[Bf-education] Feedback on presets proposal
kernond at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 15:12:38 CEST 2009
I think a Blender Library site might be a better way to handle things. This
way the variety and depth of available items would be much larger and
centralized. I saw where someone, not too long ago, created a Twitter
feature inside of Blender 2.5 (yes, very cool) so it should be possible to
have an online library tool inside of Blender. But, of course, this would
take longer to implement.
However, it still would be a good idea to have some default items ship with
On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 8:57 AM, Dolf Veenvliet <dolf at macouno.com> wrote:
> Hello Tom,
> Personally I'm not for it being included in the official release. One of
> the major advantages Blender has is it's size. And this I think is exactly
> how programs like Maya get to be very big.
> But that doesn't mean that an official "library" isn't a good idea. Perhaps
> a nicer way of using such "libraries" inside Blender could be considered. As
> in an easy way to browse multiple .blend's that all have libraries in
> them... Or whether a nice collection could be hosted on Blender.org? Then
> again... nothing's stopping anyone publishing a lib on their own.
> Just 2 of my cents
> On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 5:47 AM, Tom M <letterrip at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'd be interested in educators feedback on my proposal for presets
>> there is a thread at blenderartists.org where it is being discussed
>> an addendum to the proposal would be inclusion of lighting rig presets.
>> I'd be interested in your thoughts and feedback.
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