This series „Blender for Production“ focuses on Blender as a full Production Suite for (Indie) 3D- & VFX Productions.
I will explain how to work with the different Modules of Blender and how they are connected.
Also, I will give you an introduction to the specific functionalities, but also the production context and workflows, which can help you to use Blender in your productions.
In this tutorial we will talk about the basic principles of making hard surface models inside of Blender and how modifiers like booleans, solidify, array and mirror can help you with that. You will see the default Blender workflow and get a lot of workflow insights and tricks how to work with object visibilities, collections, and transformations. They are the basics for a procedural modeling approach for your models. Then we will see, how the free built-in Blender Bool Tools add-on can help you with this workflow to make less clicks and have a faster result.
As a Senior 3D & VFX Trainer, Helge Maus teaches 3D- & VFX Applications for 20 years. His focus lies on VFX, but he also works with many studios/ agencies from different visualization areas and clients from the games industry. He focuses on Blender, Unity, Fusion & Godot for his daily work and training. He has a strong industry background in teaching Houdini FX, Nuke, and Maya over many years.
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