In response to Beorn’s comment above (about the community expanding the film), I have a practical question. What would be the minimum system requirements to render the average frame from Durian? Let’s say you had unlimited time to let your system render – what would be the bare-minimum computing power required to load a scene and successfully render it? I am just curious as I would love to try.
@Robbie Losee – 6gb of ram is probably going to be the limiting factor for most people meaning I can’t render many scenes once I get home anyway. Yet. Not all scenes use that much memory of course but that was the farm limit before things got ugly.
Piiichan: “So, there are girls interested in Blender after all :D”
Of course :O
I wish for the next post the credits… dunno why but i love credits, if they are made in a nice way of course… if you only have black screen with white letters it’s boring… i hope you made/make nice credits guys :>
I would use just traditional credits.
In Big Buck Bunny the film ends with a big laugh and the credits are a funny addition to that, but that’s not the case with Sintel. (don’t try to read a spoiler in this 😉 )
Man… I really want to see Sintel again, damn that two months… AAAARRRRGGGGHHH!
Nooooooooooo! not the old guy…. damn it, instead of using one of those cool and dangerous looking dragon they choose an old ugly guy for showing the power of blender?! it can not be. Splah = Fail. ^^ But congrats for reaching the beta status.
afaik no one posted this here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWkuJ60eml0
this shows jeepster sculpting the Dragons head.
Maybe this should be in another blogpost, but as this is the latest, i think it will be read by more people..