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Reply Roger Wickes
3:30 PM on August 11, 2013 
Hey Levi! Best of luck to ya; I know how much work it is to make a game. I used Blender to make sprite sheets for an Ubisoft game, and it worked quite well. Just set up your ortho cameras with the correct angles and you'll be making sheets like the wind!
Reply Roger Wickes
3:27 PM on August 11, 2013 
g'day mate! You've got quite a troop of Blenderheads there down under, and of course with Weta to inspire you, an awesome place to be a CG artist. Happy Blendering!
Reply Roger Wickes
3:22 PM on August 11, 2013 
Thank you for your kind words of encouragement, Jeanne and Susan!
Reply Roger Wickes
3:20 PM on August 11, 2013 
Hey Mark! Well, there are new features, but all the features in my book are still there; the new UI looks a little different but it's all pretty much the same. I am thinking of doing an update and self-publish, but that is a year off. If you would like to get started blendering and compositing today, please buy my book!
Reply Mark
7:36 AM on August 10, 2013 
Very nice site. I was considering buying your book, "Foundation Blender Compositing", but I was wondering were you considering a reprint? Take care!
Reply Jeanne Curran
9:40 PM on August 12, 2012 
Came across your Blender tutorial in Was so impressed, I "googled" you, hoping there might be books you'd written. From all I've seen and read, I like who you are.

Will undoubtedly encounter you in the future. Am planning to use Blender and Ubuntu and Adobe to illustrate my recent novel and restructure my website. The site, Dear Habermas, has always been freely accessible and shared in cross-country teaching with my colleague and once former student (Susan Takata, at Univ. of Wisc, Parkside).

The site restructuring is designed to open our learning freely to all, while expanding the university's results to building local communities to collectively guard our humanity and survival in today's world. Susan and I hope to share what we've learned over the last fifteen years with so many hundreds of state college students.

Cal State could never afford to let me have access to Linux and a powerful computer. Now, with no more day job, I'm free to play and re. For now, I've got a zillion books and manuals to read, and a dual boot computer to grow comfortable with. But soon, I hope I'll have some Blender characters and videos from this novel and the next to share. Freely, I hope. I really believe in open source. For higher education, too.

Glad to find you out there,
and please don't ever give up,
jeannie and susan

Prof. Jeanne Curran, Emerita (Cal.St.Univ.), Esq.
Prof. Susan Takata, Chair, Dept. of Crim. Justice, Wisc. Univ. at Parkside
Reply roger
8:08 PM on June 12, 2010 
hi from new zealand
Reply Uwe Blazey
3:54 AM on February 21, 2010 
Thanks for the great BLENDER STUFF on! Now I'm hanging around (with your book "Blender Compositing"). :roll:
There I found your nice website ...
With kind regards
Reply Ken Cameron
4:36 PM on November 14, 2009 
Hi Just wanted to say, I've almost finished your book Blender Compositing and am loving every page. I'm a new user of Blender but feel like I'm getting somewhere now. Thanks, Ken

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