This is an easy step-by-step Beginners Series that was requested by some of my subscribers on Youtube.
The 1st Part I'll explain the basics of the Interface, Navigation, Selecting and Viewing!
I hope it helps someone around here, enjoy!
Ey whats up guys, in this video I used soft bodies to emulate a game of Tetris! It's a great way for people to learn about soft bodies in blender and it looks like pillows falling!
Thanks and have fun!
Hey what's up?
Here is a nice exercise for beginners and intermediates on Animation and Physics in Blender. We do a quick animation with rigid bodies and create this dices rolling. Thanks and good luck!
In this tutorial we're going to see two ways to create rocks. The first method is a fully low-poly rock style and pretty easy to do. And the second method is a cartoonish style with round corners.
Thanks for watching, hope it may help someone. :cheesygrin:
This is a series of tutorials i'm creating, about a scenario I made for a game. I'm using the scenario to explain some basic and intermediate concepts and techniques about the settings of a lowpoly scenario.
Hope you enjoy, thanks!
Hello for the first time i bring to this session a series of videos I'm making of a scenario called Lost In The Sea. It's for a video game we creating in the company I work.
And this Octopus is the first one of the series. Soon there will be videos from, setting the world and materials to look...
I'm new around here, and I'm willing to help anyone who needs beginner, intermediate and advanced tips and tricks.
To get started I'm gonna leave a series of tutorials for beginners who want to get started and know every tool, or at least know the tip of the iceberg! :wink...