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  • Blender Podcast

    “We want a Blender Podcast”, a sentence which you saw quite often in various web forums. The Blender community is growing and growing and it’s time for more audio personality! So with this “old” wish of the community in mind, Thomas Dinges started in June 2011 together with Campbell Barton. Blender Podcast is a platform for all Blender people, out there. We have cool guests on the show, both artists and developers, freelancers and studios. If you’re into 3d graphics, animation, open-source and of course anything blender related, there should be something in it for you! Blender Podcast logo designed by iKlsR. Podcast music composed by Joram Letwory. You can visit us in IRC on Freenode inside the channel #blender-podcast The Blender Podcast is part of the DingTo Network.

  • Urbanism Speakeasy

    Urbanism Speakeasy is the podcast about human-scale design, just the way the free market intended. We're interested in what makes great cities, towns, and villages. Common sense planning and design has been taboo for decades, thanks in large part to government intervention. We talk about technical issues in plain language for everyone to understand. No advanced degrees or new urbanism pedigree required.

  • Colin Bradley Art Cast

    Colin discusses Pastel Pencil, Watercolour and Mixed Media Art with his son Steve Bradley. A humorous and entertaining show with lots of valuable art tips and techniques from Colin with additional Q and A each week!

  • Novedge Webinar Series

    Novedge is the leading online software store for design professionals. From architects to engineers, from filmmakers to graphic designers, we go to great length to find all the software you need, so you can focus on your projects. Though it is for products carried by Novedge, we collaborate with our partners to produce demonstrative webinars focusing on education and skill development. Designers, architects and visual effects professionals will appreciate the inside scoop on the latest techniques and features for their favorite tools. We recognize the everyday creativity of all the professionals designing the future today: your passion and innovation make our world possible.

  • 6 Ratings

    Die Photoshopper (Video)

    Alle 14 Tage stellen die Photoshopper in zehn Minuten ein neues Thema mit praktischen Tipps und Tricks vor. Wie funktionieren die Auswahl-Werkzeuge, wie verwende ich Masken und Ebenen? Mit der Zeit wird es anspruchsvoller, es wird "gephotoshoppt", mit den Retusche-Werkzeugen, Filtern und Einstellungsmöglichkeiten von Adobes mächtigem Bildbearbeitungspaket. Wie hängen Auswahlen und Masken zusammen - wie funktioniert der Maskierungsmodus und was hat es mit Alphakanälen auf sich? Die Photoshopper erklären es. Und Doc Baumann erklärt, woher die Werkzeuge "Abwedeln" und "Nachbelichten" ihre Namen haben. Haben Sie eine Frage an unsere Profis? Schreiben Sie an Auf der Website zum Podcast finden Sie das Begleitmaterial zu dieser Folge und auch Beispielbilder, mit denen Sie selbst üben können. Noch ausführlicher können Sie im Buch "Masken Kanäle" aus der Edition DOCMA nachlesen. Dort geht es um viele weitere Möglichkeiten, Auswahlen zu bearbeiten.

  • PRI: Studio 360 - Design for the Real World

    Design for the Real World is an inside look at the hidden genius of everyday things - lipstick, sheetrock, tea bags, ballparks - from Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, public radio's weekly guide to what's happening in the culture. Produced by Public Radio International and WNYC.

  • 171 Ratings

    TED Theme: Tales of Invention

    TED has always loved a good creation story. No matter the scale -- kitchen, continent, or solar system -- invention grants us access to the frontiers of our understanding. Legendary designer Philippe Starck's lively ruminations on his own creative process suggest how the patterns of a civilization might affect, say, the design of a citrus juicer. Jan Chipchase investigates the worldwide impact of mobile phones -- and the impact of culture on next-generation mobile technology. Explorer and adventurer Bill Stone, meanwhile, fires up a rapt audience with his ambitious plan to harvest energy from the moon. Copyright lawyer Larry Lessig gives a brief history of creative freedom and copyright, and talks about how contemporary copyright law could strangle future artistic invention and interpretation. William Kamkwamba tells how he built a windmill from scrap metal when he was 14 years old. And Amy Smith shares her transformative low-tech tools for saving life in the developing world.

  • 7 Ratings

    Church Media Design TV

    Tips, tricks and how to, for the church media designer.

  • The Popular Podcast

    The mission of The Popular Podcast is to obtain fame and fortune. This is how we are doing it: Publish: We produce prolific, diverse content to maximize advertising potential and reach multiple niche audiences simultaneously. Inform: We create and sell in

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