Blender gives you perfect a professional 3D-tool free three-dimensional content do still a little hard on the net. When the first three-dimensional worlds appeared with VRML over a decade ago, the bandwidth of most users was still too low, for what was possible with this description language. Also the hype around second life is long abklungen. Still, 3D is still a subject that is on the rise. There is no fault, if it deals a little so as network sheep fender and remains up to date. Not least also because you can create very nice pictures with 3D-Modellierprogrammen if it is not a gifted graphic artist or painter: You modeled just the individual parts of a scene or loads appropriate free objects from the network. In the program, then arranged it to the desired scene, renders it and gets a two-dimensional image that you can use like any other image as JPG or PNG also the problem with this is that many 3D cost not just a little. There are also free alternatives.
One of them is Blender, one 3D software that is being developed as an open source project and can be downloaded by anyone for free. As it corresponds to the nature of open-source projects, you can work with of course even in the development if one does want to and can be programmed. Blender is to use something unusual at the beginning, because the user interface not adheres to the conditions of the Windows. The reason is that Blender not only is available, but for example also for Linux and the Mac. In addition, the tools are somewhat unusual circumstances. However, there is on the net lots of tutorials for Blender, soagr a whole lot in the German language. So one quickly finds out how one must deal with the tools and finally also concludes that what appeared at first unfamiliar and unwieldy, is very well thought out. Who would like to experiment with 3D worlds so, should check out the website of blender.
There you can download not only the program, but is also links to projects that have been realized with Blender. Especially the delicious film Big Buck Bunny you should take a look at and to impress, what is feasible with this free tool. You can admire some easier work with Blender on Fokkos fantasy blog, at the same time documenting what already is possible after a relatively short training time with Blender. Volker Wollny