Posts Tagged: open source

Open Source Creative Podcast #29 – The Making of a Podcast

A fun little meta show this week. This one’s a nuts-and-bolts, step-by-step walk-through of the process I go through each way to deliver podcasty goodness to your earballs. And I do it all with free and open source software. The following is a quick breakdown of each step in the process. You can use it… Read more »

Open Source Creative Podcast #24 – 2017 Goals

Happy New Year! Short introduction this week, folks. This episode is all about goals for the coming year. What are your creative goals for the year? What do you want to get done? Part of my goals include continuing to do creative work each day and [try to] post it on the Daily Creative group… Read more »

Open Source Creative Podcast #22 – Requesting Features

Hi there! In this episode I talk at length about another little distraction that I’ve had over the last year… a little feature request site for Blender called Right-Click Select. But, that’s just the launch point. What this episode is really about is the best way to make feature requests in an open source software… Read more »

Open Source Creative Podcast #20 – Me Me Me

Short episode this week! And good thing, too, because this one is all about the stuff I’ve been up to recently. Here’s a quick run-down of the stuff I cover: The Daily Creative group that got launched on Facebook as a result of my attempt to do a “Creative TriMonthalon”. As an extra bonus, here… Read more »

JungleBook: Simple Kindle Ebook Cover Analysis

I got myself good and distracted from my regular project work and ended up writing the start of a little script that I’m calling JungleBook. It’s makes images that are pretty and interesting… and might just provide a little bit analytical benefit. Story time Anyone else familiar with Pat David? Well, you should be. He’s… Read more »

A Busy Little Ape

OK, OK… I know that I haven’t posted anything new here since May. However, it only looks like I’ve been on a summer vacation. In reality, this has been a surprisingly busy summer for me. And the approaching last quarter of this year doesn’t appear to be slowing down. Not one little bit. So what… Read more »