21 Jun '17, 8pm

Just posted on my blog "Starting with Blender"

Just posted on my blog "Starting with Blender"

Blender is a beast. A true marvel of open source technology achievement, you should applaud everyone that have been involved in making this thing work as well as it does. It rivals the most expensive commercial options out there, from Maya to the venerable Pixar's Renderman. The Blender community is so passionate and committed that they frequently produce high quality, almost hollywood grade, short movies within Blender in order to stress test the tool, fix bottlenecks and usability issues in a real world workflow. This is primarily a post intended for "future me" to be able to jump back into a single resource list. As being a 3D modeler is not my full time job, I will have large hiatus between Blender sessions and I know I will regret if I don't dump by brain into a post while still fresh :-)

Full article: http://www.akitaonrails.com/2017/06/21/starting-with-blender

Tweets

Tips To Save Money When Starting A Business

youngupstarts.com 18 Jun '17, 4pm

Starting your own business can be a great move, as you can earn a lot of money and enjoy being your own boss. However, the...

After Further Review: Fowler starting to sound like Phil

After Further Review: Fowler starting to sound ...

golfchannel.com 19 Jun '17, 9am

Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds. On Rickie ...

Scandals starting to stick to the Abe administration:

Scandals starting to stick to the Abe administr...

eastasiaforum.org 21 Jun '17, 1pm

The fundamental question posed by the Kake Gakuen scandal is whether Prime Minister Abe used his influence to ensure that ...

Use #blender to render 3D animations on the #RaspberryPi with #BitscopeBlade

Use #blender to render 3D animations on the #Ra...

element14.com 20 Jun '17, 1pm

Element14 invited me to take a look at these blades so I started by reading the above page. One of the suggestions was for...

First Intel Core X-Series Processors Pre-Orders...

newsroom.intel.com 19 Jun '17, 2pm

The 4- to 10-core Intel® Core™ X-series processers are available for pre-orders at a variety of retailers starting today a...