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3D Animation with Blender 2.80 for beginners by Thomas McDonald

by Robert Smith

What you’ll learn in this tutorial 3D Animation with Blender is Set up a character and animate their movements throughout the scene; Create a walk cycle for a character and easily apply it within the animation; Create multiple scenes within Blender and render out these scenes to a PNG file format; Navigate Blenders video editor screen layout to combine rendered scenes with sound effects to bring your animation to life; Setup and animate a camera throughout the scene; Create animation and render to Mp4 format

Requirement

Download and install the free Blender Software Program from blender.org
Download the .blend.zip file provided with this course that includes the free character model and scene setup so students can begin following the lessons.

Description

Have you ever wanted to become an animator and bring your imagination to life?

In this course, you receive a. Blend file with a free character, scene and props created in the amazing and free 3D software called Blender.

The course begins by creating a character pose. This simple pose forms the basis of the character’s actions. The characters pose allows for easy animation throughout the scene. This pose involves parenting or connecting a controller object to the character’s hand. The Character will be animated using this object later in the scene.

Next, we create a walk cycle for our character. We add a path object to the scene and animate him walking backward along with it as he carefully guides a painting rig into the scene.

We create animations and store them as actions for both the character and the controller, then use Blender’s NLA editor and combine these actions together to form the animation.

After that, we set up a camera to help capture the story of the scene and animate its movement from start to finish.

We will set up multiple 3D animation scenes within Blender and render these scenes out in PNG format. Then we will use Blenders video editing features to quickly and easily combine those scenes with sound and render out the short animation to view on a media player such as VLC.

This course uses the very powerful free and open source software suite Blender 2.8.

Blender 2.8 is an amazing program that enables your creative side while constantly challenging you to improve. By simply following this course you will be learning the basics of Blender and after completing this scene you will be capable of beginning your own animations.

The lessons are taught with practical examples and aimed at walking you through each step. Learn how to work inside this amazingly powerful 3D production suite and start designing architectural 3D models, design for 3D games, design unique 3D assets, design for 3D printed objects, or create amazing artwork.

Unleash your Creative side

Open Blender and be amazed at the possibilities. Discover a new world of creativity. Blender is free and constantly improving to deliver industry-standard tools. It has a strong online community just waiting to be discovered.

More industries than ever are starting to use Blender with more and more small production houses releasing work created using this amazing and user-focused software. This will increase greatly over

Sound easy? You’ll be surprised at the results you can achieve with a little time and effort, using this amazing and extremely powerful application that is Blender.

Who this course is for:
This course is ideal for people who wish to learn the Blender Software program.

Source: cg4vn.net

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