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Blender 3D: Crash Course for Beginners

Oliver Villar, Founder and Instructor at blendtuts.com

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9 Videos (2h 13m)
    • Introduction

      1:50
    • Interface

      27:47
    • User Preferences

      7:49
    • Navigation

      6:53
    • Creating Objects

      12:06
    • Selections and Transforms

      23:44
    • Modeling

      18:35
    • Materials, Lights, and Rendering

      22:29
    • Compositing

      11:20

About This Class

Blender is a free 3D software. In this course, we'll cover the basics of Blender so you can understand the interface so you can create your first scene, including modeling, rendering, and compositing - in just a couple of hours!

This class is great for beginners and anyone that wants to learn more about Blender 3D!

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This is an excellent crash course for beginners to Blender, with a ton of great information delivered very quickly, but in an easily understandable way. By the time you finish you will have enough of a skillset to be able to create simple objects, and you'll know what you want to learn more about in the future. It's worth noting, however, that this course is strictly about modeling objects and rendering still images - this is not an animation course. That being said, any newcomer to 3D modeling in Blender would do well to start right here.
Great 2 hours spent on this tutorial series! Oliver's method of introducing elements and adding upon them is really nicely done!
Gave a very detailed description on the shortcuts and tools used to become familiar with Blender and does it in a short time frame.

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Oliver Villar

Founder and Instructor at blendtuts.com

MY STORY

I was born in Galicia, Spain, in 1987, so I'm 28 years old. I've liked drawing since I can remember, and when 3D videogames started thriving I was very interested into that subject, it looked to me like the natural evolution for my drawings!! In 2005 I had my first contact with 3D software, more specifically with 3Ds Max. For years, while I studied traditional animation I played with visual effects, a field that I love, and eventually had to learn XSI and Maya for different pr...

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