hippa03 wrote:effstop did you manage to work with this programme. I myself wish I could do something but...............
Give this a look over... "The Official Blender 2.3 Guide: Free 3D Creation Suite for Modeling, Animation, and Rendering" Some of the samples on the CDROM are quite amazing!http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1593270410/qid=1095351364/sr=8-5/ref=pd_csp_5/002-7228365-9124038?v=glance&s=books&n=507846
From Book News, Inc.
Written by the Blender Foundation, this guide walks through the modeling, materials, and lighting commands available in the Blender open source graphics suite to create 3D scenes, introduces object and character animation techniques and Blender's rendering engine, and explains how to use animation as a modeling tool and Blender as a video editor. The reference section lists hotkeys, buttons, and windows. The CD-ROM contains Blender for all platforms, Python documentation, and demo animations.Copyright © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
blogcritics.org, August 2004
"an invaluable aid to understanding the program and its possibilities"
Blender is the first and only fully-integrated 3D graphics creation suite allowing modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, and realtime interactive 3D with cross-platform compatibility--all for free. Originally developed by Not a Number (NaN) as a commercial product, Blender has since been released as free software, with the sources available under GNU GPL. The Official Blender 2.3 Guide is an introduction to the sometimes complicated Blender interface and a complete guide to everything that Blender can do. Written by the designers who created and currently maintain Blender, the book covers methods of designing models, materials, and light; rendering 3D scenes; creating 3D animations; as well as advanced topics such as using Blender as a video editor. Includes a 4-color insert and a CD-ROM containing Blender for all platforms.