Here’s a bit of an experiment – I can’t really make up my mind about this tutorial. The first time I watched it, I really disliked the robot voice, but now I rather appreciate the high-speed format of this video by OneMinute VideoTutorials (the video is two minutes ;-). What do you think? Would you like to see more fast tutorials like this one?
Jonathan Lampel shares what he thinks is the most important aspect of good Blender (or any) art. Let us know if you agree!
Learn how to add depth of field to photographs with this tutorial by Karsten Hoehne.
John and Richard show you the new List widget.
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.
Blenderguru.com teaches you how to create this cave scene. Take a deep breath – this one’s almost 1.5 hours long!
LocoMatt composed this track and created an unusual audio visualization along with it in Blender. He shows how he achieved the effect, and shares the required script.
The BBC series Doctor Who is celebrating its 50th birthday this week! A great moment to share Enigmatoots’ Tardis tutorials.