3000 Views!

Today – my MSN Spaces broke the 3000 views mark – ‘rah!
 
A huge Thank You!  to everyone who has visited these pages, and to those that have kindly left Comments, and those who have E-mailed me.

You’ve made my day!
 

    THANK YOU!    

 
To say thanks, I’ve managed to get Windows Media Player to run on my MSN Space, and even a playlist of 3 of my Animations and one Music track.
  • Swear To Guard It (Robin of Sherwood animation – Herne & Albion)
  • Cold Feet theme (by Mark Russell) – love this moody piece
  • Wish You Were Here (Trelawney Dream animation)
  • Nasir Tribute (Robin of Sherwood animation – Nasir played by Mark Ryan)
You’ll see the animations buffering (up to 16Mb), but when they start to run, you can either view them in the blog window, or Media Player (Right-Click) -> Zoom -> Full Screen, and you will see why they take so long to load as they are full resolution!
 
  
 

 Also new & improved:
  • Archives (right column) View previous months (& > 25 blog limit)
  • Cateogry View (left column) – View Blogs by Category 

Right – off on a Tai Chi weekend at Offley Place in Hertfordshire :
 
 
Really looking forward to it now!
 
Have a good ‘un!
 
>>—> Trelawney
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Alpine Chateau & Sinister Church

Oh joy of joys!
 
Added this blog already – hit Publish Entry … MSN Spaces was down
Hiit < Back > .. Blog gone
 
Second time’s the charm then…
 
A change from portrait renders – I decided to do a couple of Architectural renders today.
 
Firstly, an Alpine Chateau scene set in pretty gardens and countryside.
 
Secondly, a two-layer render of a Church (soft focus) and Crucifix with glowing jewels to give it a sinister air.
 
Something for Halloween perhaps?
 
Hope you like – Comments always welcomed.
As usual feel free to e-mail me for full sized versions (1600×1200).
 
>>—> Trelawney

Aharr me Hearties!

Yo Ho Ho and (several) bottle(s) of Rum (and Tequila, Vodka Jelly and various other assorted beverages)!
 
Many thanks to Dom and Annie for putting on such a great Pirate Party at the weekend – we had a fab time – thanks guys!
 
For the evening, the house was converted into Treasure Island – Wooden ship themed kitchen with ships wheel, a plantation (lots of house plants!), a treasure chest filled with chocoalte (gold coins & goodies), and a veritable feast of vittels (food and drink and goodies aplenty).
 
Outside there was a jetty with string lights taking you from the house along a causeway (garden path) over the sea (garden) to the galleon / ship (garden shed) and inside there was a reversible pool / air hockey table which was kept busy all night!
 
Here are a couple of pics of us before the party – but I won’t put pics of the others on the internet until i’m sure they won’t mind (and they will no doubt have even more pics to share!)
 
>>–> (Pirate) Trelawney Hope

To my very cute partner …

Hey babe – Hope you like the portrait I did of you! x
 
>>—> Trelawney

Alien in the Cargo Bay

There’s a strange life form reading coming from our cargo bay ….
 
… someone needs to investigate …
 
>>—> Trelawney

Barbarian & Amazonian Jailbreak!

Just a quickie doodle today – Arnie (Conan) and Bridgit (Red Sonja) eat your hearts out!
 
As usual, e-mail me if anyone would like the full sized desktop pics (all out of web space now)!
 
Cheerio for now boys and girls!
 
>>—> Trelawney

The Real Optical Illusion

Okay, okay – that previous blog was pretty mean of me – but ihere’s a real one to make up for it:
 

 Read before you try!  It’s pretty cool!

 

If your eyes follow the movement of the rotating pink dot, you will only see one color, pink.
 
If you stare at the black + in the center, the moving dot turns to green.
 
Now, concentrate on the black + in the center of the picture.
 
After a short period of time, all the pink dots will slowly disappear, and you will only see a green dot rotating.

 

 

It’s amazing how our brain works.
There really is no green dot, and the pink ones really don’t disappear.
 
This should be proof enough,
– we don’t always see what we think we see!
 

>>—> Trelawney

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