Modelling a Chess Set in Blender 2.8
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- Modelling techniques including both extrusion and loop cutting
- Modelling to scale
- Modifiers; subsurf and mirroring
- Appending objects into a scene
- Basic texturising
- Basic lighting
- Rendering an image
- Blender 2.8+ downloaded and installed on your computer (workstation) ready.
- A rudimentary understanding of Blender is recommended.
Do you want a course designed to move you swiftly and easily into modelling techniques which will allow you to start building your own projects and developing your ideas by starting small? A chess set is the perfect way to meet this goal; you will learn how to model each individual piece using different techniques.
When you've finished, you'll have an image to show your friends of a chess-board telling a story of your own choosing!
Upon enrolment, you receive access to all reference photographs used in the course, completed (and some midway) assets, tutorials going through some of the basic elements of Blender, and a walk-through of a project - the chess board itself. So what are you waiting for? Join me and I'll help you get started...
- Beginner students who wish to learn more about modelling options available to them within Blender.
This is an introduction to the modifiers and upcoming lectures. It also covers the basics of geometry and topology and what the origin point is.
This is a lecture that starts covering the mirror modifier (ready for the chess tutorials later on.) Whilst this is not a step-by-step instruction video, it intends to give you a good overview of what to expect.
Starting with simple extrusions from the base to the tip, you'll be learning how to create a pawn.