Blender

No, it is not that thing you use to stir up food in your kitchen—it is a hot new state-of-the-art 3-D modeler.
The Future of Blender

Ton Roosendaal hopes to eventually port Blender to a number of systems, but right now that isn't a priority. By the time this article is printed, the manual and a free version of Blender 1.5 will have been released. After the manual goes out, a commercial CD-ROM will be published containing Complete Blender (version 1.8)--hopefully, by mid-1999.

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Ben Crowder is a young Linux aficionado living in Utah. He finds himself becoming more and more hopelessly addicted to Linux. In addition to fiddling with the insides of computers, Ben enjoys reading, writing and music. He can be reached at mlcrowd@enol.com.

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find a tutorial

Yakin's picture

hi
i'm a beginner ,i want to build a house in blender but dont find a tutorial

please help me :o(
thx

Buildinf a House in Blender

Anonymous's picture

Please try Vimeo and search for "Building a house in Blender"

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