This course includes:
FROM PRIMITIVE INTO COMPLEX SHAPE
The aim of the course is not to make you create this beautiful microphone model but to motivate you and give you the opportunity to develop your best modeling techniques
ENDLESS SHADING ISSUES
Learn a few simple ways to sort out huge shading issues
Procedural modeling gives us endless opportunities to change, correct or adjust almost any part of a model
AND MUCH MORE
COURSE CONTAINS FOUR MAIN SECTIONS
In this part we will use FREE software KRITA to prepare very basic RAW images for modeling in BLENDER. Section will also cover part how to convert any even color image to a vector so we can use it in most vector based software as BLENDER. As usual, we will use FREE software to do so - INKSCAPE.
Fully explained basic but really powerful techniques how to sort many shading problems in most situations. Your contribution will be needed too. :o)
This is the main part where we will model our beautiful microphone. As it was mentioned above this course is not to leave you at the end with the microphone model. You will be also asked to contribute by practicing or trying to think, model it your way. And at the end will be up to you how to finish, improve the microphone example.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR
Anyone who is interested in 3D and wants to learn, improve or practice most used modeling techniques in Blender.
WHAT DO YOU NEED
Completely free software BLENDER version 2.8 and above, Computer and last but not least, patience and enthusiasm. You can, but do not necessary need to download and use other free software as you can find ready images and other parts in the asset part.
I hope you enjoy the course
Who this course is for:
4 sections - 19 lectures - 08:02:05 total length
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I have been creating different kind of graphics in 2D/3D software as BLENDER, PHOTOSHOP, COREL DRAW, KRITA, INKSCAPE and others for over 10 years and become an independent creator.
I'm huge fan of free and very powerful software Blender and I'd like to share my experience to share what I've learn.
Happy "blending" to all :o)