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Issue 21 | Apr 2009
Blender learning made easy
COVERART
Breathe by Reynante
Using Blender to Animate Your Family Photos
 
Product Visualization
 
Game Art for Project Aftershock
 
Mystery of The BLEND
 
EDITOR
Gaurav Nawani
MANAGING EDITOR
Sandra Gilbert
WEBSITE
Nam Pham
DESIGNER
Gaurav, Sandra, Alex
PROOFERS
Kevin BraunPhillip RyalsBruce WestfallJoshua LeungLynda SchemanskyEric PranauskNoah SummersJoshua ScottonMark WarrenWade BickPatrick O'DonnellBrian C. TreacyScott HillHenriel Veldtmann
WRITERS
Byron R. KindigValentin SpirikClaas KuhnenBenjamin SchramYap Chun FeiRobert BurkeSozapGiancarlo NgPaul FitzpatrickKen BeyerSciVis IFC - CNRJeroen BakkerTroy James Sobotka
COVER ART
Breathe - By Reynantereynantem@gmail.com
CONTENTS
www.blenderart.orgIssue 21 | Apr 2009 - Look What I Can Do!!
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Tutorial - Using Blender to Animate Your Family Photos
 
Tutorial - Editing A Music Video in Blender
 
Tutorial - Product Visualization
 
Making - Game Art for Project Aftershock
 
Making - Cricket and Friends See a Comet!
 
Making - Modelling and Rigging a Mechanical Model
 
Making - Making of the Sun8162031
 
 
 
46Making - Building Online Generators with Blender
 
Article - Mystery of The BLEND
 
And Lot More...71
 
 
O
ver the last four years, we have exploredand focused on various tips, techniques,tools and features of Blender. And while we have covered various projects andartists over the years, the focus has tended to-ward "how" they did things. The "what" and"why" of their projects, assumed somewhat of asecondary nature.When we picked the theme for this issue, Ithought it would be a nice change of pace to seewhat the community at large is up to. And we discovered that they are busy with a diz-zying array of fun and interesting projects, thatthey were all too happy to share with the rest of us.So if you have been feeling stuck in a creativerut or would just like to explore a new idea, justsit back and learn what others have been up to.Their creative uses for Blender are bound tospark a creative idea or two.Have Fun!sandra@blenderart.org
Sandra Gilbert
Managing Editor
EDITORIAL
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