"Greetings ladies and gentlemen!
Here is our first batch of videos for the Blender Fundamentals set, in which we explore Blender 2.5! Throughout the first few of these drops, we're going to be focusing on the Blender interface, which got a massive facelift for the 2.5 version.
As we progress, you'll hear me make a lot of references to other 3D packages that I know, so if you're a Maya or 3ds Max person, this should hopefully make your transition a bit easier.
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Blender Fundamentals - Drop 1
• 1 - Introduction
• 2 - UI at a Glance
• 3 - Saving
• 4 - Default 3D View Navigation
• 5 - Custom 3D View Navigation
• 6 - Persective vs. Orthographic
• 7 - Numpad Navigation
• 8 - Toolbox
• 9 - Properties Panel
• 10 - Info Window
• 11 - Outliner
..." [GD: Click through for the download links]
Here's a snap from the "1 - Introduction" video (MP4);
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