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BlenderArt - 18 - September 2008

BlenderArt - 18 - September 2008



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Blender Art Magazine Issue 18 - Landscapes, Environments & Sets
Blender Art Magazine Issue 18 - Landscapes, Environments & Sets

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Issue 18 | Sep 2008
Blender learning made easy
- Jnaut - by Derek Watts
Baking AO Maps for Terrain Using Blender 3DCNC Machining with BlenderMAKING OF: A Big City For A GameInterview of Roland Hess
Gaurav Nawani
Sandra Gilbert
Nam Pham
Gaurav, Sandra, Alex
Kevin BraunPhillip RyalsBruce WestfallJoshua LeungLynda SchemanskyEric PranauskNoah SummersJoshua ScottonMark WarrenWade BickPatrick O'DonnellBrian C. TreacyScott HillHenriel Veldtmann
Enrique GonzalesClaudio “malefico” AndaurSGMartínez & AARRuizSandra GilbertKernon DillonMichael KerseyDave JarvisKen 'kat' Beyer
Jnaut - by Derek Wattsdwatts1@gmail.com
www.blenderart.orgIssue 18 | Sep 2008 - Landscapes, Environments & Sets
Baking AO Maps for Terrain Using Blender 3D
Game Physics and Paths
CNC Machining with Blender
Create Scenes with a Seamless Background
MAKING OF: A Big City For A Game
MAKING OF: A Fantasy Landscape
MAKING OF: The Scene Of A DreamInterviewed - Roland Hess914233239445070
eptember heralds summer's colorful slideinto winter. The air gets crisp and cool afterthe stifling heat of summer and leaves eve-rywhere start turning blazing shades of orange,gold and red. I have always reveled in the factthat the surrounding landscapes look like theyhave been painted in a riot of fiery colors. Thebeauty of Fall's colorful transformation has al-ways been quite inspiring to me, so it's no won-der that the greater number of my projects findthemselves started during the Fall season.The inspiring nature of Fall not only kicks off myown yearly creative surge, it also lends itself very well to this issue's theme. This time aroundwe are going to explore various methods for cre-ating various landscapes and environments.Even if you haven't really done a lot of land-scape work, between the beautiful Fall sceneryand the inspiring articles in this issue, you justmight find yourself overwhelmingly compelledto make a landscape or two yourself. In additionto landscapes, we also get an inside look intocreating a custom Big City.One other thing Fall seems to inspire in quite afew of us is the need to organize and clean up.Or at least it appears that way, as this is gener-ally the time when most of us get stuck with alot of yard clean up and organization. So when you need a break from the seemingly endlessleaf raking, just set yourself right down and readall about “Project File Organization” and “Howto set up Blender Libraries”.So then you will be fully prepared for someoverdue blender resource cleanup and organiza-tion. Just as soon as you finish raking that yardof course.Happy Blending!sandra@blenderart.org
Sandra Gilbert
Managing Editor
www.blenderart.orgIssue 18 | Sep 2008 - Landscapes, Environments & Sets

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