What It Took To Adapt Roald Dahl’s Book

Dear Mammoth Interactive students,

We want to share this awesome article From Book To Animation: What It Took To Adapt Roald Dahl’s ‘Revolting Rhymes’​ ​by Ian Failes​.

Most notable is “Blender was used for modelling along with ZBrush and Mudbox for the sculpting and texturing. The chipped-off paint textures on the stage sets were done in Photoshop.”

How exciting! We hope this inspires you to explore more of Blender’s capabilitiesEven if you’re a programmer, learning design will always make your product that much better.

​PS. If we helped you learn Blender, please share your creations with us, post a review, or invite your friends to join you in a Blender course​!

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Alexandra Kropova
Alexandra Kropova
Writer of blog posts and books at Mammoth Interactive. Can also be found posting to Mammoth Interactive's social media.

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