Posts Tagged ‘ 3D ’
As you may have read, I was asked to review a new book from Packt on Blender 3D. Blender is an open source 3D modeling application and can be put to an amazing variety of uses, from lifelike images through to Pixar style 3D animation.
This book aims to cover the use of Blender in creating “Incredible Machines” which are described by the author, Allan Brito, as “a kind of machine that doesn’t exist in our world, has amazing capabilities, and has a great sci-fi look”. If you aren’t a sci-fi fan don’t be put off by the description, this book has a lot to offer away from the world of Spaceships and Robots.
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I was recently asked by Packt (www.packtpub.com) if I wanted to review their new book Blender 3D 2.49 – Incredible Machines (Allan Brito) when it gets published. While I’m waiting for the book they have sent me a sample chapter to put up for download on my blog so if you’re interested you can download a pdf of the chapter “Steampunk Spacecraft” here.Continue Reading »
Brand new upload site for the Blender Community from openDesktop.org (the creators of Gnome-Look.org etc).
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Timelapse video of sebastian_k from blenderartists.org modeling a foxglove over for the Blender Week Day Challenges:
I recently upgraded my phone and decided I needed to create a new background for it.
I settled upon a 3D version of my blackcougar avatar which I use on some of my forum accounts.
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