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BlenderArt Magazine - 24 - From Out Of The Deep

BlenderArt Magazine - 24 - From Out Of The Deep

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Articles/Tutorials on A Quick Little Whale, Tutorial of Realistic Water Environment, Making of Kaldewei, Making of Sea Anemone, vSwarm - An Open Distributed Render Farm, Now wheres the 'Under Water Lighting button'? & more…
Articles/Tutorials on A Quick Little Whale, Tutorial of Realistic Water Environment, Making of Kaldewei, Making of Sea Anemone, vSwarm - An Open Distributed Render Farm, Now wheres the 'Under Water Lighting button'? & more…

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Issue 24 | Oct 2009
Blender learning made easy
COVERART
Bonding - by Terence Gomez
Tutorial - A quick little Whale
 
Tutorial - Realistic Water Environment
 
Making of - Kaldewei
 
Making of - Sea Anemone
 
EDITOR
Gaurav Nawani
MANAGING EDITOR
Sandra Gilbert
WEBSITE
Nam Pham
DESIGNER
Gaurav, Sandra, Alex
PROOFERS
Brian C. TreacyBruce WestfallDaniel HandDaniel MateGaurav NawaniHenriël VeldtmannJoshua LeungJoshua ScottonKevin BraunMark WarrenNoah SummersPatrick ODonnellPhillipRonan PosnicScott HillWade Bick
WRITERS
Sandra GilbertSpewBoyChristoph Aka DracioArland B. Woodham IIIThomas Schlüter
COVER ART
Bonding - by Terence Gomez
CONTENTS
Issue 24 | Oct 2009 - "From Out of the deep"
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Tutorial - A quick little WhaleTutorial - Realistic Water EnvironmentMaking of - KaldeweiMaking of - Sea AnemonevSwarm - An open distributed render farmNow where's the "Under Water Lighting" button?91419222529
 
"From out of the Deep..." conjures up im-ages of all types of sea creatures, from thesimple to the beautifully exotic. Dancingbeams of light bouncing off of underwaterlife and hypnotic light patterns shimmeringon the sea floor.But the phrase also brings to mind thebeautiful and unique creations that risefrom the deep pools of our own creativity. And this community has an overabundanceof creativity and talent.Over the last four years, (and yes, it reallyhas been four years) we have seen some of the best our community has to offer. Fromthe insightful tutorials to the explanationsand discussions of the numerous and variedpersonal and professional projects. And noissue of Blenderart Magazine would becomplete without the amazing images thatmake their way into our galleries.It is thanks to all these amazing artists andtheir willingness to share not only theirknowledge, but their artwork, that ourmagazine has become so popular amongBlender users worldwide.So here is a big thank-you and an even big-ger hug for all you have contributed andgiven to Blenderart Magazine and to thecommunity at large. And just a final note before you all dive intoour latest issue. Users young and old, newand experienced learn from and enjoy theunique blend of articles, tutorials and im-ages we publish. So let's keep the momen-tum going ever forward with continuedsubmissions from all of the talented mem-bers of our community. We are waiting tohear from you. :)sandra@blenderart.org
Sandra Gilbert
Managing Editor
EDITORIAL
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