[Bf-education] BFCT submission
superjes at free.fr
Fri Feb 29 10:06:29 CET 2008
Igor Križanovskij a écrit :
> Hi all!
> This is my 3rd attempt for a BFCT (just to remind future generations
> that wasn't easy to get it at all). Last time I failed because I didn't
> introduce myself (well, I agree, that's a fatal mistake, but I was
> overconfident that everybody in the Blender community already know me!:)
> and I didn't submit any video tutorial. OK, I'll try to fix all missing
> links this time...
> You know, I prefer if someone else introduce me, so I will quote David
> Millet (aka spiderworm) who once wrote about me:
> "Igor Križanovskij is another long-term Blender user and an
> all-around genuis. He helped me in many different ways when I was
> writing Noob 2 Pro, and created his own MemoBook filled with tricks and
> tips for Blender users. He also was very helpful and supportive during
> the Blender docbook to mediawiki conversion process. He goes by many
> names, including Popski, oxigen, and occasionally, Igor."
> Well said David, thanks buddy! :) Do you remember when I told you that
> would be cool to have Blender Certificate program? You see, now I humble
> stand in front of this merciless Blender Certification Review Board and
> the whole Blender World with this shaky e-mail and a few links. Ain't
> easy my friend, ain't easy...
> I would like to add to David's words that I've been working as a 3D
> animator in the early 90's here in Ljubljana, Slovenia and I've made
> about 30 animated TV commercials back then. Well, that was more flying
> logos than animations that we know today, but anyway... Since then I
> work as a designer and art director.
> I used for my work different graphics and multimedia tools (Cubicomp
> PictureMaker, Crystal TOPAS, Macromedia and Adobe software). I also made
> some audio compositions, but that part should better fit to Ardour
> mailing list on example, I guess...
> Back to Certificate topic.
> Since last submission I've made some updates on:
> * http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Blender_3D:_ActionBook
> * http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Blender_3D:_MemoBook
> and I also made additional video tutorial about 3 point lighting, you
> can find temporary link to video here:
> * http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Blender_3D:_ActionBook/Materials
> I hope you will forgive me for my broken English in this video, but
> my native language is Slovenian, so...
> OK, let's go now point by point from
> I. 1.,2.,
> Yes, I know the history and purpose of BO and Institute, I follow
> Blender more intensely since 2002 (btw, my first downloaded Blender was
> version 1.8).
> I. 3.,
> I think that I cover enough Blender knowledge in provided links.
> II. 1., 2.,
> Well, that's hard to prove, but I made beginner/intermediate tutorial in
> the latest BlenderArt Magazine, issue 14, hope that's it:
> * http://www.blenderart.org/issues/
> You mean like this? :)
> III. 1.,
> Yes, I'm more than double that old. :)
> III. 2.,
> Thanks to the last bullet of this topic I can prove it with an upper
> links, but I don't have any other institutional teaching experiences
> whatsoever... yet.
> Thank you.
> Igor Križanovskij
> P.S., Today is 29. Feb 2008, if will be my submission rejected again,
> I'll prepare new one for the next 29. Feb. :)
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"Waw", it is so hard... I think it will take a long time before I can
imagine submit to this too...
Good Luck !
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