EasyBlend.org is a new platform for the Blender community that collects all kinds of informational Blender resources. Anyone can contribute and help complete the library.
A small group of friends and I decided to help promote Blender by building a website which indexes Blender-related resources and organizes them in a new and unique way that will hopefully make sense to most Blender users.
Our site, EasyBlend.org is at a preliminary (beta?) stage but is up & running usable for testing purposes. We have made this preview version available to the public in the hopes that users will test the site's features out and provide us with feedback.
We have a YouTube video available which describes EasyBlend's purpose, motivations, and features in detail. One important thing the video covers is the concept of Blenducators and how they are critical to the future of Blender.
- Currently the site indexes over 6,000 resources.
- Anyone that wants can contribute new resources or modify their metadata.
- "Blenducators" or staff review standard user contributions and make the changes permanent.
- Anyone who has contributed something to the advancement of Blender (free or commercial) such as a tutorial, python add-on, manual contribution, etc... is eligible for Blenducator status.
- All EasyBlend accounts are FREE, including those with Blenducator status.
- Blenducators recieve free promotion to their sites, blogs or video channels as long as those are Blender-related. And, a Blenducator does NOT have to contribute to EasyBlend to receive this promotion, they just need Blenducator status on their account.
- We will have another video shortly which details how to contribute to the EasyBlend database in just a few days.