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permalink:  219   posted on 21.09.2009 1:11
From johnb11theprat
Hi Yorik et all
Obviously Blender can do much more than i first thought.
For a beginner like me though, the workspace of Blender is a bit confusing .
Blender is a SPACE workspace in contrast to a sheet of paper.
In a paper workspace the SPACE is so obvious that as you draw you draw your object view with 3D Space information included.,
In Blender you cant tell what the SPACE is like until you move an object or yourself around and see what changes. For example : In perspective drawing on paper the convention advocates the use of a Horizon line and a vanishing point on it for all objects with a common orientation. This gives the artist a sense of the SPACE before he draws an object.
Cheers JohnB

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