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<font size="-1"><font face="Verdana">Hello Ebi,<br>
Nice to read that you want to cooperate!<br>
The idea is to have an open platform, meaning that people in the
b3d community can contribute tutorials for kids (with your name
etc.). These tutorials can be used by schools, teachers, parents
or other b3d members to educate kids, or by kids to educate
An open learning plarform.<br>
What I have noticed is that kids want to start with a story. I'm
curious to what your experiences are. <br>
Continuation is also important. <br>
Out of curiosity, have you ever tried projection painting
instead of texturing?<br>
And how do you want to contribute to this?<br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">Op 11/08/15 om 21:33 schreef eberhard
<pre wrap="">Hi monique,
I teach Blender workshops for kids( aged12 between15)as well.
first the kids learn something about differences of 3d projection( i.e. Orthographic and perspective ).
the next step is modeling some simple object like a house or a (simple car).The most problems what the kids have during the learning process is the part of UV Mapping/ Texturing in Blender, because a little bit too abstract for them.
But they like all the ways of animation.
Monique, think it is a good Idea to create an internet platform especial for kids and would cooperate with you
Ebi noack from cologne(germany)
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