Sandra Gilbert writes:
It's time again to start thinking about articles, tutorials and images for Issue # 31 of Blenderart Magazine.
The theme for this issue is “Under the Microscope”.
This issue we are going to explore how Blender can be used for scientific and educational visualization. So if you or your team is working on a scientific and educational visualization for research or educational purposes, we want to hear about it. So get your research and notes organized and send us your “brainchild”.
Here are just some of the possible topics:
- Coordinate Systems
- Integration (animated)
- Proofing Pythagoras's theorem
- Animations/Simulations of some mechanic experiments
- Atom/Subatomic Particles
- Electronic orbitals (visualisation)
- The look of a molecule
- The animal cell
- The plant cell
- Cell division
Also wanted, great shaders, materials and node setups for great looking materials and effects.
Send in your articles to sandra
Subject: "Article submission Issue # 31 [your article name]"
As usual you can also submit your best renders based on the theme of the issue. The theme of this issue is “Under the Microscope”. Please note if the entry does not match with the theme it will not be published.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 # 31"
Note: Image size should be of 1024x (width) at max.
Last date of submissions December 5, 2010.