Blender 2.79 Illustration . Easy Modeling for Beginners
- A computer with Blender installed (Free)
IMPORTANT: This course was made for an earlier version of Blender (2.79), so some commands are different from the current version (2.8). Having said that, you will still learn plenty, as most modeling techniques taught in this course are still relevant and useful.
You don't have to be a 3d modeling guru to make visually engaging Illustration!
I will show you how to create an appealing concept using ONLY simple shapes and super basic modeling.
Most people want you to believe that you need to be a super skilled modeler to create something beautiful... but truth is, you only need to be creative and experiment a lot!
As some say, it is not important to have a box with lots of crayons, but instead know how to make cool stuff with a few of them!
- People starting to use Blender that want to start illustrating on 3D
- A little Note on Keyboards...00:51
- Modeling the Head and setting up Lighting03:37
- Creating Glossy Eyes07:24
- Bottom Eyelids02:15
- Modeling the Snout06:41
- Cheeks and Eyebrows02:00
- The Ears05:06
- The Tiny Hat02:44
- The Torso01:50
- Arms and Hands08:29
- The Legs04:02
- The Honeycomb02:02
- The Body01:59
- The Eyes of the Bee03:49
- The "nose" of the Bee02:38
- The Wings03:24
- The Seat06:01
- The Leash04:48
- Warm Lighting and Final Output (Render)07:25
- See you soon!00:07
After Studying Visual Communication at Mexico's Intercontinental University, Héctor Carrasquilla specialized in Digital Photography, mixing traditional principles with the versatility and convenience of digital tools.
With over 15 years of experience creating images, he dedicates himself to his artistic endeavors. His preferred medium is photomanipulation, a new craft with unique characteristics.
He is now an art instructor at Udemy, a platform that allows people to share their knowledge through the web to people all around the world.