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Blender 3D Design Course

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. (Install the iTunesU app / Search Colleges and Universities - Tufts University / Subscribe to "3D Design - Blender"). You can also download the course to a desktop or laptop via the iTunes application. The video tutorials are also available on my Vimeo channel (Blender Video Tutorials - Neal Hirsig) Instructors: If you are an instructor and would like to download the 3D Design Blender 2.6X content (Syllabus, Video Tutorials, PDF Tutorials, Projects and Exercises), send me your name, e-mail address and the name of your school or institution. Neal Hirsig nhirsig@tufts.edu Syllabus Blender Cheatsheet All Video Tutorials All PDF Tutorials Links Copyright Notice Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA

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Blender Sushi: anstudy After a while, I realized that Procedural Animation is really different from Manual Animation. Both creates movements and beautiful visual that can entertain many, but the thinking is different. This is probably obvious for long time animators that got exposed to both. Blender Low poly style illustrations are a hot trend these days and we see them everywhere – books, animations, music videos, apps, etc. and today you'll learn how to create one in Blender. This tutorial will focus more on how to achieve the style, rather than learning illustration theory or modeling anything in particular. We will create one example illustration and learn the steps to achieve the desired result. Low poly style illustrations are a hot trend these days and we see them everywhere – books, animations, music videos, apps, etc. and today you'll learn how to create one in Blender. This tutorial will focus more on how to achieve the style, rather than learning illustration theory or modeling anything in particular.

Blur your Traces in Blender Gernan Version The last time I have explained how to hide compression artifacts using the Bilateral Blur. But there are many other situations which lead to nodes destroying your picture. 23 simple, useful blender tutorials you may have missed Over the past few weeks, my inbox has been growing with requests for specific blender tutorials. I’ve met a lot of these requests, but unfortunately I can’t complete them all. So if I haven’t made the tutorial you requested, my apologies. The good news however is that a lot of the tutorials that have been requested have already been made by other members of the community. I’ve compiled this list of the most useful blender tutorials that I know of.

How to make a car wheel This tutorial was created with Blender 2.49, however it will still work in 2.6+ Ever since 3d software was created, artists have hated the car wheel. The intricate detail combined with the circular shape make it one of the most difficult shapes to master. Blender 3D: Noob to Pro You are strongly encouraged (read as begged) to contribute to this book! There are many things you can do to help: edit existing modules (to correct errors, improve the writing, or make additions)add new modules (tutorials or reference material)upload new images (screen shots or sample renders)join the team responsible for this WikiBook Fighting Compression in Blender German version Especially while working with selective color correction, you may quickly strech the heavily compressed material to it's limits. So, because of the low bit-depth and bitrates you will encounter annoying compression Blocks, primarily in the color components. Yet, Blender's compositor provides a little workaround to save the trouble: The Bilateral Blur Node. Though that name sounds quite complicated, the way it works is rather simple. It blurs the picture while trying to preserve important details.

Free Download (v0.9 Beta) Download, install and run NI mate (please read the documentation if you have previously used a your sensor device, for example the Microsoft Kinect, with your PC) and attach your device via USB. Before you can start using NI mate, you will need to either purchase a commercial license or register your Kinect for a free trial license. You can do this best from within the program upon first launch by clicking either "Get free trial licence", "Purchase a single licence" or "Purchase a multi-licence". 44 Bangin' Blender Tutorials It's tutorial roundup time again here at CGtuts+, and you Blender freaks are going to be amped on the load of tutorials I have for you this time around! This tutorial uses ZBrush and Maya, as well as Blender, to teach you about the sub scattering of particles onto surfaces like skin. Watch how Oskar Swierad and Kamil Makowski created and unwrapped this model in Blender, and then brought it into ZBrush for the detailing and rendering. Jason Welsh's series "Get Into Blender" starts with this easy little introduction to the program.

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