This weeks events include paperwork, the finish of the Davros series weekend challenges and the possible future for Adaptive Pixel.
Most of this week I have been either job searching or working on my paperwork which focuses on a business plan. I should have done this before I started this site instead of just winging it but I feel the best way to move forward is to come up with a plan of action and goals. This isn't as easy as it sounds.
This will probably end with making Adaptive Pixel an official business instead of what it is just now. That will make me actually purchase this domain instead of using the free one as I am using just now so the URL would change to remove the .weebly part.
I'm still a bit far off of that at the moment but the change it likely to happen (unless someone decides to hire me(cough cough))
Davros Series Weekend Challenge.
This morning approximately around 0730 hours GMT the rendering out of the Davros animation finished. By about 0900 hours the animation was complied into a single video format. And by 1000 hours it had been successfully uploaded and published to the video hosting site known as YouTube. Thus marks the end of the series that focused on modelling, sculpting, texturing, rigging, animating, compositing, and exporting the character of Davros from the TV series of Doctor Who.
It has taken a total of 9 weekend challenges to complete this series which totals up to about 18 days (not including those days I couldn't work due to power failures and such). I did enjoy doing this but it is time to move onto another series for the weekend challenge. I will soon have a page dedicated to the project up in the main portfolio on this site but for now you can see what was done by clicking here.
The next series will begin this Saturday but the topic has not been chosen yet. Tune in on Monday to find out what it is.
The possible future for Adaptive Pixel
As I mentioned above, I have been working on a business plan for Adaptive Pixel and in doing so, I have come up with another service I could offer. I kinda want to do 3D printing stuff. At the moment I have the software that can do it (mainly Blender 3D) but not the physical printer. I am starting to learn the basics behind it which don't seem to be that difficult to learn but I think I would like to offer you kind people my services once I have enough knowledge of it.
If things go well, I may even invest in getting a 3D printer. A small one at least. So I can offer an all in one service. Don't know about you but I think that sounds pretty cool.
Hi, I'm Claude, head & creator of Adaptive Pixel. You might be wondering what brought you here and I'm here to tell you, it was a link. Here is where I will be posting what I'm currently doing and challenges I've done.
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