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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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Apr
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asked Options to speed up Hobbyist Rendering?
Apr
10
comment Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
Lolz, now you are patronizing :p If you really have 35 years' experience, why are you not trying to answer as informatively as possible? I want information, no talk about experience --. Now things such as controlling rendering flows is unanswered and probably many other things -- perhaps it requires more than 35years' knowledge to answer this :D
Apr
10
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Apr
10
comment Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
Any idea whether there is some built-in demos with Blender to trial? (Trying Blender with Wacom Intuous 4 and it is freaking cool -- double nicer than with mouse :)
Apr
10
comment Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
Please, stop patronizing -- please, be as informative as possible. Look I want that even the dumnest person on this planet can read this thread, perhaps it is me but there is still the question.
Apr
10
comment Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
Yes but where is the line between rendering and morphing for example? The term "rendering" feels extremely broad term to me, more about morphing here with ImageMagick.
Apr
10
comment Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
...yes but Gimp is a general tool (not doing the vector -graphic) and in Film -production it is pretty essential to use vector -formats such as SVG so if you make a small mistake so it is easier and faster to fix it later (scale things to different things etc). Anyway +1 for the right direction. Is there some camera mode in Blender btw?
Apr
10
comment Is Open-Source -film production possible with open-source tools?
Please, leave rhetoric away and answer q. One can use pen-and-paper, Gimp, InkScape, ImageMagick (all open-source) -- and do simple short demos -- but then the next technical puzzle is to find the filming tools where you can move the camera and make the nice vector-graphics etc work together. We have currently everything in SVG -format so it should be easy to scale and change things later in the production, layer -stuff. Also I have no idea what the heck the rendering actually means and which tools to use for it, I hope some more talented op could addres this with genuine answer.
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