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| Think of it what you will, but Blender is a useful (not to mention free) tool for creating models, backdrops and sprites etc.|
There are alot of video tutorials out there but they can be hard to find and vary in quality. I thought I'd post links to tutorials I've found useful...
http://blenderunderground.com/video-tutorials/ - Well structured tutorials that cover the basics. Can't recommend these enough (just ignore the cringe worthy intros and outros).
http://blendernewbies.blogspot.com/ - A strange mix of subjects, but they're generally well covered.
[/u][/b] - Lots of useful stuff here. Many of these use older versions of blender so, to avoid confusion, they're probably best left until you're familiar with Blender's interface.
http://www.ibiblio.org/bvidtute/ - Most of these are pretty old so again, view these after you've become more familiar with Blender. Some useful stuff here, despite their age.
http://www.blenderart.org/ - No videos but there are lots of useful tutorials and .blend files to play with.
Feel free to add any useful articles/tutorials you've found on your travels.
| thanks, |
I tried some tutorials on the main page but the interfaced has changed since 2.3 to 2.4 so I couldnt complete them.
The interface is set to change again at 2.5,
any idea when its going to be released?
| Haven't got a clue, my best guess would be...No time soon. ;o)|
Have a look here for more information on the current state of 2.5.
I do know that a release date for 2.46 will be set at the end of March('ish). Ha..What do I know, eh? ;o)[/edit]
| Thanks for posting these -- Blender doesn't seem that crazy once you've got a few good vids to refer to. The http://www.montagestudio.org ones that Mortiis linked in the other thread are useful too, the low-poly figure one is probably going to be of particular interest. |
| Follow-along written tutorials: Noob to Pro. |
| a lot of tutorials there thanks |
| cheers, will look at these l8er |
Wonderful tutorials for humanoid modelling, both high and low
poly. I learned blender from here myself.
| If you want something more structured, this seems pretty good...|
http://www.gryllus.net/Blender/3D.html <<< Now updated for Blender
...and maybe this? (a tutorial book rather than videos)...
| Anyone know of a indoor level tutorial in blender, I have limited Internet on this work computer, so could not access all the above tuts, so if I have missed anything, my appols. |
| Sweet these will help. |
| Lots of good quality Blender 2.5 related video tuts here...|
There's even a complete* Blender 2.5 training series if you fancy shelling out a few bob.
If you fancy trying Blender 2.5, I recommend you download a recent build form here as *loads* of fixes and features have been commited since the
| A nice overview of Blender 2.49 here...|
Thanks to ardee for pointing this one out. :o)
| Thanks for the links everyone, I`ll be sure to take a look.|
Other website with video tutorials for Blender 2.50 ...
| Thought I'd bump this as 3D Buzz are now offering some very nice Blender 2.5 'fundamentals' training videos for free.|
| Another two drops of the 'Fundamentals' series are now available...|
Drop 4 URL Tiny'rised to make it clickable. Original URL - http://www.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/showthread.php?190522-Blender-Fundamentals-Drop-4-is-now-ready-for-download!-Sept-9-2011