How does /3/ feel about Houdini?
yeah I'll stick with Blender and other GPL licensed soft, thanks and dont let the door hit you on the way out.
>>581384>On the way out>To his job in the industry>While you stay on /3/ and complain about not being able to find one while preaching Blender's praises
>>581391Inb4 somebody replies with>I have a reeeeal jobagain.
>>581391if you want to contribute to computer graphics, develop and release something under a GPL license. If you want to put CG in a stranglehold, release it under anything else.I'll stick with my GPL and the good guys
>>581384>>581408This Blender shitposting has gotten out of hand,
>>581413>no real response>still supporting this garbage payware
>>581415What's wrong with payware? Don't you think it's normal for programmers to ask for money for their product? don't you think it's normal for an employee to ask for a salary? Of course you blenderfags wouldn't know about that, you're too egoistical and cheap. Blender may be free, but there are consequences. The developement is slow and no real game companies are using it due to the lack of official support. Keep supporting your open source piece of crap you autistic blender spergjarl.
>>581503>Don't you think it's normal for programmers to ask for money for their product? don't you think it's normal for an employee to ask for a salary?you can ask for money in donations, but its not a requirement for full use. This is the difference.
>>581510Ah so the difference is being gainfully employed versus being a beggar. I see you prefer being the latter
>>581519I work M-F 9-5 a real job where I interact with real people IRL providing physical services and labor. Software must be GPL
>>581523Ah so as long as it's not you, you prefer them to be a beggar. You value your time more than theirs for physical labour, something a machine will replace you at very soon. Don't come running when that happens.
>>581510This is not the way that works. Pro companies such as Autodesk need a lot of money, because they need to deliver good updates, bug fixes and customer support (which blender lacks). You can't live off people's generosity.
>>581525ah the ol "a machine will replace you very soon argument"
>>581529Is this satire?
>>581530It's not an argument. It's a fact and you need to be prepared for it. Mental effort is worth more than physical effort every day and you will eventually have to accept it
Can you not keep replying to the Blender idiot?What are peoples thoughts on Houdini?
>>581576Its the newest trend.
>>581525Most mental labour is going to be replaced with AIs very soon too.
>>581576Blender = cheap alcoholModo = crack/cocaineCinema4d = MDMAMax = amphetaminesMaya = LSDHoudini = DMT
>>581579Oh absolutely, but creative fields will be some of the last to go in the regard
>>581612The first to go will be all the CEOs when unemployment hits 40% and the masses revolt and put them against the walls.
>>581615That's if UBI isn't implemented by then. I'm confident it will be. All that will do is delay the inevitable though, which is forced sterilisation of those who can't work or contribute to society anymore. Things will either turn out really good or really bad. Probably bad