Today we completed the editing for the photos on the motor kit. As well, we exported all the edited photos and backed them up.
The super bright lights kit, operator interface, and motor kit all advance to the next stage – which will be writing the first pass of the written descriptions for the instructions.
Happy new year (soon)!
Today progress was made on the operator interface photo edits. Now, the whole batch is complete. Only one of the photos needed to be edited in photoshop with the clone stamp tool because parts of the surrounding table were visible (rather than just the white bristol board).
Next kit log will hopefully be the last batch of editing the photos – this time for motor kit.
Today some progress was made on editing the operator interface kit photos. Of the 187 that need to be edited, 59 are complete. Although it’s small progress, it is still making progress.
Next kit log will continue on this, as well as the motor kit photos.
Today’s progress was making a small dent in the mountain of photos to edit. The process involves importing, looking at each one, and flagging the best ones (most in focus, clear, shows what is happening). Here’s a look at it number wise:
Super bright lights is 570 photos total, with 108 of them to be edited. Editing = done.
Operator interface is 750 photos total, with 187 of them to be edited. Editing = started, but not done (need to crop and double check colour correction).
Wheel kit is 440 photos total, with 91 of them to be edited. Editing = not started.
The next kit log will continue this progress on the photos.
This is almost a similar step to the previous kit log, but with the motor kit instead. The packing list was created and completed for this kit. Triple checked the count of fasteners, it seems to make sense, so the test will be with the beta testers to see if it is for sure correct.
In the previous kit log we mentioned the next step would be making the packing list for the super bright lights kit – but that was also already done. Some confusion. Currently super bright lights, operator interface, and motor kit are at step 3. This means these kits are waiting to have the assembly photos organized and edited. The next step will be to start tackling this. The power pack instructions also need the written descriptions to be completed.