This time around, Challenge Systems Inc. speaker, Clifford Gabriel, talked about licensing and distribution. Very useful information, especially for those who do not know the scope and limitations of the licenses they bought.
Let me just quote from their press kit:
At Autodesk, we understand that personal preference is important to artists. That's why we are continuing to develop the unique qualities of the three most popular full-featured 3D animation packages…Each of these technologies excels at particular aspects of the game art creation process -- either because of the breadth of its creative tools, the depth of those tools or the efficiency of its workflow.
Bottom line is, Autodesk took care of the technology so creative people can focus on their art.
This event was held at Outback Steakhouse in Glorietta 4. And because I'm addicted to food photography, I couldn't help but take photos of the food. The chicken is dry but the fish is yuuuuummmm!
Left: Brownie with cream? That certainly was not ice cream.
Top right: Some creamy soup with shoe-string and cubed potatoes for starters.
Bottom right: Quesadilla, fish, chicken and rice.
Sorry for the weird coloring. I have a bit of a problem with fine-tuning my camera settings. I have serious issues when dealing with extremely red or yellow light. All the photos here were taken in a dark and very red function room.
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