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Lesson 09 - Blender Scenes and Modeling

General:

All of the course material is located on this online course site or is referenced here to other online material. Although all of the instructional material is located on this course site, you must have access to a personal computer on which you can download all of the required Blender software application (free) and execute all of the required assignments. See Course Syllabus for more information.

Students:

This course is also available for downloading to your iPhone or iPad via Tufts University iTunesU. (Install the iTunesU app / Search Colleges and Universities - Tufts University / Subscribe to "3D Design - Blender"). You can also download the course to a desktop or laptop via the iTunes application.

The video tutorials are also available on my Vimeo channel (Blender Video Tutorials - Neal Hirsig)

Instructors:

If you are an instructor and would like to download the 3D Design Blender 2.6X content (Syllabus, Video Tutorials, PDF Tutorials, Projects and Exercises), send me your name, e-mail address and the name of your school or institution. I will send you a link to bulk download the material. You can edit and repurpose the material to suit your teaching needs.

Neal Hirsig
nhirsig@tufts.edu

Introduction:

Lesson #9 looks at some of the Blender Scene components and how data is stored in Blender. There is also a few tutorials of common modeling problems.

Video Tutorials:

09-01 - Multiple Cameras
09-02 - Multiple Blender Scenes
09-03 - Blender Groups
09-04 - Blender Display Speed And File Size
09-05 - Smoothing Problems
09-06 - Cutting A Hole In A Flat Surface
09-07 - Cutting A Hole Out Of A Curved Surface
09-08 - Creating An Animated GIF

09-09 - Binding Multiple Cameras To The Blender Timeline

PDF Tutorials:

tiger lily

Lesson 09 - 09A - Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily PDF Tutorial
tigerlilypetals.png
tigerlilybump.png
Tiger Lily Complete.blend
Tiger Lily.zip

Exercise:

Starting with a Plane object, model a wall with a hole in it, something like shown in this image. (Variation) - Instead of a circular hole, model an elliptical hole.

ex-9