[Bf-education] blender -edu conf...
Peter G. Kovacs
nihylius at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 5 00:01:26 CET 2012
I think creating an Educational Configuration of Blender is not the best solution for first glance. The method, the way we teach the application can show a "light side" and a "hard side" of the software. I think finding the right approach is quite hard, but I tried to introduce the application via the technology, pipeline which also defines the rational and quick ways in the application. My experience is that if I can introduce, and teach the basic methods well, the pupils start to search, learn the right way in any kind of software, no matter what kind of build is that. I don't think it's a good method to create a software with less or specialized features, or operational interface, it can lead to a very hard situation (different documentation, "why to learn the software again if I can learn it once?"). Blender was an inhouse software, and i think it's still wears that cloth, I have no problem with that, and we can teach it as is, there is many more
complicated applications are which people need to use.
it was just my opinion , I will continue the thinking on that....
PETER G. KOVACS
CGI ANIMATOR | COMPOSITOR | ARTISAN
+126.96.36.19964 NIHYLIUS at YAHOO.COM
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