1. Yves V ft. Mike James "The Right Time”

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    from Pascal Baillien / Added

    Directed by Pascal Baillien & Wim Rombouts

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    • Mike James On Life & Music

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      from Tim Mudd / Added

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      • Piaggio "Avanti II" P180 Ambient Occlusion Outputs

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        Sometimes, it's nice to have a look at the geometry of a 3D model without textures, colors, or wireframes as distractions. Here are some ambient occlusion renders of the P180 which served that purpose well. (For you MODO users, these used 512 samples.)

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        • Piaggio "Avanti II" P180 MODO model update 11-03-14

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          from Mike James / Added

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          An overview of my most complex and most detailed MODO model to date. Modeled at real-world scale, this aircraft features an accurate exterior, with animated flight controls, all of the major structural elements, a detailed an animated interior, and even has all of the cockpit controls linked to the animation of the external surfaces. More updates to follow, as I continue to add detail. See the follow-along article on my site, at http://www.mikejamesmedia.com/p180_2014_upres_01.html

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          • Modeling with MODO - 2014

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            Here's a brief overview of some of the 3D modeling projects I've created in 2014, which are not under NDA. Follow-along articles for most of these are posted on my site at http://www.mikejamesmedia.com and there are now six volumes of training available on my Products page, making up my "Modeling with MODO" series. I'm always seeking new projects, so contact me for custom modeling work on your next project, or to purchase my existing models and training tutorials.

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            • Edwin Takemori U.S. Naval Academy Judo Instructor

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              from Mike James / Added

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              The history of judo in the Navy goes back to 1905 when, lore has it, Yoshitsugu Yamashita, having taught President Theodore Roosevelt in the White House, arrived at the Naval Academy to perform a demonstration. The academy was so impressed with the display that Yamashita was hired to teach judo classes to midshipmen, making it one of the oldest sports at the academy. Continuing that tradition today, Edwin Takemori, a seventh degree black belt, trains and travels to competitions with Midshipman as a volunteer, year-round. At 76-years-of-age Takemori is as passionate as ever about the power of martial arts training in his student's lives. "I think if they become disciplined enough in judo, they will be able to accomplish anything they want to do, in the fleet or otherwise," said Takemori.

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              • Calendar of Jasi photos - by pinup artist Mike James (in HD)

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                • Tom photos

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                  Theatr na nÓg and their partners RCT Theatres and NPT Theatres are producing a story of Tom
 Jones; born Tommy Woodward; otherwise known as Tommy Scott and The Senators. This play with live music tells the story of Tom in the early years, before his mega- fame and follows the blossoming talent of the valleys boy who sang in pubs and working men’s clubs up and down the valleys of South Wales. Then came his big break with his first number one hit on St David’s Day in 1965...Its Not Unusual! Jam-packed with rock n roll hits of the era, played live on stage with a full band, TOM is a show that celebrates an ordinary man with an extraordinary talent. Written by Mike James, this inspirational tale of incredible self-belief and determination will thrill audiences throughout Wales and beyond.

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                  • Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 24 Decommissioning Ceremony

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                    My good friend David Cothran I had the priveledge of traveling to Red Stone Arsenal in Huntsville AL to document the decommissioning of NMCB 24… "I hate to see it go. This has been a fantastic command for me and for many of the Seabees who have served here, but it's a force wide change and something we all have to get used to," said Capt. Ronald D. Gruzesky, Commanding Officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Two Four. As part of fleet wide cuts, the Navy Mobile Construction Battalion force is undergoing drastic changes. NMCB 21, 23, 24 and 15 along with the 3rd Naval Construction Regiment were decommissioned at the conclusion of fiscal year 2013. The entire Naval Construction Force was also realigned under two Naval Construction Groups that report directly to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command. NMCB 24's Permanent Drill Site at Red Stone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala., served as the venue for the battalions decommissioning, Sept. 15 2013. NMCB 24 was originally commissioned in 1942 and served in the Pacific theater during World War II. The battalion was decommissioned at the conclusion of the war in 1945 only to be recommissioned 17 years later in 1962 during the height of the Cold War. The battalion was notably the only reserve battalion to be called to active duty to serve in both Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm in 1990. More recently, in 2009 NMCB 24 was called upon to support operations in both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. The deployment led to the battalion earning the Battle "E," "Best of Type" award. Since 1977, NMCB 24 has received the Rear Admiral John R. Perry "Best of Type" award ten times. "NMCB 24's decommissioning ceremony serves to honor, and recognize the significance and impressive service of all the Sailors that proudly served in this great battalion, both present and past," said Capt. John Adametz Commander, Naval Construction Group 2. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command oversees approximately 13,800 Seabees worldwide. Two Naval Construction Groups and five Naval Construction Regiments exercise command and control over seven active duty and 12 reserve battalions and other specialized units, including two Underwater Construction Teams and two Construction Battalion Maintenance Units. "I've met World War II veterans who in their lifetime have seen this battalion created, decommissioned, recommissioned and now decommissioned a second time," said Gruzesky. "I think they are in a better position than I to remind you that we are not here to say goodbye to NMCB 24, we are really here to say, my friend, god speed, until we meet again." http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/deptStory.asp?issue=3&dep=2&id=77319

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                    • Mike James Mobile Mechanical Promo

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                      from Benjamin Secomb - Boutique Films / Added

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                      A short promo video for Mike James Mobile Mechanical, used as part of Mike's social media marketing, showing off his style and passion for cars. The aim of this film was to establish Mike as a friendly, professional mechanic. Check out his facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/mikejamesmobilemechanical www.benjaminsecomb.com.au

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