Posts tagged stitch
Posts tagged stitch
Stitch is traveling again! A spontaneous trip to Yingge, which is known for making ceramics and pottery.
Just chilling on a kiln.
Posing next to ceramic tiles…
Oooh… pretty tiles…
Do I look cuter with my head this way? More…
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We went island hopping!
Our first destination is this little hut in the middle of the sea, with a turtle roof. And our activity was snorkeling! (another first for me)
There were a lot of fishies swimming around us, it’s so pretty (unfortunately we don’t have an underwater camera).
The next location is an actual island. It’s called Snake island, because it is a long like a snake.
Free loader Stitch wanted a lot of pictures taken (including the ones I previously posted).
We snorkeled some more, fed fishies, took pictures (of ourselves) and had a picnic lunch on Snake island, before moving on the next island.
I found my (now) favorite sea creature on the next island (Pandan island): star fishies!
You can make them crawl on your hand! And stack them on top of each other to form a little Christmas tree (since it’s Christmas and all), but my little sister refused to take a picture of it (animal cruelty daw).
We had a quiet Christmas eve dinner at the hotel, where we had our favorite Filipino dishes: sinigang (a Filipino soup or stew characterized by its sour flavor most often associated with tamarind) and kare-kare (a Philippine stew made from peanut sauce with a variety of vegetables, stewed oxtail, beef, and occasionally offal or tripe), etc.
And that was how we spent our Christmas eve day.
While our Christmas day was actually our flight back to Manila.
And thus ended our trip.
Stitch by the beach I
Honda Bay Islands, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
Merry Christmas everyone! - Stitch and friends
Stitch’s costume - mummy or wounded soldier?
Or toiler paper ninja?
As I mentioned in my previous post: Autodesk Photofly (http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/photo_scene_editor/) creates a 3D mesh using a collection of images of a certain object, in this case, Stitch. The program lags like hell on my laptop, but the result is just awesome.
Playing with Stitch and Autodesk Photofly (http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/photo_scene_editor/). Basically, you take pictures of an object at every 10 degrees (my sis used the panorama function of her Canon HS digital camera), and then you upload the pictures to the Autodesk Photofly cloud, and it perform its magic, and then sends you an email to inform you that it has finished turning your photos into a 3D mesh, which you can still edit (if you want) in the Autodesk Photo Scene Editor. You can even define an animation path (pan, orbit, zoom etc. on your model) and export a video, which you can upload to YouTube. I think you can even manipulate the 3D model using design software.
It is soooo awesome!
Another one from Stitch~!
Happy Halloween, prepare for another treat of trick from Stitch!
Trick or Treat!