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3D View Options
3D View Options
The 3D View is where you perform most of the object modeling and scene creation. Blender has a wide
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Mesh Primitives
Mesh Primitives
A common object type used in a 3D scene is a Mesh. Blender comes with a number of â¬Sprimitiveâ¬ý m
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The Outliner Window
The Outliner Window
The Outliner Window is used for easily navigating a complex scene. There are two views, the Outline
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Adding Lamps
Adding Lamps
You can quickly add several different types of lights to your blender scene. And we will show you how.
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Navigation in 3D
Navigation in 3D
To move around in your scene you have to be able to pan (move your viewpoint left/right/up/down), Learn how in this Blender 3D tutorial.
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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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Quick : How to make Growing Plant Effect in Blender
Quick : How to make Growing Plant Effect in Blender
In this quick tutorial, Learn how to create growing plant effect in blender. and Also tip to make an impressive intro scene.
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Creating Hoar Frost in Cycles
Creating Hoar Frost in Cycles
Set up an icy winter scene using arbaro and Blender. In Blender, the new Cycels renderer and the compositor are utilized.
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Introduction to Lighting in Luxrender
Introduction to Lighting in Luxrender
Frederik Steinmetz shows all possible problems that might occur when you first try to light a Blender scene in Luxrender.
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Simulating & Rendering Squishy Ball
Simulating & Rendering Squishy Ball
In this tutorial, we will be looking at 1. how to Setup Cloth Parameters for a squishy Ball 2. Texturing / Shading using Nodes Editor 3. Rendering the scene with Blenders new CYCLES path tracer render engine. 4. Tips for doing Multiple Objects collision
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design3 - Blender 2.5 Interface
design3 - Blender 2.5 Interface
This beginner training module will teach you the basics of 3D content creation in Blender 2.5. You’ll start by learning this powerful program’s interface, how to navigate around your scenes, and organize your content. This is the first module in Blender 2.5 Content Creation Fundamentals. More design3 Blender tutorials here: http://www.design3.com/blender
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Rendering Nuts and Bolts in Blender 2.59 with Cycles
Rendering Nuts and Bolts in Blender 2.59 with Cycles
In this tutorial, we will be looking at 1. how to assign materials using Node Editor 2. Adding light shader to Objects 3. Render the scene with Blenders new CYCLES path tracer render engine. 4. Adding Depth of Field
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Water Displacement With Blender And AE – Day 2
Water Displacement With Blender And AE – Day 2
Today author Frederik Steinmetz is back with the second day of his water displacement tutorial. In day 2, Frederik will continue working towards the completion of the underwater scene by finalizing the textures and materials in Blender.
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Water Displacement With Blender And AE – Day 1
Water Displacement With Blender And AE – Day 1
In this brand-new, 3 part tutorial series. Author Frederik Steinmetz will guide us through the process of creating an underwater scene using Blender and After Effects.
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Rendering a Liquid-filled Glass in LuxRender
Rendering a Liquid-filled Glass in LuxRender
In this Blender 2.5 video tutorial I show you how to properly model and setup a liquid-filled glass for rendering in LuxRender. This includes how to model the glass and liquid for realistic reflections, how to create the materials and how to setup a basic scene for rendering.
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