“Home” as in “You should be in a home Clock” page. First impressions are important, so this page is a real let-down… πŸ˜›

“Erkinator” – My Alter-ego.

Yes! unfortunately clockmender.uk is back – but it will take time to get all the info back on, so please be patient with me while I get my act together!


I am launching Clockworx3D as my business name, just in case I get more work…

Cheers, Clock. πŸ˜›

My YouTube Channel.Β All sorts of Blender Videos and perhaps some other stuff.

My Vimeo Channel. More crap videos of Blender projects.

My Old-GitHub AN Page. Latest releases of my Add-on Animation Nodes for AN 2.0 & Blender. You must read the readme file. Absolutely NO WARRANTY with these nodes, but I have tested them pretty well.

Erkinator Playing Drums:

Done with the old Blender 2.49 script, I will remake this one day with my own nodes – or maybe I won’t, it depends on how much time I have on my hands.

A Picture of Honey’s butt:

Honey appears in several projects and is very rude at times, particularly if I take pictures of her butt….. She can however play a keyboard, chords and melody, when driven by my MIDI nodes. She was made in MakeHuman with a Rigify rig, altered to have IK chains on her fingers so I can sync them to MIDI events.

Erkinator playing Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd:

I got into all sorts of copyright issues over this, because I used the original PF recording, but all ended happily with no lawsuits, or “contracts” necessary.

Getting him to play chords and melody on a guitar was tricky to say the least and I may revisit this to improve it one day. Getting him to ride a bike, however, was pretty easy:

Here he is standing on the brakes and looking at the camera, for a change, normally he would be giving you a “V” sign as well…

See what I mean πŸ˜›

This sign is on one of my projects (the SciFi Train) and featured an early German English translator computer programme from the 1860’s – I believe the programme was written in “Non-Visual Basic”:

It is to be found on a piece of electronic equipment that was made in Germany and supplied to the UK, hence the attempt at translation. “RTFM” translates back to German as:


In case you did not know.