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Allie on Sun, 06 November 2011 5:12pm
Thank you very much for your time and energy spent creating and posting this tutorial. I'm the first comment but please don't think that appreciate this. Now, I know that Blender is free & the tutorials are free, but one thing I'm starting to notice about Blender tuts in particular is that they never show step by step how each effect is achieved, they just say "Here is where I made the two objects". Okay, how did you accomplish that? I mean, some screen shots of which tabs are being clicked or drop boxes would help people better understand which steps need to be taken to achieve the steps. I'm don't mean to sound ungrateful, because I "am" grateful for this tut, but I think that people who already know the steps needed to achieve what makes VALENTYN don't really need a tutorial. Especially with the different versions of Blender. It's confusing to know which tabs to push in the latest version if this is for another version. Idk. I'm new and just trying to learn. Thanks anyway. Valentyne looks great, btw!
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