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Blenderart Mag Issue #41 now available

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Blenderart issue #41's theme is “Imagine the Possibilities".

Sandra Gilbert writes:

Welcome to Issue #41, “Imagine the Possibilities"

In a world full of yet to be imagined possibilities, often the only thing stopping you is a bit of inspiration. This issue we bring you a wealth of just such possibilities to inspire and jump start your own artistic adventures.

So grab your copy today. Also be sure to check out our gallery of wonderful images submitted by very talented members of our community.

Table of Contents:

  • Letting Cycles Do The Work
  • Making Of Katie
  • Making Of Red Fox
  • Master Of Puppets
  • Blender For Comic Illustrations
  • Making Of a Trophy

Comments

  • http://PolyKhromeGames.blogspot.com/ Brian Lockett

    Nice issue!

    • McPandaBurger

      gazuntite! :p

  • http://PolyKhromeGames.blogspot.com/ Brian Lockett

    Great work, BlenderArt crew! I like the whole issue, though I personally esp. like the "Let Cycles Do The Work" and "Master of Puppets" articles. Congrats on this release!

  • LightDash

    hi...

    i was there a few month ago and i downloaded´em all

    THANK YOU

    gr8 work

    i liked ISSUE 14: CARTOON & GAME ENGINE ( B R U T A L ) really outstanding :)

  • http://utopia3d.wordpress.com/ Utopia780

    Thank you Sandra and all the people that make Blender Art Magazine real.

  • zavigny

    Sandra,

    BlenderArt Magazine is such a wonderful selfless work of art and love! I treasure every free issue for its wealth of in-depth information, usually written by selfless contributors sharing their Blender tricks and tips in a personal and interesting manner, taking me along in their workflow and thinking process through some complex issues. BlenderArt is also a terrific historical record of the evolution of Blender, and 3D in general too. Forty issues covers a pretty large span of time.

    Well, I've enjoyed every one of them, and I thank you.

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