Yesterday was the last day of my second exhibition, which was part of Terug naar het Begin festival (Back to the Beginning festival) in the Netherlands.
Me and a few other students each created a concept for an artwork for the festival in just 8 weeks. After that, we had just 2 weeks to really create the artworks themselves. For me, that meant creating an artwork of 2meter (depth) x 2meter (width) x 6meter (height) in just 2 weeks, including a day to drive to Belgium to get 7000 meter glass fiber.
But we did it! The final artworks were stunning. Visitors really loved them, and so did the
The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's king, whereby the king is under immediate attack (in "check") and there is no way to remove or defend it from attack on the next move.
Even my teachers don't know any way to make this. The guys with 30+ years of experience. Yargh.
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I came across something rather funny today, as I was searching for 'make object float'. I was trying to find a way to make yet another chess artwork float without any threads. Who knows, maybe it can be done? So anyway, I found a forum where I read this:
How do I go about changing a rigidbody so that
I'm not painting nor exhibiting, but drawing and designing. Drawing suits me better, I think. I'm working on a webcomic, which is to be launched somewhere in the future. And I'm expecting my second child So quite some changes!