Presentation at the Blender Conference 2014


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Proposal paper blender conference 2014

Personal information:
First name: Wasili
Family name: Novratidis
Address street: Pippeloentje 10
Address zip: 4207 WL
Address city: Gorinchem
Address country: Netherlands

Title of the presentation:
Building an inclusive NPR render engine that last

Brief summary of presentation:
As the quest for realistic rendering goes on, there is a large subset of the market and production companies demanding a superior non-photorealistic (NPR) render engine. Blender, which is an integral part in many small studios in an emerging market, is in need of an inclusive NPR renderer to catch up with the tides. An inclusive NPR renderer must be flexible, expandable and fast. We explain what NPR is, the obstacles of doing NPR with current render engines, and how to overcome those obstacles. We have come to the conclusion that to build a render engine that can handle many styles with a fast and easy to understand workflow, we need to break some of the old rendering paradigms and merge ideas from traditional artistic medium. We are currently exploring how to build such an engine and are actively calling for the community to be involved.

Outline of technical needs
Hardware: Laptop for running presentation on. Microphone. Beamer.
Software: Libreoffice 4.3 Impress

Brief narrative biography
Just a proud user of Blender who is pretty active in the online community for anime and its usage in 3D (G+ ‘3D Anime’ forum). I am an accountant/controller working at one of the bigger electricity companies in the Netherlands.

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This is the reply I got:


Thanks for the proposal. Many come in the last week, give me a week to go over it all and reply to you.