Today in over 2 hours of live stream I took
about maybe four or five
frames I’m guessing. (only three!!)
Most of the time was spent working to make sure I get the Thirteenth Placed Outer Spiral Support aligned in the correct spot and marked to be cut in the correct place by G Choppy who still needs to fly over to it.
I rebuilt the support beams of the demonstration outer spiral where it arrives up above the lower portion of the triple splitter small feeder.
But first, as I mentioned G Choppy must fly over to that place in order to cut it.
He needs to slide along the bar but if he’s suspended by one point he tends to spin which is no good, so I made this:
It’s designed to hang on the metal rod above the set and then from its holes, two strings will hang down perpendicular to the rod so that G Choppy can be supported from each shoulder and will stop spinning as he follows along the rod as he’s hung by two strings instead of one.
I couldn’t use it in the filming this time because the rod has to fit underneath the upper glass shelf which is not visible in most camera views but the apex of this angled piece is too thick to fit between the rod and the glass above it.
So I’m making a thinner piece out of a popsicle stick and that glue is drying now while I’m eating lunch and composing this entry via voice transcription.
Here are the frames I took in this first live stream today: