53 Amazing Blender Tutorials. Okay all you freeloaders... here are the Blender tutorials I promised!
I got you 47 amazing tuts from around the far reaches of the interwebs. So go get some coffee or a can of coke, cause you're gonna be here for a while. Model and texture a wooden barrel using multiple modifiers and projection painting with Jonathan Williamson . Learn how to create magic wand effects in this huge 3 part tutorial. This tutorial goes through the process of setting up your UVs, and then using projection painting to create the textures. Shows how to make a good three-point lighting setup in Blender. At the risk of sounding redundant....learn how to model a teddy bear:Part 1 Part 2 Learn how to model and texture a steampunk style telescope. Model a rope in Blender by replicating a segment along a path using Array and Curve modifiers. Learn to model a human head in this huge 6 part tutorial. CGSutra has 3 tutorials on Blender Basics: The Interface Working With Viewports Moving Around in 3d Space.
A basic tutorial of Blender 3D. Blender 3D Design Course. Blender 3D Design Course Note: Added new Lesson #13 - NURBS Surfaces / Meta Objects - April 27, 2013 Note: Added new Lesson #14 - Rigid Body Dynamics- June 1, 2013 Students: This course is also available for downloading to your iPhone or iPad via Tufts University iTunesU.
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Blender Tutorial: Creating a Logo. (This tutorial is also available in German and Italian) About Blender Blender is the open source software for 3D modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, interactive creation and playback.
Available for all major operating systems under the GNU Public License. You can download Blender free of charge on www.blender.org. On the Blender site you will also find a gallery with cool Blender art. Introduction Well, this time things aren’t going to be as exciting as the ride in the mines, but I’m sure I can show you all some very useful Blender techniques. This kind of stuff is actually the kind of work that pays computeranimators. The techniques that you will learn in this tutorial include: Rotoscoping (tracing a background image)Working with curves Tracing your logo Note before you begin: unfortunately as of Blender 2.37 the Background Image that is used below is broken. The most tedious part of creating a logo animation is tracing the logo. Select a file, and load your logo into Blender.