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Blender F1 Challenge Voting Has Begun!


It is finally time to vote for the winner of the 2007 Blender F1 Challenge. No less than 55 contestants participated this time, so there is quite a run for the 1st prize (A Blender Logo T-Shirt, Animusic 2 DVD, “Introducing Character Animation with Blender” book by Tony Mullen with a Sybex logo T-shirt).

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It'll be exciting to see who wins!

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Mathias Pedersen

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  1. It was a tough choice, but I believe that a few did stand out from the rest.

    Mark Rasmussen's 8th grade class wasn't too bad either. As a beginner myself to Blender, they did better than I could at my current skill. I hope that I can spread Blender to my school...

  2. Heads Up: Spelling mistake last line: exited = excited

    It's always amazing to see the number and quality of entries in the challenge. As Penddragon said, there are a few that stand out from the rest. I can't help feeling, though, that there were a few more Really-High-Quality entries last year... maybe it's just me.

    As to Mark Rasmussen's class - I particularly loved this one:
    Gotta be considered the best :)

  3. @rpgsimmaster: i agree, that one was the best of those Rasmussen's class works.. :) though they where all good(but whats with the weponry on so many of those, lol)

  4. Once again, some nice works here!
    The average quality improves every year, although I also have to agree with rpgsimmaster...

    Too bad I couldn't enter this year, at least I won't be biased :) Well anyways I'm saving my concept for next year.


  5. I thought jesse nelson was the best image. It didn't exactly flow with the theme but I thought it the best.

    I dunno, the 2006 images I think were better on the whole. Too much plastic looking cars. Still was a great way to spend 15 minutes of my morning looking through them all!

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