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Selecting Meshes
Selecting Meshes
There are many ways to select elements, and it depends on what mode you are in as to what selection tools are available.
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Polygon by Polygon Modeling
Polygon by Polygon Modeling
Although quite demanding, many modelers savor the control poly-by-poly modeling allows.
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About Manipulators in Blender
About Manipulators in Blender
In todays tutorial we will talk about manipulators in Blender 2.4x.
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Curves In 3D
Curves In 3D
In the previous page, we learned how to create and basically manipulate Bezier curves in two dimensions, as well as extruding them into the third.
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Using Textures in Photoshop
Using Textures in Photoshop
Having said everything about Textures in Blender in the previous tutorials, many people find it still hard to grasp the concepts behind the texturing system.
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Modeling a Gingerbread Man in Blender 3S
Modeling a Gingerbread Man in Blender 3S
In this tutorial you will learn how to make a simple gingerbread man.
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Armature Object in Pose Mode
Armature Object in Pose Mode
Posemode is a very versatile place where you Animate your character, create and manage constraints and apply your rig to your character.
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Groups and Parenting in Blender
Groups and Parenting in Blender
There can be many objects in a scene: A typical stage scene consists of furniture, props, lights, and backdrops.
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Mantis in Blender: Modeling and Rigging Overview
Mantis in Blender: Modeling and Rigging Overview
This tutorial shows some tips and tricks to save a lot of time and polys when modeling insects in Blender.
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Rendering a Mantis in Blender Cycles
Rendering a Mantis in Blender Cycles
Learn how to set up complex materials in Blender Cycles plus tips and tricks on lighting and the Cycles camera.
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Creating a Custom Blender Theme
Creating a Custom Blender Theme
In this quick Blender 2.5 tip we show you how to use Blender’s theme options to customize the interface to your liking. Blender allows you to change anything from the color and outline of interface items to the shading on buttons to the window background color. After giving you a rundown of the many different options we go on to show you how to use the Theme Manager Add-on, developed by Bart Crouch, to save and load custom themes.
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Experimenting with Particles in Blender 2.5
Experimenting with Particles in Blender 2.5
Particles are lots of items emitted from mesh objects, typically in the thousands. Each particle can be a point of light or a mesh, and be joined or dynamic. They may react to many different influences and forces, and have the notion of a lifespan. Dynamic particles can represent fire, smoke, mist, and other things such as dust or magic spells. Static particles form strands and can represent hair, grass and bristles. This video tutorial will teach you how to set up a basic particles system, and go over some of the associated options.
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The Guide to Blender 2.5 Materials
The Guide to Blender 2.5 Materials
This video guide tells you all you need to know about the basic of Blender 2.5 Materials. Materials and textures are one of the most important tools in any 3D package. A superb mesh object will still look like a grey plastic toy without good textures. Yet materials and textures can be one of the most challenging aspects of the design process. Blender, like many other comprehensive 3D suites, has a vast array of tools that can help you create virtually any material either in reality or beyond. However, to the Blender beginner it can appear overwhelming. This documentation is designed to take you rapidly from no, or little knowledge, to the point where you can confidently create materials to your needs.
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Blender Tutorial Make Human
Blender Tutorial Make Human
Learn to make use of models generated in MakeHuman within Blender, including rigging and weighting.
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Introduction to Smoke/Fire Simulation in Blender 2.5 – Day 5
Introduction to Smoke/Fire Simulation in Blender 2.5 – Day 5
In the final part of his hi-res flame setup, Gottfried Hofmann, the man behind the official Blender smoke/fire documents, continues his look at smoke and fire simulation techniques within Blender 2.5 by adding in the scene camera and compositing together the final product. Prepare to be amazed at just what Blender can do for free!
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