Thursday, 10 April 2014

Early morning perspective

Morning walk Ramsgate Harbour crosswall, the way being blocked by the gates being open I stopped for quick sketch.

OK what’s wrong here, my children can see that it’s wrong, but not why.

The vanishing point is around about where the red lines converge.

So it should look something like this.

It looks like the skyline looking at Ramsgate from the harbour is going to change a bit.     

It’s not looking good on the computer front:

Windows XP is now unsupported and therefore no longer secure, my webstats tell me that about a quarter of the visitors to this site use Windows XP.

I also looks like the very software that was supposed to secure website passwords has had a hole in it for a couple of years, so we all need to change our passwords, but not too soon as the hole is probably still there on a lot of websites.  

1 comment:

  1. Half A ScientistApril 12, 2014 5:29 pm

    I am guessing (from my technical drawing at school) that you have drawn the shed with an isometric projection :-)


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