08 September 2014
26 June 2014
Normally I leave the wargaming hobby blog for just that, wargaming. But occasionally I do step out bounds and this is one of them.
My (wonderful) wife Beth is a research scientist working for the CSIRO and yesterday CSIRO posted a article and video about her work.
Link to CSIRO page - https://blogs.csiro.au/climate-response/stories/modelling-australias-oceans/
I might have a bias but I do think it's worth a look.
And also at about 1:38 there's about ten seconds of CGI fish, my small contribution put together using Blender.
30 January 2014
For the last year or so I haven't had much of an opportunity to go any where near my painting table (gainfully employed), but the other day I did manage to clean that corner of the study and after rummaging through the mess I found this.
A plastic limber I had put together some time ago and promptly put to one side was sitting on my table partially charred and stuck to the cutting board. At some point a curtain was pulled back and sunlight passed though the magnifying glass in the top of the image and as improbable as it might seem everything was in just place and just the right angle to turn part of the limber to carbon.