Frankie Zafe asked me to give him an introduction to Blender and Python. So we met at my appartment this friday and he had the great idea to bring two of his friends to this improvised workshop. We went through the basics of python and Blender in the morning, then hacked on some scripts in Blender in the afternoon with the intent of generating random meshes with the software. The picture above is the result of Frankie’s work. Go see some more here.
We’ve decided to renew this experience next (maybe every) month. But I wanted to open up invitations. So if you’d like to join us and play around with python code in the Blender environment, feel free to drop a mail or comment and I’ll send you the invitation. (Ho, we are Brussels based in case you didn’t know).
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