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October, 2010


October 31, 2010  12:58 AM

3D modeling: Straight or curved lines? Surfaces or solids?

Posted by: Roger King
3D animation, 3D modeling, geometry, solid modeling, surface modeling

This blog is dedicated to emerging Web and media technology.  In this posting, we're going to look at two critical distinctions between two kinds of 3D modeling. (By the way, I teach 3D animation at the University of Colorado - feel free to download my class videos at:

October 24, 2010  12:30 AM

From ideas to polished videos: 3D animation workflow for free

Posted by: Roger King
3D animation, 3D animation workflow, Audacity, Autodesk Maya, Avidemux, Blender, DIVX, GIMP, Google Sketchup, iMovie, Quicktime, VLC, Windows Movie Maker

I teach an introductory 3D animation class at the University of Colorado in Boulder.  I've been asked from time to time what applications I would suggest for people who want to learn 3D animation, but don't have lots of cash.  As it turns out, even a minimal workflow demands a handful of...

October 17, 2010  2:25 AM

Introductory 3D animation videos

Posted by: Roger King
3D modeling, animation, Autodesk Maya, media management, video lessons

This blog is dedicated to advanced Web and media technology.  This week, I'd like to offer up a free website I have put together.

I teach an introductory 3D animation course at the University of Colorado in...

October 8, 2010  6:41 PM

Two easy ways to build websites, Part 2

Posted by: Roger King
dynamic websites, Mac development, static websites, website development

Last week, we looked at WordPress and how easily it can be used to build websites that are more than just blogs.  Today, we look at Freeway, a full blown website development application for Macs.

It's from Softpress at

October 1, 2010  6:48 PM

Two easy ways to build static websites (or not so static)

Posted by: Roger King
blogs, dynamic websites, Freeway, MySQL, static websites, website development, WordPress

This blog is devoted (mostly) to cutting edge Web and media technology.  Today and in the next posting, we will look at two website development tools that I have found surprisingly powerful, given their simplicity and elegance.

One of them is WordPress, which can be run on Macs, WIndows...


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