It’s not as lame as the plate from yesterday, but it is a bit overly simple. A bolt… roughly 10 minutes.
Got in really late this evening due to DragonCon, so I had to pull from the “get it done quickly” pile.
So… a plate. Took me less that 5 minutes.
This is where it starts. Welcome to the zero-th episode of the Open Source Creative Podcast. This is a weekly show wherein I speak about doing creative work (writing, computer graphics, traditional art, design, etc.)… with a slightly more specific leaning towards doing that work with free and open source software.
Show notes for this one are a bit sparse (hey, I’m just starting out here). The main thrust of this episode, aside from introductions and what-not, is a rational justification for using free and open source software to produce creative works… and why “because it’s free” isn’t the best reason (or really a good reason at all). I also go on a slightly ranty tangent on why artists would do well to learn a bit about coding.
Intro and outro music was produced by Sam Brubaker. Go check out his stuff.
That should about cover it. Let me know what you think and how I can make this show better.
Had a bit of extra time for this one. About 30 minutes for the [kind of crap] model and another 30 minutes of playing around with Freestyle.
It’s a doorknob! 20 minutes.
A quick 30-minute sculpty doodle.
Kind of took the easy way out today. Roughly 30 minutes (including 5-8 minutes of trying to decide what to model).
I have a new site! This is the first post. There’s not a lot here right now. I’ll be adding more. Be patient.