James Tan Advanced Printmaking Workshop 25-26 April 2019

It’s not done till it’s printed. Ansel Adams once said “The negative is the equivalent of the composer’s score, and the print the performance.” Anyone who’s serious in photography would have made 100,000 exposures or more within the span of 5 years. In this “Age of Instagram”, countless images are made every day – some …

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A Multiple Extruder on a rotating turret idea for FFF / FDM 3D printers *Updated*

I’ve been puzzled for quite a while over the issue of the design of multiple extruders on FDM 3D printers. Most of the current design dictates an XY offset, which I feel cannibalizes on the XY build space of the printer. Not only that, it requires multiple feed motors, one for each nozzle, and that …

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Giclee printing

It aint easy but it’s really friggin rewarding. I used to have the (stupid) mentality that nowadays, digital photographs are supposed to just remain in the computer or the personal web gallery, to be shown to people from a laptop or desktop screen somewhere. For years I have carried on in my photography with this …

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Last sunrise of 2007

didnt think that i’d stay up till morning doing paperwork but i did. then i saw this. it was beautiful. it lasted only 3 mins. but it was good enough to set my mood for the start of the last day of the year. =)

1st post!

Hmmmm……here we go again! bwahahahahahaha… got caught in the blogging fever by jon, william and ukay. havent blogged for about 4(?) years? maybe it’s time to do some housekeeping and start all over again. hehx. p.s. the previous blog lasted 3 days.