1st Issue of 'Blenderart' now released

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dreamsgate
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1st Issue of 'Blenderart' now released

Post by dreamsgate »

Well after alot of running around figuring out how to create a magazine, here it is, our first issue of 'Blenderart'

http://s12.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=14ZV ... YTCWU38RQ3

We are aware that this is not the best option for hosting a magazine.
If anyone would like to mirror our first issue. We would be ever so grateful. We are as yet still trying to figure out website issues.


***EDIT*** new corrected file at above link, obvious typos fixed and unnecessary font folder removed for quicker download times.
Last edited by dreamsgate on Tue Nov 15, 2005 3:53 am, edited 2 times in total.

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Re: 1st Issue of 'Blenderart' now released

Post by kidb »

dreamsgate wrote:If anyone would like to mirror our first issue.
Done.
http://blendertestbuilds.de/index.php?d ... /20051115/

dreamsgate
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Post by dreamsgate »

thank you so much! :D

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Post by teachtech »

Hi Dreamsgate! Having trouble getting into it. Says something about file transfer-Invalid link.

Will try again tomorrow. Thanks!

dreamsgate
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Post by dreamsgate »

sorry link got shortened when I pasted it into the post. All fixed now.

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Post by joeri »

Amazing!

Good work.

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Post by madcello »

Very good job! Thank you! :D

Please, squeeze the animation! :D

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Post by mikasaari »

Incredible !

Really great job !

-Mika

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Post by malCanDo »

WOW!

That was an excellent read, I'll try to use the Robot tutorials to showcase Blender to some students in the near future.

Looking forward to Issue 2!
Mal

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Post by OTO »

reWOW :)

Very pro!
Bravo

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Post by franzrogar »

Excelent!

No other words tha: Great Work!

Also, for newbees you could add the "tutorial" files (as we saw in the Manual) could be pertect so ;)

Waiting for next number ;)

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Post by umbroth »

Very great Job, Really pro. :D

Thanks a lot
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New in blender

Post by CptGorilla »

Hi all here, im newbie in blender and i follow the robot article and i must say that there are many errors and missinfg steps.
Some of these errors are no numbers in photographs almost in foxit pdf reader (I DONT LIKE ADOBE) doing difficult follow a good learning,
there are many diferences whith photographs and software display areas like
that nice smoothing in photos, yes i know that there is a way to do it but difficult to find for newbie like me.
sometimes the key to be pressed in the article not corresponf with blender program.. example... when we need push M key for mirror command (M corresponds to move to layer).
Well there are more but its ur first magazine and i can understand those errors so only take this critic in a right way.
My best regards to all u altruist ppl for put these tutorials near of noobs renderers ;).

and now a question..... a tried to join those two middles parts of robot head and i cant join them, seems to they isnt perpendiculars.


thanks a lot

P.D sorry for my english i speak spanish.

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Post by ChrisKnoll »

Hello dreamsgate.

I just downloaded your mag and it looks beautiful! It looked absolutely like a real magazine. It's professionally done and it's easy to read. It's in a double column format which is fine. It's less tiring to the eyes.

May I know the general type of font you used? Hope you'll continue publishing these types of free and useful publications.

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Post by ChrisKnoll »

Hello dreamsgate.

I just downloaded your mag and it looks beautiful! It looked absolutely like a real magazine. It's professionally done and it's easy to read. It's in a double column format which is fine. It's less tiring to the eyes.

May I know the general type of font you used? Hope you'll continue publishing these types of free and useful publications.

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