So, I just tried out this new FPS game created with Blender, created by Fajrul Falakh of Indonesia. It’s a complete game, with levels, guns, baddies, sound FX, you name it. Though the game is straightforward, it’s a valiant effort and completely free, so you go ahead and download it and give it a whirl!
The Freezing Moon Foundation has been working on improving it’s website among other things since the last time they’ve been featured here on BlenderNation. Along with those improvements, a tutorials page is being developed, which has been already populated with quite a few neat tutorials mainly related to our beloved Blender and GIMP apps. Check it out and keep an eye on it for constant updates and more tutorials!
Benjamin Bailey has recently created a video tutorial series titled “Sculpting a Zombie Head in Blender 2.54.” With over an hour and a half (1.5 hours) of video instruction, you will learn how to sculpt a basic cube into a human head, create an exposed brain, and paint in tiny skin details onto the mesh with textured sculpting brushes. The entire series is online and available for free.
The Hiza Ro and the “Blender Army” in Indonesia have come up with a smart, beautiful hand sign which illustrates both an expression of peace and of the love for Blender. They call it “Salam Blender” – that is, “Peace, Blender.” Next time you get together with a group of fellow Blenderheads, crowd around the camera and give us this sign!