Late last week I got distracted from what I ought to have been doing by a program that generates height maps, for realistic 3D terrain, and I spent a few days mucking about with it. Making terrain is a really interesting problem and this is one more tool in my tool box for solving that. I sort of justified the time I spent with that software by writing it up in my Webomator blog.
Those terrain experiments have me thinking about a couple of new print-resolution images; not sure what will come of that yet, but I am thinking. I solved a problem that was giving me fits in my 3D software and that makes it a lot more pleasant to goof around with it again. So, like I said, things are sort of germinating, but I’m not sure yet where they’ll go.
I see that I’m creeping up toward 50,000 page views here. I feel like we should have a party or something when I hit it. Fireworks?
One of the things I’d like to add to the Web-O-Blog is an article or a whole section that’s all about print-on-demand services, specifically for artists. I’ve got a feeling that might be a resource that you folks might like. But of course it’s a relatively big thing to put together, so it’s not there yet.
I guess I’ve got a fair number of things germinating, now that I think about it. And I haven’t even mentioned my “lemon trees in Ohio” experiment, have I?