> Chambers <ben### [at] pacificwebguycom> wrote:
>> So, I would like to try an experiment: A group collaboration. We'll
>> pick a topic (probably something like "tables" or "chairs" or even
>> "writing utensils"), and several people will each contribute one or two
>> items to it. The result will be published on the library site under a
>> group credit. If we like the results, we can continue to do such
>> collections to help beef up our library.
>> But before I run off all gung-ho, is anyone else interested in trying
>> this with me?
> this sounds a lot of fun! A contest with no winners, really. It could
> definitely boost the povray object collection. I'm in!
> To make it more interesting, how about adding the objects to a scene? We begin
> with a basic scene with no objects -- say, a restroom -- and people begin
> adding chairs, tables, decorative stuff on tables put there by other users,
Sure, but the point is really just to add more (and more useful) things
to the object collection.
We could do a variety of shoes, for instance - or anything that goes in
a bathroom. We could do types of trees, or plants from an herb garden.
As long as
a) the objects are varied enough that you'll (probably) find something
useful for your scene, and
b) the objects are detailed enough that it's not easier to just make
then we should be good.
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