About a year ago Denise and I were on holiday in Worcestershire. We ate muchly and took a photo of me on the verandah of our holiday cottage. You may have seen it before, but here it is...
...and we have just returned, today, from a quick visit to the same sort of area where Denise spent a bit of time handling owls at the International Centre for Birds of Prey. She is probably blogging about it even as we speak! I asked her to take a picture of me in a similar pose...
...because as I mentioned yesterday, I love a morphing image from fat to thin. What could be more fun? Though this one has ended up being slightly psychedelic, on account of I tried to make the trees in the background morph as well!
There are some things that I haven't been able to achieve in my year of dieting and I think you'll agree that one of those things is talking enough about late 70s and early 80s kids TV.
Now, I know what you are now saying. Just for the record, Doctor Who is NOT kids TV, it is TV for ALL the family and that includes you, Denise! Even if it is only when David Tennant is on screen. Also it spans much more than just the late 70s and early 80s, though those are the most important eras of the show, obviously.
But what can there possibly be to say about Morph? He presented a positive role model for children as he was happy no matter what shape or size he was, and he had friends of all sizes, colours, and art materials...
None of them fat, though. Unless you count those little blobs at the bottom of the screen, because who knows what their correct BMI should be? And I was always suspicious that the guy with the beard was concealing something.
But that really is all I have to say on the subject because what I really came here to talk about today is that, finally, after a year of trying, I have worked out how to do a fat-to-thin morphing image. Which is very exciting for me!
And just in case you are disappointed by the lack of 'Morph' content in this blog...
Hi, I'm Andy, serial weight gainer. My year of dieting is over! But you can still give money to Shelter or the PDSA!