[Bf-education] IllusionImage: Truth in advertising

Edwin Pilobello e_pilobello at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 8 19:12:58 CET 2012

Found IllusionImage advertised on facebook sidebar.  It's obviously Blender 2.49
So I studied the ad for what it's worth.  It says "2 hours to render" stunning 3D images (in bold letters).  Sounds more than feasible!  I can demonstrate that in class, given the blend file, in less than 10 mintues while explaining every step along the way.  In fact, I do it all the time.  "Begin with the end in mind", eh?
Of course, I'd never ever put this kind of deceptiveness in describing a 6 credit "Intro to 3D Modelling and Animation" class.  Although, maybe I ought to print out the IllusionImage ad and post it right next to a description for my "Intro to 3D Modeling and Animation" course.  Perhaps, I could use the side-by-side comparison as an expose'.
What do you think?  Should I create a poster with the IllusionImage ad and banner it with "As seen on Facebook"  "Get the real scoop!", then point to my course description?
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