This week I’ve been fixing some bugs, adding some minor effects and adding wave effect.
In order to add wave effect I’ve had to read a lot of ImageMagick code. Lucky me, there was an if that made all too much simpler. Unlucky me, I didn’t realize until the third reading-code day.
Anyway, after sweating blood, here you are the images:
Inspirado por edans y esperando que El Teleoperador se apiade de mi alma public mi nivel de implicaciÃ³n con las cosas que leo.
Nivel “me la suda”: no sÃ³lo no me aporta nada sino que prÃ¡cticamente molesta. Nivel “me la pela”: no aporta nada, pero al menos sirve para pasar el rato. Nivel estrellita: le pongo estrellita en el Google Reader con la ilusiÃ³n de que en algÃºn momento podrÃa llegar a aspirar a ser Ãºtil. Nivel compartir: Aquellas cosicas que pongo a compartir en el Reader, normalmente para que parezca que soy normal, o como mÃnimo mÃ¡s normal de lo que parezco. Nivel delicious: Nivel mÃ¡ximo. O lo he leÃdo y lo quiero conservar o no lo he leÃdo y de verdad quiero leerlo. Todos a mi delicious.
Finally I figure out the problem with the convolve method. The code I wrote was only prepared to deal with TYPE_INT_ARGBBufferedImages but when reading a image from a file, it doesn’t ensure this type. Now this is fixed and working.
Furthermore, I added charcoal, solarize and shade effects. The latter gave some problem while testing, but finally the problem was in test not in code. From now on, the to_threshold method must be used in test when dealing with numbers that depend on the QuantumRange. This problem is due that QuantumRange can differ from one ImageMagick installation to another, but RMagick4J always uses 255.
Here you are some examples (the guy that looks like me is actually my non-existent twin brother):
Confirmed, Marco Hietala reached Diva level 6 after a careful evaluation of the song Amaranth sung completely by him. photo credit: Lu â™¥
Fans worlwide are waiting for his hug-and-letter to leave the band. Nevertheless, his current divaness level is higher than Tarja’s.
I remember this TV show fondly. It was the last TV show I got up early (I mean, befor 13:00) only to watch it with my family. It was all about a girl who died in the pilot when a toilet crashed into her. Then, Georgia (the only girl I know had died because a toilet crashed into her) became a grim reaper, her work was to reap souls of time-to-go people. Furthermore, she was in the External Influence Division (accidents, nature disasters and others).
Later in the story we knew about the gravelings, a beings that cause deathly accidents. They are suppose to be invincible (spoiler, spoiler, spoiler) in the second season’s finale Georgia reaped a graveling, and it turned to dust (you can read now safely).
So, this week I read a film about Dead Like Me was released and few hours ago, I finally saw it. No Rube (Mandy Patinkin, the ‘I’m IÃ±igo Montoya, you killed my father. Prepare to die.’ guy), no original Daisy, no Der Waffel Haus (it is even burned to dust!), suddenly the George’s other face is not hard to look at. Ok, I can stand it. Maybe I can even enjoy it (no, I’m not kidding). But not graveling reaping? But not (the same spoiler comes again) graveling reaping? OMG! It was the cliffhanger of the second season!(you can read the rest of the post) And lostie Desmond instead of Rube!
Anyway, the film is watchable. It is not like Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (I’m still considering killing every people involved in that crime against humanity).