Blenderart issue #41′s theme is “Imagine the Possibilities”.
Balazs Oszvald has used Blender to model assets for the indy game ‘The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing’.
Dolf Veenvliet [Macouno] didn’t only release a new training DVD on 3D printing with Blender, but he has also prepared a 3D printable version of Sintel. Are you dying to have it on your desk? You can get a full-color version for €47 (plus shipping) at Shapeways right now! You can also download the (monochrome) printable model from Thingiverse. Enjoy!
(Full disclosure: I work for Shapeways)
It’s not a photograph! Stunning work by draguu.
Chocofur is a new Blender oriented webshop that offers modern furniture models for sale, all ready to render in Cycles. The individual model packs sell for €24.95 (simple models are €4.90 each), but there is a choice of free models available as well.
Learn how to create this scene in this BlendTuts videotutorial.
Here’s an exciting piece of news: the Blender Cookie team is planning to release a Blender art book, celebrating the achievements of the incredible Blender community. I think a book like this is long overdue, and I’m truly happy to see the project being done by such a capable crew.
You can submit your artwork now!
Pedro Varela is hosting an introductory Blender workshop in Porto, Portugal on May 25. Entrance fee is €5.