Gary Varnell regx at dgswa.com
Wed Oct 26 11:54:40 CDT 2005


Yep, all possible with blender.

Take a look at http://blender3d.org/cms/Images.151.0.html

Blenders inteface is quite a bit different than max or lightwave, so it is 
taking me a while to get comfortable with it. The documentation is great 
however, and nostarch press has a couple of nice blender books. I was 
fortunate enough to get a couple at the last Oreilly conference in Portland.

One really cool thing you can do with blender is attach behaviors  to objects, 
and then fire it up as a game. It is very very slick.

I have a bunch of new backgrounds that I will be posting soon. I will post a 
message as soon as they are posted.




-- 

Gary Varnell

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"How many tech writers does it take to change a lightbulb? -None: "The user 
can work it out."




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> Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2005 19:38:43 -0600
> From: Nicholas Burman <nicholas at nburmandesign.com>
> Subject: [ubuntu-art] Re: ubuntu custum wallpapers - nice stuff
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> Normal? Oh yes I remember that.
> Some of my emails have gone to individuals before I realised my
> mistake - just hitting reply doesn't send it back to the group and I
> still forget to catch it.
> Thanks for making your artwork public domain. I love fresh
> backgrounds, especially ones that look sooo gooood!
>
> Is all that possible with Blender then? I should wind it up sometime .
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> Nick
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> On 23-Oct-05, at 1:55 AM, Gary Varnell wrote:
> > Nick,
> >
> > Glad you like my wallpapers. It is very cool that kde supports
> > alpha channels
> > allowing custom colors/gradientsto show through.
> >
> > Unfortunately I have to admit that I made these using 3ds max on
> > windoze. I
> > would like to say I created them in Blender on Ubuntu, but
> > currently I am
> > very much a Blender newbie.
> >
> > To answer your second question, yes any one may use these for their
> > own use.
> > I will be posting more as soon as I get some free time to my gallery.
> > http://gary.dgswa.com/nuke/modules.php?
> > set_albumName=album15&op=modload&name=regx-
> > Gallery&file=index&include=view_album.php&GallerySession=b800000d09e97
> > 6d03eea63ff79888a14
> >
> > Thanks again for the nice comments.
> > Also, I hope you do not mind that I posted this back to the list.
> > This is normal right?
> > --
> >
> > Gary Varnell
> >
> > --------------------------------------------
> > "C++, n.: C with fine print which is never quoted and no-one knows
> > about;
> > features which renders a correctly --written C program useless." -
> > The Royal
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