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Peach Interviews: William Reynish


31155026_200x150.jpgLast week I visited the Blender Institute in Amsterdam, where I had a chance to talk to the members of the Peach team (and a member of Apricot as well!). I taped my conversations with them and for the next week, we'll publish one interview each day. Today part three: William Reynish, Peach Lead Artist.

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Bart Veldhuizen

I have a LONG history with Blender - I wrote some of the earliest Blender tutorials, worked for Not a Number and helped run the crowdfunding campaign that open sourced Blender (the first one on the internet!). I founded BlenderNation in 2006 and have been editing it every single day since then ;-) I also run the Blender Artists forum and I'm Head of Community at Sketchfab.


  1. @AniCator: Why does everyone think that flash run on everything?

    Several years has gone and Adobe's official comment still is "run a 32-bit browser."

    Anyway, I like these inverviews, keep it up :)

  2. @ysvry: sorry but YouTube and Google Video just don't do it for me: vimeo quality is better, YouTube only supports videos of up to 10 minutes and I tried uploading Nathan's interview to Google Video and failed three times. I just don't have the time to do this so if you want, please go ahead and download the original files from Vimeo and upload them yourself! I won't be putting any more time into YouTube and Google Video for these interviews.

    @Joskar: well, maybe not on anything but it works fine on all mainstream systems. If people choose an exotic environment to work in, they that's their choice but it will have some drawbacks ;-)

  3. @Bart: I wouldn't consider a 64-bit intel-based system as "exotic" anymore, but perhaps I'm just dreaming :/ I mean, a computer sold today without a 64-bit processor is quite rare :S (even though they don't always use the extra 32 bits for anything...)

  4. Joskar: I have a 64 Bit x86-based system, and the flashplayer plugin runs pretty fine here. Yes, it won't run in 64 Bits Internet Explorer, but well, you don't *have* to run 64 bit applications, especially not for everyday tasks...

    Bart: Thanks for stopping people from the "Flash-is-not-open-source-so-it-is-evil" kind of bashing ;)

  5. Another great interview - they are all very educational with respect to the creative process required to put together an animated short.

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