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    Default Blender Is Now Working On A Feature-Length Film

    Phoronix: Blender Is Now Working On A Feature-Length Film

    Gooseberry is the latest project by the Blender Foundation, the entity behind the popular open-source 3D animation software...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTYzMDU

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    For open source films they've made it awfully difficult to find the source. The first two films both have them easily accessible. I have never been able to find any of the blender project files for Sintel or Tears of Steel, just terabytes of frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randomizer View Post
    For open source films they've made it awfully difficult to find the source. The first two films both have them easily accessible. I have never been able to find any of the blender project files for Sintel or Tears of Steel, just terabytes of frames.
    I agree, they make it really hard to find the data and they don't offer it in an easily accessible format. On the other hand I can understand why they do it. The Blender foundation needs to cover its expenses and they'd rather have you buy the DVD from the store. As it's not very expensive, I don't have a problem with that.

    Still, you can download the production files for Sintel as a huge tar file: http://www.sintel.org/news/sintel-fu...io-svn-online/
    Some models are also available on blendswap.com.

    I think there's also a Tears of Steel repository somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Temar View Post
    I agree, they make it really hard to find the data and they don't offer it in an easily accessible format. On the other hand I can understand why they do it. The Blender foundation needs to cover its expenses and they'd rather have you buy the DVD from the store. As it's not very expensive, I don't have a problem with that.

    Still, you can download the production files for Sintel as a huge tar file: http://www.sintel.org/news/sintel-fu...io-svn-online/
    Some models are also available on blendswap.com.

    I think there's also a Tears of Steel repository somewhere.
    Silly me for not looking through the blog and seeing a link to that. A bit of a pain that it's all split up though. Might have to burn up a chunk of my download cap some time. I doubt it would render properly (or at all) in any current version of Blender though. Cycles has mutated much since it was produced.

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    If I remember correctly Sintel is hard to find due to a Sony claim of intellectual property violation.

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