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Thanks, Travis! Of course, for the kids to learn, they’d have to actually listen to us first! 🙂
Yes, it is difficult to visualise that everything we see is made up of tiny atoms that actually have space between them. Granted, it’s not a lot of space, but it’s still there!0
Benedict Roff-Marsh replied to the topic Isabel of Grey Abbey – looking for a Visual Artist in the forum Collaborations 1 week, 2 days ago
As you know other vids of mine have animations/movement but while I tried it here at first, I wasn’t feeling it. Yes we are all action-starved (as a result of overstimulation) but I can only do what I can do. I am more interested in finishing a project then getting bogged down.
General audiences are all so demanding that unless…[Read more]0
Travis replied to the topic Isabel of Grey Abbey – looking for a Visual Artist in the forum Collaborations 1 week, 2 days ago
Benedict your art skills are great and certainly good enough for your videos. Like I mentioned on Youtube it feels like there needs to be a bit more happening, more movement or text or even your images scrolling across the screen. What a shame there are no great shortcuts to animating, still a very tedious, drawn out process. Excellent opportunity…[Read more]0
Wow Jane you really know your stuff, together with Benedict I’m sure your kids must benefit greatly from all that wisdom!
It’s hard to wrap my head around the idea of things being made from atoms but to consider those atoms packed tight together in their attracting and repulsing states keeping them stable to form a solid makes some sense.
Thanks for having a crack at explaining your thoughts on it, I found the two note analogy most interesting – how they need each other vibrating together to create that third note.
You have a great sense of humour Benedict, you should really have a go at comedy in some form.0