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3D Modeling 1: Blender 2.5

by Jason Welsh

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Description

Welcome to my new Blender series. This series is for the student that has always wanted to get into the video game field but could not afford fancy software or necessary hardware to run this software. Blender, an open source alternative, runs well even on older computers. It also has a better variety of modeling/sculpting tools available. This series is divided into 13 units and 1 final project with all the assignment information included. Any teacher could use this in their classroom as a supplement plan for “outside the box” learners. Many geometry terms and standards in the visual communication pathway for Career and Technical Education are covered in the units. The modeling techniques used in this series are universal to any 3D application. If you have never modeled or just want to learn a better way to design 3D models, this series is for you. Enjoy!

Customer Reviews

Finally! A Great Blender Series

If you have ever tried to learn Blender, been frustrated with the program and ended up quitting? Come back to Blender. This series is so well made. Just do it!

Amazing

I'm 14 and was looking to get into Blender, as anyone knows Blender can look pretty scary These tutorials helped me understand how blender works and focuses on the workflow of Blender and not just some annoying tutorials that you must follow step by step. I would recommend finding some books online to help, Mr. Welsh skips some of the main hotkeys and navigation tips. I would highly recommend downloading these, and the best part is just like Blender, they are 100% free.

Very Helpful

I learned so much and I'm not even done. There should be no complaints, it's free helpful, and easier than most. Only problem is newer versions of blender but there's nothing he can do about that where the "what's new" can't tell us about.