Editorial nº 21 Look What I Can Do!
So if you have been feeling stuk in a creative rut or would just like to explore a new idea, just sit bak and learn what others have been up to...
Over the last four years, we have explored and focused on various tips, techniques, tools and features of Blender.
And while we have covered various projects and artists over the years, the focus has tended toward "how" they did things. The "what" and "why" of their projects, assumed somewhat of a secondary nature.
When we picked the theme for this issue, I thought it would be a nice change of pace to see what the community at large is up to.
And we discovered that they are busy with a dizzying array of fun and interesting projects, that they were all too happy to share with the rest of us.
So if you have been feeling stuk in a creative rut or would just like to explore a new idea, just sit bak and learn what others have been up to. Their creative uses for Blender are bound to sparque a creative idea or two.
Gaurav Nawani email@example.com
Sandra Gilbert firstname.lastname@example.org
Nam Pham email@example.com
Gaurav, Sandra, Alex
Brian C. Treacy
Byron R. Kindig
Yap Chun Fei
Troy James Sobotka
Breathe - By Reynante firstname.lastname@example.org