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Snap to Mesh
Snap to Mesh
Used in conjunction with Grab, Extrusion, Scale or Rotation modes, this tools allows you to snap objects (in Object mode) or vertices/edges/faces (in Edit mode) to mesh.
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Adding or Extruding Surfaces
Adding or Extruding Surfaces
Once the tool is activated the extrusion happens immediately and you are placed into Grab mode, rea
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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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Basic Mesh Tools for Blender
Basic Mesh Tools for Blender
In this section we will describe some of the most common Mesh editing tools: Extrude, Spin, Spin Dup, Screw, Warp and To Sphere.
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Modeling a Simple Person in Blender 3D
Modeling a Simple Person in Blender 3D
Now, we will create a simple character, learning about selection and extrusion along the way.
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Mesh Structures
Mesh Structures
In basic meshes, everything is built from three basic structures: Vertices, Edges and Faces (weâ¬re
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Blender tutorial Modeling Car
Blender tutorial Modeling Car
A tutorial on modeling car pannels in blender so that you can model each pannel and construct a full car.
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Constructing a Scene in Blender 2.5
Constructing a Scene in Blender 2.5
The purpose of this video tutorial is to provide a quick path with a very shallow learning curve for users of Blender to gather the basic essentials of creating a structured scene. We will be using UV Spheres and a simple plain, to construct a well balanced and colorful scene. This tutorial should get you used to correctly using materials, and well as proper camera placement.
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Construct a ‘Microcosm’ Using Blender 2.5 – Render & Comp
Construct a ‘Microcosm’ Using Blender 2.5 – Render & Comp
In the forth and final part of his brand-new, advanced Blender 2.5 tutorial, Frederik Steinmetz continues to walk us through how he created his ‘Microcosm’ scene! After modeling the scene in part 1, dealing with the particle and hair simulations in part two and texturing and lighting the scene in part three, today it’s all about finalising the scene, rendering and putting together the final composite!
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Construct a ‘Microcosm’ Using Blender 2.5 – Lighting & Texturing
Construct a ‘Microcosm’ Using Blender 2.5 – Lighting & Texturing
In the third part of his brand-new, advanced Blender 2.5 tutorial, Frederik Steinmetz continues to walk us through how he created his ‘Microcosm’ scene! After modeling the scene in part 1, and dealing with the particle and hair simulations in part two, today’s part starts looking at how to texture and light the scene! Let’s get started!
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Blender Game Tutorial
Blender Game Tutorial
The Blender 3D and Blender 3D game engine tutorials were created as a series of step by step instructions and help you create computer games.
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Modeling a Human Head Part 3 (Nose)
Modeling a Human Head Part 3 (Nose)
A video tutorial covering modeling a human Nose in Blender. Showing you the proper edge loops and structure to block in for a human head model.
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 Blender: Modeling a Human Head Part 1
Blender: Modeling a Human Head Part 1
A video tutorial covering the modeling of the human head. Part 01 main structure.
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Brushed Metal in Blender
Brushed Metal in Blender
One of 3dnoob.com's tutorials on how to make a brushed metal material. Tutorial includes many screenshots, step-by-step instructions and the .blend file.
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