I would say that is harsh but the reality is art criticism is harsh as a general rule, so whatever.
I actually find humor in your statement. And I suppose someone who is sensitive may take your statement personal.
I have been diligently working on a personal project for the last couple of hours with the TV on and I noticed that I am hungry right now and need to take a break.
Now I suppose that “if” Blender had a feature that would help me move things along faster, that would be great.
But far as actually going out and purchasing some commercial software and starting all over again just because that software could “theoretically” make things go faster, I don’t really look at that as an option.
It doesn’t make sense to me.
And as far as owning two or more animating software programs and switching back and forth on occasion as a possible option…
uhhhh…I don’t find anything efficient about that alternative either.
You are either in it for the long haul or not. Sooner or later you have to make the best with what you have.
As far as having the ability to change and improve things, well, that is the nature of “open source” software.
I am fine with Blender and I personally do not have enough time in the day to sit on a fence wondering why my neighbors grass is so green.
After thinking about it for a few minutes:
I COMPLETELY AGREE WITH YOU abc123.
There is definitely a difference between offering new ideas as to how to improve something and whining and complaining about how something isn’t good enough!
I find nothing artistic about someone who blames the paint brush for not meeting their lofty standards!