“Blender Beginner Tips” Series

This is my quick series of beginner tips. These were things that I found difficult and/or useful when I was first starting out with Blender and I wanted to pass them on to others.

Beginner Tips 1 – the differences between the origin and 3d cursor and how these two things can be useful
Beginner Tips 2 – different methods of selecting things in Blender and how to add reference images
Beginner Tips 3 – explanation of the mirror, array, and curve modifiers and how to use them in modeling

I hope you enjoy these videos!

Blender Beginner Tips 1 – Cursor and Origin from david on Vimeo.

Blender Beginner Tips 2 – Selecting Methods and Reference Images from david on Vimeo.

Blender Beginner Tips 3 – Mirror, Array, and Curve Modifiers from david on Vimeo.

One Response to “Blender Beginner Tips” Series

  1. Valeriy says:

    These tutorials are really great. I like them very much because the author teaches at “a right speed”. I’m sure that many people who are learning Blender speak other languages than English. I’m such a person. I’m Russian. It’s absolutely possible to understand everything what is shown and told even if you have an intermediate level of English.
    Thanks a lot and, please, keep doing further.

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