If you use the 3D program Blender to create and render animations, you may have found yourself often thinking:
I really wish I could get multiple computers to team up and render this animation all at the same time, so it finishes faster!
I've thought this a lot myself and didn't like other renderfarm solutions for Blender. Some didn't work very well, some cost a lot of money, and others were too cumbersome to setup and run.
As a solution to this problem, I wrote my own software. Freddy Render is free render farm software for Blender. It's pretty simple, works well, and has a slick web interface to help you manage your projects. It's also written in pure Java, so you should be able to run it on just about every major operating system out there (i.e., Windows, Linux, Mac, OpenBSD, whatever). [...]
I'm back with another release! I'm performing a song called "7 Years" by Lukas Graham for your enjoyment. It's not my usual style, but I've been so in love with this song that I couldn't resist. I hope you enjoy it.
And in case you're too lazy to find it, I also recorded a short vlog with some of my thoughts just after recording the song:
If you're a fan of my work, please consider officially becoming a patron! For literally as little as $1 a month, you can help support indie music and allow me more time to make more videos. Click here and read about it: http://Patreon.com/MikePeralta [...]
Friends! I'm finally back with a new cover song video wooohooooo.
I know it's been awhile. I was sick and (let's be honest) very very lazy for awhile. But for my first cover song of 2016 I've recorded my take on a song called "Love Remains the Same" by Gavin Rossdale. I hope you like it!
Please help me out and give it a "thumbs up", and also leave a comment on the video, even if just to say hello. It really does help!
As an added bonus, here's my little post-song rant, where I complain and complain and complain:
It's that time again; I've just released a new cover video and I'd love to share it with you. It's an acoustic cover of a song called "Pet Sematary", by the Ramones (yes, that is the correct spelling). I was going to get this out for Halloween but I got sidetracked and didn't plan the timing of my previous release wisely ... so here it is, just in time for November (aka Christmas).