[PlanetCCRMA] Blender for animations

Juan Reyes juanig@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Mon Jul 19 08:18:36 2004

I can't resist but making this comment for our sake and for that of
other Unix users: Blender should contain more Emacs or SND shortcuts.
Perhaps this will make that "learning slope" not so steep. 

As Dave points out Blender results look very sexy indeed.

I remember the days attempting visualizing the sound-object under
acousmatique terms. Perhaps one should leave and effort time to see that
object with plain eyes and not ears.

  --* Juan

On Sat, 2004-07-17 at 16:33, Dave Phillips wrote:
> Hi Juan:
>   I've only toyed with earlier versions of Blender, but I recently 
> attended a very good presentation about it at the libre software meeting 
> in Bordeaux. Some of the demonstration images and animations were 
> impressive, and Martin Poirier made its use seem attainable by mere 
> mortals. I'd suggest spending the time to get acquainted with its 
> basics, and try to use a recent release.
> Best regards,
> dp
> Juan Reyes wrote:
> >Is anyone using Blender for animation stuff on Linux. It seems to me
> >that it has steep learning curve because of its rather complex
> >multi-button interface. 
> >
> >Results seems to be good though.
> >
> >Any alternatives, any suggestions ?
> >
> >  --* Juan Reyes
> >

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