If there was such a version.
maybe a beta, but i have no idea???
It was actually created before computers were invented. It was a box that came with tinker toys, crayons, and tape.
any screenshots? lol
Yeah it was running just behind Maya, dam them for inventing permanent markers before Blender!
Lets just say blender has come a long way since then.
something made for neo geo i think…
Here’s a screenshot of 1.6. Very interesting.
Of course, it’s a trail version, cause this was before the open sourcing, but still interesting.
It wasn’t exactly a “trial” version. It was a free version which had fewer features than the non-free version. You could buy the C-Key, which would unlock "C"omplete functionality. I don’t remember which features it unlocked, though. This was long before there was a raytracer or anything like that.
Later on, at the end of Blender’s commercial era, the unlockable feature was the game engine runtime exporter. You could do anything you wanted to–but you couldn’t make a game stand alone unless you ponied up the dollars.
These statements may not be 100% accurate. This is just how I remember it, because I was there. Proudly Blendering for ten years.
The basics of the layout of at leat the render tab looked pretty much alike the ones of today… O.o
was the gui already splittable ?
I’m not sure exactly what you’re asking. You could split up the panels to make more panels, but you couldn’t move the buttons around.
Back in the days a magazine had a cd with blender in it. This was around about a decade ago and the magazine had instructions on how to do a facial mesh . . . of the chick in the first stars wars movie. Not the star wars one with Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and & Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) but the one that is supposed to go before. Sadly the magazine was beyond my price range . … and I never bought it to hoard it or something.