Poster updated 09/03/2021, America’s cup Edition
A while ago on the island of Seuraasari, Finland, I met an artist craftsman building ships in the bottles. He asked me if I knew the trick… The answer is quite simple but the final result still smacks of magic and ancient sea legends…
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Suzanne in late summer look with glasses is introducing 2.9, with a colorful poster update.
Non manifold extrude is probably the most intriguing modeling update in Blender 2.9. I was waiting it for a long time, since I tried Google SketchUp, and I think it could be the default extruding option. Now it’s included as a tip into the infographic.
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May 2020 update for Blender Poster. Suzanne is wearing her best trendy breathing mask.
Added collection instance convertion, depth order in grease pencil, “track to” camera follow constrain.
Download the latest version, stay at home and keep up the good learning. Happy Blending.
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New update for Blender Poster, 24/03/2020 release. Covid-19 quarantine is really having strong (good) consequences in learning Blender. Quarantine is having the counterstrike in giving us so much time learning and experimenting with Blender. I hope it will be the right time for everyone to rise up the learning curve; it’s indeed much better than the sad stats of sicks and deaths from newsreports.
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The monkey fist has always been my favorite knot. One of the most difficult to achieve: I spent a whole summer in the 90’s to accomplish a sufficient one. With a ball of paper in the center, or better, a lead ball.
Because the monkey fist, a perfect sphere made of tighten rope necks, resembling strong thin fingers, was a useful knot: used as a throwing weight, on the docks for mooring lines.
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