Rigging practices for Blender and Three.js

Step by step rigging practices for Blender and Three.js
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Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (28 ratings)
4,605 students
1hr 18min of on-demand video

Basic modeling in Blender
Basic rigging in Blender
Displaying 3D models in a web page with Three JS
Read and use armatures with Tree JS and Javascript


  • No experience needed


Hello and welcome.

If you are a web developer who is interested in using 3D models for a website or if you are a 3D model designer and want to know how to prepare a basic scenario so that it can be exported and used in other applications, this course may be for you.

This course is oriented to put into practice the knowledge of rigging armatures in blender and use them with three.js through exercises.

In this course, you will learn:

  • How to do basic modeling in Blender.

  • How to do basic rigging in Blender.

  • Export the scene we created in blender to be used in different applications.

  • Create a basic html page to display our work in Blender.

  • Using Three.js to display a 3D scene

  • Load in the html page our model using Three.js

  • How to read and use the armature and bones with Javascript

  • How to prepare Visual Studio Code to work with our Three.js project

  • Using Webpack to export the project

  • View the project on a local server

In addition, you will find these lessons attractive because they can serve as a basis to start creating a web page that can be used as a portfolio to display 3D figures that you have previously created.

Also for developers, these lessons can be attractive to learn how to use elements within a 3D model and modify them using JavaScript.

I hope you enjoy the videos and can use what you learn for your personal projects.

Have fun

Who this course is for:

  • Software developers
  • 3D model designers


Software developer
Oscar Villarreal
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 212 Reviews
  • 17,720 Students
  • 15 Courses

Hello, my name is Oscar Villarreal.

I'm a software developer with over 10 years of experience working mostly with web technologies like html,css and javascript in the front end.

I like open source technologies and most of the projects that i used to participate tended to look for that kind technology to reduce the cost and to allow further customization.

So, i would like to share  a little of what i know about open source solutions.

Hope you find something useful here.

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