This episode is a week late… or I just skipped last week. I suppose it depends on your perspective. In any case, I cover a lot of news in this episode since two weeks of it happened since the last one:
I also have a pretty serious question for you about the kind of content you’d like to see in the next edition of Blender For Dummies. I’m working on the 3rd edition of the book and have come to a point where I need to decide on whether I cover more of Blender’s features or if I include some basic tutorial material. Let me know what you think in the comments.
And in the meat of the episode, I spend a fair amount of time discussing where I think open source creative tools best fit… what kind of artists and environments they’re best suited for. I think I came up with some answers, but feel free to let me know if you think otherwise.
Have fun listening!
Bassam, May 13, 2015
looks like twine is wx and pthon, and can be run from linux https://github.com/tweecode/twine , just they don’t distribute a linux binary (YMMV of course)
Jason, May 15, 2015
Ooooh! Good catch. Now I can try it out. :P
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