[Bf-education] List of Tutorial websites

Anthony Bailey ABailey at lbc.school.nz
Tue Nov 19 20:42:29 CET 2013

Hi Everyone

Great to see the use of Blender throughout the world in education.

I am a secondary school teacher in New Zealand.

I have been using Blender in my school for the last 3 years. It is so well received by the students and fellow teachers. I even saw a biology student using Blender to design white blood cells and a heart =)


Tony Bailey
Long Bay College
New Zealand

Tony Bailey
DIT Teacher

Dept. Digital Technologies 

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-----Original Message-----
From: bf-education-bounces at blender.org [mailto:bf-education-bounces at blender.org] On Behalf Of Nick Van den Broeck
Sent: Wednesday, 20 November 2013 1:29 a.m.
To: bf-education at blender.org
Subject: [Bf-education] List of Tutorial websites

Hello everyone,

My name is Nick Van den Broeck and this is the first time I contribute to this list, so I hope I'm doing it correctely.

Somewhere next year I will be launching a new website called Blender Education (www.blendereducation.com). More information on the content and purpose of this website will come in due time. But in this context I was compiling a list of all websites containing Blender tutorials (either text or video or ...). Thus far I have:

·         http://www.blendercookie.com (English)
·         http://www.blenderguru.com (English)
·         http://www.blenderdiplom.com (English)
·         http://www.blendernerd.com (English)
·         http://www.blenderdesh.com (Bengal)
·         http://blenderclan.tuxfamily.org (French)
·         http://www.blenderschool.org (English) & 
http://www.blenderschool.it/ (Italian)
·         http://www.blendercoach.fr (French)
·         http://blendermesh.dasya.com/ (English)
·         http://bensimonds.com/tutorials/ (English)
·         http://www.blenderweb.com.br/ (Portuguese)
·         http://gryllus.net/Blender/3D.html (English)
·         http://www.geblendert.de/ (Deutch)
·         http://blenderhd.wordpress.com/ (English)
·         http://www.blendergeek.co.za/ (English)
·         http://blendernewbies.blogspot.be/ (English)
·         http://www.blenderTutor.com  (English)
·         http://www.cgmasters.net/  (English)
·         http://www.blenderpedia.com/ (English)
·         http://www.littlewebhut.com/blender/ (English)
·         http://cg.tutsplus.com/category/tutorials/blender/ (English)
·         http://www.katsbits.com/tutorials/ (English)
·         http://blendersushi.blogspot.be (English - focused on OSL)
·         https://sites.google.com/site/tutblenderbr/home (Portuguese)

Most of these are English websites, but I'm betting many more exist and in different languages.

My question is if anyone knows more websites containing Blender tutorials. 
If so, please send them to me, either by using thes mailinglist, or directly to info at blendereducation.com It is my intention to publish and maintane this list on my website. Once I it is online, I will send another mail here reporting the link.

Thanks in Advance for any responses,
best regards

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