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Mandu
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blender grupe in germany hamburg

Post by Mandu »

hi there

i am wondering if there are any blender intrested people in germany or even better, in hamburg?

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mandu (sebastian)

thoro
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Post by thoro »

Definitely YES :D - I moved from Hamburg to Berlin last year.

Cheers

Thorsten

kAinStein
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Post by kAinStein »

Yep, near Frankfurt. And there is (at least) one guy from Munich... *looksforkrabat*

Rui

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Post by suntzu »

And a YAB (yast another blenderer) in Berlin.

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Post by jo »

hohenbrunn. this is near munich, i think about 20 km away. ;)

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Post by a2d2 »

I´m in Saarbruecken but i have relevants in hamburg. Does that count? :wink:

Daniel_P
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Post by Daniel_P »

Near Lüneburg. Quite close to Hamburg...

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Post by cekuhnen »

ich bin in hannover aber bald in den usa for 2 jahre ;)

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Post by nico_h »

I am from Hamburg. Heimfeld to be exact.

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Post by Schlops »

I live near Nürnberg (and I know a girl who has relatives in Hamburg)
Stay Rude!

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Post by monocult »

I am from Hennef, Bonn.

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Re: blender grupe in germany hamburg

Post by Zeitfraktur »

Mandu wrote: i am wondering if there are any blender intrested people in germany or even better, in hamburg?
Heya Mandu,

from Hannover, but living in Pinneberg (next to Hamburg) for almost 9 years... 8)

Just discovered blender a few days ago and I am very surprised about the high quality, complexity and of course the price and history...

I work at a music software company and did not do much graphics and 3d during the last few years. 12 years ago I enjoyed Imagine on my Amiga where it took 1-6 hours to render a simple scene that only takes 5-20 seconds on my Powerbook nowadays :)

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Post by cekuhnen »

Amiga jesus yes haha 16 bit images with crapy resolution and chopy detail. Lightwave was a hit in it! Wuhuhu

Amiga was my first PC and it took me ages to understand what the hell the startup sequence was. so embarrassing!

ya blender is cool. tough price thru. took me ages to work for it. i give the people here a lot of credit for their work. i found blender pertty mixed. some high productive tools and some tools very very old. but the process here they make with develloping is amazing. and again credit lots of credits to the coders!!!

claas

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