Here is the agenda for the second half of 2014. Hoping it will be more easy for members to check their availability early on.
In short, we’ll propose each year 6 trainings and 6 workshops (more or less) the second Saturday of each month.
2014/07/12 at 10:00 Workshop : 3D Sculpting in Blender 2014/08/09 at 10:00 Training/Workshop : Non Photorealistic Rendering in Blender with Freestyle by me 2014/09/14 SUNDAY at 10:00 Training : Camera Tracker & 3D integration in real footage by @vincentg 2014/10/11 at 10:00 Training : Animation & Keying set by @georgesl 2014/11/08 at 10:00 Training/Workshop : Procedural modeling with Python by @tmaes 2014/12/13 at 10:00 Training/Workshop : Blender Game Engine (BGE) vs Unity3D by @noels
NB : All dates are in the YYYY/MM/DD format
Please by aware that, from now on, each and every activity will be held at the Botkamp, As always, a big thanks to them. Best gaming center in town !!!
We have 10 seats available for each activity (WiFi, projector and PC available). Please note that we strongly encourage early on reservation and priority will be given to Bbug members if need be.
Given the huge success of the last iteration, we’ll also organize again an Initiation to 3D with Blender near the end of September.
Information will come soon but I can already tell you that it’s gonna be twice as long as last time (8 free courses !!!)
More infos and subscription here.
We’ll also try to find a day for an informal meeting in a restaurant/bar like in the good old days of the bbug 😉
And finally, remember, the Bbug is a community that will grow with the involvement of its members.
Don’t be afraid to give new ideas, offer a training, come just to see what it’s like and so on.
We gladly welcome new ideas and nothing is set in stones.
We also hope to hear training proposal from members (hint, hint 😉 )
Feedback are, as always, welcome.
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Sure, no problem but @Nick explained it better than I could 🙂
The overall agenda allow peoples to have a good overview of what we gonna do in the next future and minimize the time I spend organizing it.
The other post is, for me, a way to have an idea whether or not a workshop meets some success and avoid both those where nobody come (never happened) or those where we would lack space (don’t happen often but still…)
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