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3 Principles of Success (Harford)

  1. Seek out and try new things.

  2. When trying something new, do it on a scale where failure is survivable.

  3. Seek out feedback (to determine your level of success) and learn from your mistakes as you go along.

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May
9
accepted Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
Apr
10
awarded  Yearling
Aug
16
comment Environments in which to stage an animated scene
@Crollster Iron Sky -team here mentions Maya as their tool.
Aug
16
revised How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
edited tags
Aug
16
answered Options to speed up Hobbyist Rendering?
Aug
16
revised Options to speed up Hobbyist Rendering?
Moved the list of suggestions and perhaps useful material to an answer to keep the question simple.
Aug
16
revised Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
CGI here means Computer-generated imagery. open-source != linux.
Aug
11
awarded  Commentator
Jun
19
awarded  Teacher
Jun
11
revised How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
...added related stuff for random surfers...
Jun
10
revised How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
added 127 characters in body
Jun
10
revised How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
...creating better layout...trying to answer this.
Jun
9
revised How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
...trying to attack things separately
Jun
9
revised How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
edited tags; edited title
Jun
9
answered How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
Jun
9
asked How to create a rolling ball with Python in Blender?
Apr
13
awarded  Student
Apr
12
awarded  Organizer
Apr
12
revised What video codecs can provide “adaptive quality”?
...better than nothing but perhaps there should be a label for "open-source", linux is not really equivalent to FOSS etc...
Apr
12
suggested suggested edit on What video codecs can provide “adaptive quality”?