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"Froggy is back" is now online. View it here:

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LiveMesh! is an augmented reality application which uses Wavefront objects (Blender can export until version…

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The Art for Code project is ready for you to use.  Art for Code is an idea concieved of by LetterRip (Tom Musgrove) and implemented by Benjamin Tolputt.  A way to get more desired features for artists faster.

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We conclude the series of articles in which we followed and we have updated the BLENDING LIFE 2 news, Blender Contest whose theme was the creation of photo realistic human faces .
As we noted in the previous article on this serie,s was the winner of the contest PAULO SILVA (engelik) with its excellent work.
Paul has kindly agreed to answer some questions about his work for this contest and adding more to satisfy curious readers, staff making of his work. thank Paul Silva for his friendliness and courtesy.


The tutorial is about how to load two videos and then cross from one to the other and then render the results.

It is made with the May 26, 2010 SVN version of Blender 2.5 Alpha


Link to the text and video but you need to be a member of CCFG


You can also veiw just the video on YouTube under XOMagick.

Douglas E Knapp



Welcome all of the computer graphics amateurs. The twelfth issue of the Blender-Empire Magazine has been released. This magazine deals with modeling using new version of Blender 2.5. We’ll continue our learning marathon and get to know new options of the program.

The Contents

1. Cartoon “wolf period”. How was it done?

2. 3D-clouds modeling.

3. Creating of a golden chain.

4. The Earth crust breaking animation

5. Creating of a broken egg.

6. Characters. Rigging: chinchilla and the squirrel from the Big Buck Bunny

7. Art Gallery

Link cover

Download pdf-version of the Magazine on

Video-course “Blender, First steps in Modeling” has come along with the Blender-Empire Magazine. In this course you will find modeling instruments in Blender 2.5. The course consists of 5,5 hours of lessons divided in parts. You are welcome to get more information here (

Best regards, Vladimir Vychegzhanin.

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