I had some time off from the day job, recently, and was looking forward to getting a lot of modeling and writing finished. This didn't happen. Life got in the way. But, also (whatever), while I had intended to get a lot done on the software side, I was able to make some hardware changes, thanks to my friend Adam donating an old I7 and a mobo that can drive 6 cards natively. A recent test rendered frames at a rate of less than a minut per frame (5 GPU). This is a HUGE improvement in processing, meaning it would only take about 12 days of 24/7 rendering to produce one episode. Ugh. . .
The software work I did complete can be seen below. I moved back to Doc's office. I have some ideas for the walls, but always appreciate more. I also wonder what Doc would keep on his shelves.
Shop overview so-far.
If it is, at least put an upward-opening trapdoor in the ceiling! To quote Helix,