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Got a bit of audio gear and needed a place to hang it. Sure, I could've just made a shelf or hook or something, but this was may more fun. Old 3D sculpt, some 3D printing, a little primer, some texture paint, and a dowel rod. Pretty happy the way it all came together.

A few of the folks (including me!) who've written for @osdc spoke a bit about the tools we use for writing. Everyone's workflow is different and it's fun to learn from how other folks work.

This is probably the tallest thing I've printed to date. Pretty pleased that it worked without a bunch of additional supports.

The Zero Terminal 3: A Pop-Out Keyboard Linux Computer in Your Pocket

The mobile phone revolution has delivered us attractively packaged and convenient computing in our pockets, but without the easy hackability we like in our community. Meanwhile the ad…

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The second half of the mintCast show that I got to be a guest on. This one is a lot more Blendery (and animation in general). Thanks again to mintCast for letting me ramble on and on. :)

New episode is out! This week we're speaking with guest Marcin Jakubowski from Open Source Ecology about all kinds of fun things.

If you want to listen to a fun Linux-related podcast, mintCast is a good one. (Also, I got the privilege of being a guest on this episode)

For the episode that I shared yesterday, I also linked to where I shared the ring mount on Thingiverse. Unfortunately, I didn't know it takes 24 hours for designs to show up there.

Well, it's there now! Have at it:

Come be my colleague! Best place in the world to work at!

RT @tonroosendaal
Three #b3d job openings are public now:
- Back-end developer Blender Cloud
- Writer/blogger/editor
- Developer community coordinator

Check it out!

Episode 47 is a solo show and heavy on the visuals. I respond to some listener feedback and talk about the rotating mount I designed to help me carve my bent wood rings.

What have you made to help you make?

Maybe it doesn't look so that different from the previous photo, but an lot of material got taken off this. It's starting to feel like it's taking shape.

Episode 46 is out! This one is a follow-up to the previous show about . In this episode, we go deep on the BEER renderer with guests Light Bwk and Miguel Pozo.

Just like with everything cold, the entirety of planet Earth shrinks in the winter. And it’s not just the landmass. Everything on Earth reduces in size by up to 13%. Of course, some material is affected by the cold more than others, so the amount of shrink varies.

In any case, you shouldn’t feel guilty if your new summer clothes don’t fit you. You bought them out of season at a time when everything was smaller.

Got gifted a few large chunks of a fallen cherry tree. Figured I'd try a hollowed out carving of a person reading. Still a way to go, but I'm having fun.

Episode 45 is here for you... and not just your earballs, but your eyeballs, too!

This episode has guest Lee Posey talking about BlenderNPR and the BEER Development Campaign.

Put together an intro sequence for my podcast since I'll be airing a video interview of it on Tuesday about .

The table saw was invented by someone who tried to saw through a table and failed.

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