Anyway you can watch it here to make up your own minds and if you get as far as 15 minutes in there's 90 seconds of yours truly saying super-injunctions were a farce.I don't know about you but lots has happened in my year - the first half was bit rubbish and the second half was brilliant.
He had what I think are three very clever and more-my-speed solutions to offer, two for the armature and one for the rigging. Well, you may have thought/known of these options already, but I hadn't.
The first thought he had was for me to go toy shopping, find a jointed doll/figure in the right size and use it inside my fiber-filled, latex-skinned and dressed puppet.
But it was a style that Louis XV and Louis XVI loved and expressed their quest for “elegance” in architecture, furnishings and paintings.
Rococo was expressed by curves, contrasts of light and especially in the use of gold trims and mirrors to reflect the candlelight.
Clare is Brilliant At Himself's urging, I made an official date today to go (downstairs) and talk over next steps for better armatures with friend and multi-talented artist/builder, Clare "The Killah" [name deleted].
(no, I don't know what that means but it made me laugh, I guess because it makes him sound like a pro-wrestler.) And it was a struggle of sorts, of the mind...
Another 365 days have passed and the whole world is marking it at an arbitrary point in time after which everything is much the same as it was before, only with a hangover.
It must be said though that the annual habit of taking a step back to survey what has passed is a pleasing one, and when I bought a 2012 diary the other day I had a lot of fun going through the 2011 one to transfer all the birthdays and seeing where I was and what or whom I was doing.
If Baroque art was associated with the Catholic Stylistic art and the efforts of the absolute monarchs like Louis XIV of France to maintain a high style to keep the people in line, then the Rococo period was an attempt to keep the people in line by giving them more entertainment and style.