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Hi and welcome to this new 3D Tudor Udemy course, ‘Blender 2.8 A Beginners Complete Sci-Fi Scene 3D Modelling & Animation Guide’.
With this course, I decided to move to pastures anew and explore an art
style that I am not as familiar with. Having mainly focused on the
medieval genre in previous courses I decided that, this time, I would
take my students on a journey into the world of the sci-fi genre. This
way, we are learning together, and trial and error will help your
workflow as you will be presented with solutions to common problems.
This is one of my most exciting Udemy courses to date. Like my other Udemy course, ‘Blender
2.8 Model Texture Animate & Simulate Complete Guide’, I will be
taking you on an extensive 3D modelling journey involving modelling,
texturing, freebies, animation, lighting and rendering a sci-fi scene.
The focus of this Udemy course is to show you how to make realistic
models, to a real-world scale. Enroll in this Blender 2.8 course and
experience over 20 hours of content, full of learning opportunities to
take your 3D modeling, animation and simulations skills to the next
level. By completing this course, you will walk away with a
comprehensive view of how to model from the ground up, with a super-fast
industry-standard workflow. All this exclusively in Blender 2.8.
Using everything I learned from previous courses, mainly from all your
helpful feedback, I was able to make a course that really has the
wow-factor; something you will be proud of accomplishing.
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From the introduction video he sounds like he recorded it while sitting on the toilet
Python518/02/2020 14:59

From the introduction video he sounds like he recorded it while sitting on …From the introduction video he sounds like he recorded it while sitting on the toilet


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Oh nice! I've seen what Blender can do but it's a bit overwhelming figuring it all out yourself.
Not sure if I want to watch 18 hours of video but signed up anyway.

Anyone had a play around with Blender? I'm interested in Augmented Reality.
Dan_D18/02/2020 16:12

Oh nice! I've seen what Blender can do but it's a bit overwhelming …Oh nice! I've seen what Blender can do but it's a bit overwhelming figuring it all out yourself.



What can it do
GlentoranMark18/02/2020 18:58

Not sure if I want to watch 18 hours of video but signed up anyway.Anyone …Not sure if I want to watch 18 hours of video but signed up anyway.Anyone had a play around with Blender? I'm interested in Augmented Reality.What can it do


blender is great especially to first time users. I used maya for so long its hard to unlearn it lol
but seeing as i can no longer use a student version of maya i am having to now use blender.
As for augmented reality I havent touched that in blender tbh.
You can 3d model (obvs), animate and add sounds to match, sculpt and tonnes more you probably will never touch.....like ever lol
GlentoranMark18/02/2020 18:58

Not sure if I want to watch 18 hours of video but signed up anyway.Anyone …Not sure if I want to watch 18 hours of video but signed up anyway.Anyone had a play around with Blender? I'm interested in Augmented Reality.What can it do


It is an extremely powerful open-source 3D creation toolkit. Couple it with a game engine like Godot, Unity or Unreal Engine 4 and it would be a perfect fit for AR.

Can be used for creating; animated films, visual effects, art, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, and computer games. The nearest possible comparison would be 3DS Max and Maya.
JerryJacksonsGhost18/02/2020 20:15

It is an extremely powerful open-source 3D creation toolkit. Couple it …It is an extremely powerful open-source 3D creation toolkit. Couple it with a game engine like Godot, Unity or Unreal Engine 4 and it would be a perfect fit for AR.Can be used for creating; animated films, visual effects, art, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, and computer games. The nearest possible comparison would be 3DS Max and Maya.



I'm messing around with Arcore on Android which is Google's AR and am using poly.google.com models. Instead of using models that someone else has created I'd like to make my own. I don't want to spend 18 hours taking this course and find out I'm a bit crap at designing my models

I'd heard of Blender before this deal as I've a 3D printer but didn't realise it could make complicated animated models. This post has definitely whetted my appetite to learn more.
GlentoranMark18/02/2020 20:34

I'm messing around with Arcore on Android which is Google's AR and am …I'm messing around with Arcore on Android which is Google's AR and am using poly.google.com models. Instead of using models that someone else has created I'd like to make my own. I don't want to spend 18 hours taking this course and find out I'm a bit crap at designing my models I'd heard of Blender before this deal as I've a 3D printer but didn't realise it could make complicated animated models. This post has definitely whetted my appetite to learn more.


i will always recommend tutorials tbh mate, even if its not something you dont want to learn it will teach you the tools and how to approach certain projects. Blender tutorials are harder to find than maya/3ds max.
like jerry said, use blender for your modelling, use something like krita (free photoshop essentially) and unity 3d to put them into you could do a AR or even a game if you like for free.
atticusrob18/02/2020 20:44

i will always recommend tutorials tbh mate, even if its not something you …i will always recommend tutorials tbh mate, even if its not something you dont want to learn it will teach you the tools and how to approach certain projects. Blender tutorials are harder to find than maya/3ds max. like jerry said, use blender for your modelling, use something like krita (free photoshop essentially) and unity 3d to put them into you could do a AR or even a game if you like for free.



I get ya but I find with courses, a lot of the stuff I may never need. I like to learn "just in time" and learn just enough so I can move to solve my next problem. I know it's not fully delving into the subject but I've wasted time in the past learning things I haven't needed. I've found a few tutorial's on Youtube were I can get my basics. If I feel the need to delve deeper I'll maybe take the course.

I've a few app ideas with image recognition/ machine learning and augmented reality. I think I could create a simple Pokemon Go type game using Arcore and Android Studio, be great if I could create my own models for it on Blender.

I wouldn't have thought about Blender without this post.
Excellent find. I used to use 3D Studio years ago but recently installed Blender and found it daunting to say the least, so this looks like it'll be a good grounding in the basics I'd need.
Can u do basic architect design with blender or you need auto cad similar?
There seems a decent community on Reddit with plenty of examples and a place to ask questions: reddit.com/r/b…er/

That Youtube link I gave seems to be the goto place to learn. It's around 6 hours in total but fast paced and easy to understand. I like it. It even has it's own BlenderDonuts Subreddit.
Edited by: "GlentoranMark" 19th Feb
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Thanks for this i normally miss all the blender udemy promos and got this one yesterday appreciated.
m85119/02/2020 17:27

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Did you copy in the voucher code? It came up with a non-free price when I went to enroll, then I realised the site hadn't automatically applied the code.
Why is this expired? It still works.
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