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Going 3D with Blender: Very first Steps

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From: Andre Dubuc <uy12pca(at)> [ date: 2003-07-07 ]
Excellent timing for this article! I had put off learning Blender for the past three months since I couldn't find a 'Beginner's Beginners Guide' - a basic guide that presumed I knew nothing (as I do).

Thank you, Katja, for a very clear, easy-to-follow guide. I look forward to your next installment!
From: Kronoman [ date: 2003-07-10 ]
This article was very useful for me. I find also your 3D artwork really good.
I will look forward to new articles on Blender.
Also, if you could release those cute 3D penguins, or at, least, explain us how do you did them...
Anyway, great article!
From: dominik [ date: 2003-07-13 ]
Thank you, for this article! It has put me to the point were I can give things a color. This makes objects much better!
From: The Signer [ date: 2003-07-19 ]
Very good article !!!
I read it in English and in Spanish.
There are an important concept error in the Spanish translation.
The word "plane" has been translated as "avion" (flight machine), the correct translation should be "plano" (plane in geometrical terms).


Lo que en la versión en Español del artículo, aparece referido como "avión", debería ser "plano".

From: Edgar Hernández Z. <edgar(at)> [ date: 2003-07-21 ]
Thanks to The Signer for the comment, I will make the change...

From: Tobias [ date: 2003-07-21 ]
Nice Articel, thanks!
From: Sam <junk(at)> [ date: 2003-07-25 ]
Thanks for a great article.

In your presentation, how did you annotate the screenshots of blender with text? I realize this may seem like a very simple question but I've tried many ways with varying success and your annotated text is the best i've seen so far.

From: fred philmon [ date: 2003-08-01 ]
Thanks for an excellent article
From: Peter Mueller <Peer-Gool(at)> [ date: 2003-08-21 ]
thanks a lot for your warily introduction into Blender, enabling
me to "dive" (:-) into rather complexer tutorials.
But: as it is usual for beginners (:-): they have questions:
Is there a possibility to retrieve the output instead of in a
*.blend file into an ascii format? -> to further use it in
Thanks a lot for a hint to you and everybody who knows this (:-): Peter
From: xavier guipon <jeff111(at)> [ date: 2003-10-09 ]
It is a great article. I wait the futures articles. Thank to all this :-)
From: Anonymous User [ date: 2003-12-19 ]
Simply Superb...
From: michael a, beaver <mbeaver408(at)> [ date: 2004-05-09 ]
Great blender intro to version 2.27. It would be helpful of the .blend files was downloadable. I would also recommend updating the tutorial for the latest 2.32 version which has GUI and theme support.
From: ebrain <blender(at)> [ date: 2004-09-28 ]
Pour les personnes qui sont en manque d'infos et de support pour Blender, allez jeter un coup d'oeil sur la principale communauté francophone :

From: | [ date: 2005-06-07 ]
It's good, but... how about polish version of it? :P
From: bobert <webmaster(at)> [ date: 2005-11-07 ]
i've been trying to get a grip on blender.
this tutorial really helped.
now on to the next one
From: mustafa vasi <> [ date: 2006-07-30 ]
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From: Louis Goossens <louisgoossens(at)> [ date: 2006-11-10 ]
I was surching for a long time a 3D solution to make didactical software for children of the primary school.

I think I have found it with Blender. I look forwarts to new articles about this.

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