Blender 3d basics: an intuitive approach

Get started in the 3D world with Blender
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (30 ratings)
7,218 students
Blender 3d basics: an intuitive approach
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (30 ratings)
7,217 students
You will become pretty comfortable with Blender. You will also be able to follow up other advanced tutorials with much more ease.

Requirements

  • One should be able to install Blender 2.7x on his own. Also, the recordings have been shot on a PC so if you are a MAC or linux user, you need to adjust the keys accordingly (eg- command instead of control).

Description

This is the age of information. There are a lot of videos online about learning the basics of Blender. But I discovered over the years that most of them preach about tips and tricks to make a very specific object or item. 3D modelling is a trial and error process. One should be aware of not just how to operate the software but also about how to approach an unknown situation. This is what I mean when I say "intuitiveness". One must experience different kind of challenges in order to develop that intuitiveness.

I used to learn about 3D modelling from books and though it took a long time to learn from them, I learnt that in the long term it was better than do it quickly videos. The differences was the richness of the content in books. Now in this course, I have tried to develop not just your 3D skills but also your ability to develop approaches for different kind of scenarios, which makes it a lot richer than the traditional set of how to videos.

In this course,  we will go through

- Basic functions in Blender and the user interface

-The process of blocking everything with basic shapes.

-Then we will model different kind of meshes in edit mode.

- Then we will learn how to make different kind of materials and compare them with one another

- We will also learn how to map and mask different textures into one another

- We will learn the basics of using modifiers

-Then there is the final project in which all the skills learnt will be tested

- And ultimately there is the Ultimate beginners challenge that requires a lot of creative thinking to solve


So if you pass the ultimate challenge by yourself, you are already pretty good at this and you should continue in the field.

Nonetheless I hope you enjoy this course. I will keep uploading new videos as and when required.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who is interested can take this course.

Course content

4 sections • 17 lectures • 2h 15m total length
  • Add and Delete Stuff
    03:03
  • The Big 3 - grab, rotate and scale...
    02:44
  • Hal The Snowman
    13:37

Instructor

Shaishav Vashi
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I am a 3D artist who works in Blender. Over the years I have worked both as a freelancer and as an employee for many companies and was involved in projects at a professional level. I believe my experiences can help students learn better. Currently I am working on the destruction physics of buildings to be made for a storm simulation game.