I made this tshirt design the other day, with help from my daughter (she did the carrot). Vegetables, be afraid. Available on RedBubble or Spreadshirt
Trove Australia tweeted a picture of an unknown object.
Image sequences, love ’em. All those distributed renders and so on create hundreds of thousands of image files on my media drive, so it’s good to have a quick scrip for checking that a sequence has rendered completely without any gaps. Here’s one in Powershell. It tells you if any files are not in sequence … Continue reading A quick snippet for checking image sequences
I have a copyright notice template and I wanted it to auto update every year. Yes, I’m that lazy. So I should be able to do it with an expression, right? Well, yes… and no.
This is a quick run-though of a script I am developing that automates the process of creating a walking character with multiple legs. The script is a bit tricky to use at the moment, and has some flaws, so stay posted for updates. But tricky as it is, it saves a heap of time animating … Continue reading Walker script prototype.
I was doing some rigging recently, when something went wrong and the whole rig exploded on me. ‘By cricketty’ I thunk to meself, ‘there should be a stop button for expressions like there is for my bandsaw’. Those things could take someone’s leg orf. So I got out my scripting iron, and clickety-clackety wrote this … Continue reading Stop-‘n-Go – an emergency stop button for expressions
Hey, I created a script that does useful work! It’s tedious setting the duration of a comp to fit layers that extend past the end or before the beginning, and it would be nice if you didn’t have to do the I-B-O-N + Right-click + Trim Comp To Work Area dance when you want crop … Continue reading First-n-Last – a script to fit the comp duration to the first and last layers.