Guide: First Steps with Blender
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by utku demir
6 hours ago

for the god sake do it for 3ds max and take my money yoo

We're using Unity (Quarter Circle Games). I'm happy to give an interview and some of my lighting/PP techniques. You can view out game here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/907500/The_Peterson_Case/

by ZHENG ZENG
12 hours ago

NICE!!!

Guide: First Steps with Blender
2 November, 2017
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Are you new to Blender? Here’s a guide from CG Cookie that can help you get started. This free course will walk you through your first steps with Blender, helping you conquer the initial learning curve. The course is designed  for beginners with no 3D experience.

Art by Jonathan Williamson 

I will help you start moving in 3D, showing you how to navigate Blender’s 3D viewport and how to add, remove, and manipulate objects. Additionally I’ll introduce you to Blender interface, helping you overcome it’s quirks and use them to your advantage. Next steps? If these Blender Basics have piqued your interest then the next step is to learn modeling. Lucky for you we have a complete course designed just to get you started with the Fundamentals of Mesh Modeling in Blender. The mesh modeling fundamentals is a part of our membership, which is built specifically for aspiring Blender artists like yourself, enabling you to ramp up your skills quick through clear, concise, and structured learning. If you’re using Blender with anything but a 3-button mouse, then read this page to learn how to Emulate a 3-button Mouse.

Jonathan Williamson 

You can find the full course here

Source: cgcookie.com
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Yeah no, don’t watch this if you want to learn to model for games. This instructor focuses on art for offline rendering so if you follow him your head will be filled with fallacies such as “triangles are bad, use quad only”. Avoid like the plague.