Well, I had to start my render again for two reasons. Firstly part of the young lady’s armband was poking right into the arm and I hadn’t noticed in preview. I didn’t want to hurt her so I decided to move that! Secondly, I was using a snow shader on M4 in an attempt to make him look dirty (changed the snow colour to brown and grey), but it also made him look really shiny, so I took it off and he looks clean (not keen on that but never mind).
I did get Christmas boxes piled in the living room and the manger scene unpacked, with a lot of help from the 14 month old grandson. I can’t tell if he likes angels or not. He kept putting them in his wagon.
Every time my daughter decorates the tree, Earthquake Ian hits it within 15 minutes. Tinsel on the floor, ornaments in kitchen, living room and hall, angels in wagon. He’s getting fast at rippping open presents, no matter whose they are. I’m only leaving my room for coffee.
OH poor Anne. I remember the days of having to hide presents away out of the way of grasping little hands. My younger son was a very curious child ( looks suspiciously around to see if Neil is listening) and he took a good many years before he changed.
ANd then of course, after the presents have all been officially open you have that problem with clearing up the resulting mess, because, as we all know, the boxes and wrapping paper are infinitely more interesting than the toys that were inside, both with kids and cats.