It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly a year since my co-founder, Jonathan Williamson, published a blog article announcing that CG Cookie is making the jump from WordPress to Ruby on Rails, a more modern and flexible web framework.
“No tacos, beer chats or thick-as-oil hot chocolate this year,” I thought sadly as I cancelled our SIGGRAPH hotel reservations. The reality is, CG Cookie just didn’t have the resources to attend this year.
We’ve hand picked and created select content for this site. Though if you’re looking for older content head over to our archive.
There have been some subtle changes to CG Cookie’s menu system that you may have picked up on. Late last week ModoCookie, MaxCookie and BlenderArtists were removed from the CG Cookie main navigation dropdown. With one new addition to the menu.
Eat Sheep was our first passion project at CG Cookie and was a blast to make. The idea behind a passion project is to enable the crew to have a creative outlet to work on something outside the normal day to day tasks at CG Cookie.
As the leaves begin to change color, it is typically a time to reflect on the past few months and prepare for mass amounts of snow to fall! 😉 Fall is a busy time for CG Cookie,
CG Cookie is about to get better
Online learning is becoming the new viable option for artists around the world to pursue their careers and hobbies without stepping foot into a classroom, or paying the typically more expensive costs of higher learning.