedded version below:
Eldest daughter’s portrait of William Golding is featured on the Nailsea School Twitter account.
This year I will be participating in the Bristol SouthBank Arts Trail, taking place from the 13th – 14th May 1017. I’ll be sharing a venue with Orla Handley and The Secret Stuff Laboratory.
You can see a full list of artists on the trail here.
Hopefully see you there.
(image by Paul from Plaster)
At BDH we made some pretty delicious graphics for this series on the chemistry of food.
Michael Mosley and James Wong reveal the physics, chemistry and biology hidden inside our food. They travel the world in a culinary adventure to search for the origins of our favourite foods and using specialist photography and CGI, they take us on a journey inside the most sumptuous food, right down to the molecular level.
You can see a promo here featuring some of the work we did.
Watch out for the tongue and tastebud sequences ;-).
9pm Friday 24th February (This evening) BBC2.
Replacing the “displacementToPoly” command previously useful in Maya.
Go to Arnold/Utilities/Baked_Selected_Geometry. This will export from the scene as an OBJ that should match your Catclark Subdivision level. The process can take some time.
You then have to import the OBJ back into the scene.