John and Richard show you the new List widget.
I’d like to compile a list of recommended reading material for Blenderheads. There are of course many Blender specific books, but I’m also curious about anything more general: which books really helped you become a better designer, photographer, film maker, coder, game designer etc?
Please share titles below, and use the voting mechanism to add your support to the ones already on the list. Thanks!
Julien Deswaef and François Zajéga are hosting a free Blender workshop in Brussels today and will be teaching how to use Blender from the command line.
Here’s an excellent example of how I like videotutorials: compact, and focused on one simple concept. Today, Gleb Alexandrov (Spelle) takes the bisect tool and uses it to cut up a sphere into a stone.
Learn how to select loops and rings in Blender, very useful when modeling! Do you want to see more tips? Check out the Blender Tips Playlist!
Kent Trammell guides us through procedural modeling and texturing today in this new Blender Cookie tutorial.
Starting on December 3 (’3D’ecember!), Alessio Mugnani will give a 10-hour Blender workshop on Modeling.
Blenderguru.com teaches you how to create this cave scene. Take a deep breath – this one’s almost 1.5 hours long!