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Call for Content Blenderart #25


blenderart_logoIt's time again to start thinking about articles, tutorials and images for Issue # 25 of Blenderart Magazine. The theme for this issue is “Winter Wonderland”!

Sandra Gilbert writes:

With winter fast approaching, I thought it would be fun for everyone to flex some creative energy creating cold wintery scenes.

Winter is filled with fun outdoor activities as well as quite a few holidays. So let's “chill out” and create our own “Winter Wonderland”.

We are looking for:

* Winter characters and scenes
* Winter sports and activities (scenes, images, animations, games)
* Winter holidays (scenes, images, animations, games)

Also wanted, great shaders, materials and node setups for great looking materials and effects.


Send in your articles to sandra,
Subject: "Article submission Issue # 25 [your article name]"

Gallery Images

As usual you can also submit your best renders based on the theme of the issue. As the theme of this issue is “Winter Wonderland”, we are looking for winter images of characters, activities and winter holidays. Please note if the entry does not match with the theme it will not be published.

Send in your entries for gallery to gaurav,
Subject: "Gallery submission Issue # 25"

Note: Image size should be of 1024x (width) at max.

Last date of submissions: December 5, 2009.

Good luck!
-Blenderart Team

About the Author

Benjamin Bailey

I am a young creative artist with a dream to conquer the world with my ideas. I love singing, writing, drawing, and modeling in 3D - and I'm ready to put these skills to use.


  1. this will obviously sound out of topic but i would like to know what the blenderart team think about a special issue of BAM dedicated to python scripting for Blender
    i live in a country where there's not a lot of snow in winter
    i am nonetheless a fan of Blender for years and although i don't professionnally use it i everyday take a look at blendernation and read a lot of pdf's at home and at work (of course while working on computer) and recently bought my first Blender book in a book was an extraordinary moment...seeing a Blender book in the real world and not in the cyber one !!!!(lol!)
    i am over 51 now
    i hope Blenderart team will reveal for newbies and non-professionnal users of Blender the secrets of python scripting for Blender
    and sorry for being out of topic

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