SeaBUG (Seattle Blender User Group)
Next Seabug: November 3rd, 2:00 to 5:30 PM.
The powerful animation tool Blender has been making headlines in 3D industries for several years now. Free and open source, it stands shoulder to shoulder with commercial 3D programs and often exceeds them. The Seattle Blender User Group (or Seabug) aims to connect Blender users together for the sharing of information and ideas, as well as attract new users all around the Pacific Northwest.
Topics and guests for Next Seabug
- Location change! Seabug will be at Lake Washington Institute of Technology, room T 124.
- Joey will give us a play-by-play of this year's Blender Conference
- Beginner hour & Speed Modeling contest!
- Hair & Fur
- Music video for the True Spokes
If you have any projects you would like to show off, a tutorial you can do, or a subject you'd like explained, please contact the event admin and we'll get you taken care of. We'd love to see your stuff!
NOTE: There are tentative plans to organize a carpool from a central Seattle location (the U-District?) for those with transportation help. Post a comment if interested.
OTHER NOTE: RSVPing isn't necessary, but without your email it might be hard to keep you informed of future Seabugs. So if you'd like to be on the Seabug mailing list, contact Oscar.
OTHER OTHER NOTE: If you're a beginner, don't feel relegated to only Beginner Hour! Seeing masterful projects you don't understand is one of the catalysts that leads to 3D obsession. But the beginner section does happen first, so show up on time.
Further directions to Lake Washington Institute of Technology can be found Here: http://www.lwtech.edu/about_lwit/kirkland_campus/kirkland_campus_driving_directions.html
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
11605 132nd Avenue NE, Kirkland, WA
The Art Institute of Seattle and Prophetic Sky, Inc
The Art Institute of Seattle is an education leader for professional arts education in a variety of fields.
Prophetic Sky is a Bellevue game company which uses Blender exclusively for their 3D pipeline.