D. Roland Hess has written five technical/arts books, one of which won the American Publishers Association PROSE Award for Best Book in Art Technique in 2011. "Lincoln, Fox and the Bad Dog" marks his return to genre fiction after a long hiatus. He honed his craft in the Creative Writing program at UPenn, but gave up the potential glory of starving-artistdom for a career in production art and software development. He currently works as the "Head of Alchemy" at Google, Inc.
More than just a tutorial guide, "Blender Foundations" covers the philosophy behind this ingenious software that so many 3D artists are turning to today. Start working today with Blender with the accompanying web site which includes all of the projects and support files alongside videos, step-by-step screenshots of the trickier tutorials, as well as a direct links to official resources like the Blender download site and artist forums.