About BlenderBlender is great for creating interactive 3D applications, including video games, animated films, or visual effects. Blender's features include advanced simulation tools such as rigid, realistic body, fluid, cloth and soft body dynamics, modifier-based modeling tools, powerful character animation tools, a node-based material and compositing system and Python for embedded scripting. Blender is useful for:
- UV Unwrapping
- Water &Smoke Simulations
- Particle Simulations
- Non-Linear Editing
Blender 2.5 - Interface Tutorials
Chapter 1 - Introduction A brief introduction on how to locate and download the newest version of Blender.
Chapter 2 - Menu Navigation Review the many hotkeys that make up the Blender interface and their functionalities.
Chapter 3 - Camera Navigation Learn to navigate your camera throughout 3D space in Blender.
Chapter 4 - Camera Options Learn to properly use the camera object in Blender.
Chapter 5 - User Preferences A quick lesson on the options that make up the User Preferences window.
Chapter 6 - Viewport Organization Blender has many default window layout options, in this chapter you'll learn to change your window layout and also create your own custom one.
Chapter 7 - Hierarchies Learn to control the parent child hierarchy relationship in Blender.
Chapter 8 - Transformations Learn to move, scale and rotate objects in Blender.
Chapter 9 - Modes In this chapter you'll learn about the different modes that Blender offers.
Chapter 10 - Origin Manipulation Learn several ways to manipulate the origin of an object in Blender.
Chapter 11 - Joining & Separating Mesh Objects Learn to join and separate a group of objects.
Chapter 12 - Layers Learn to control what objects are visible in the viewport using Blender's layer system.
At design3.com you can view additional Blender tutorials including: "Blender 2.5 - Modifiers", and "Blender 2.5 - Modeling Introduction". "Blender 2.5 - Texturing" and "Blender 2.5 - Lighting & Rendering" tutorials are coming soon! The design3 Training Center offers training for a variety of game development and 3D animation platforms and tools including Unity, UDK, Source, Blender, 3ds Max, Maya,Softimage, Photoshop, Substance Designer and more. New tutorial content is added to design3 weekly! For instant design3 updates: follow @design_3, "like" design3, and subscribe to the design3channel. More Information >>>Visit design3 >>>Visit the design3 Training Center >>>Visit the design3 Development Community