If your in the process of learning Blender, John R. Nyquist has created a series of videos on tips in using Blender. You can check them out at YouTube.
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Yeah.... Where is the link ???
we need links
I tried to paste the url, but the system thought it was spam. Just google 'bits of blender'.
Or try 'bits of blender' in Youtube...
Link Link, Horay! ^_^
Now we're missing Bart !
Where are the links?
The videos look good to me :)
to find them go to youtube and and a /bitsofblender at the end of the address
Added! Off to vacation now :)
thanks bart. nice holiday 2u.
Sorry about the link issue folks. Bart thanks for catching that. Yesterday was a bit crazy for me, normally I check the links, guess I was too rushed.
Yeah Bart. Don't fire the poor guy. He's awesome. :)
Now I can go to bed knowing that I helped Tim keep his job. ^_^
thanks. And nice holiday. I'm in Holidays yet, too ;)
My intent for Bits of Blender is for it to be (for the most part) a set of quick reference videos on Blender features, and a fun thing to do with my boy (who's a 9-year old Blenderhead). I hope to keep adding to them on a regular basis, though I imagine winter will be more productive than summer ;-)
Hey Bart and the new guys do great work!
Boy, that phrase scared me. I thought we were going to have to go back to Microsoft's Bob to use these videos!
I installed Blender 2.46 on the user's directory on WinXP and I can't access the script just like he said. Will there be a 2.46a or will it be fixed in 2.47?
Nevermind I just clicked on the re-evaluate script button on the python script setting under file path.
Here's another very good site devoted to Blender:
click-on Blender Video Tutorials
Hi MrPerlishells, the intent of Bit #2 is to show changes to preference defaults from the previous version that surprised me. One of the things that surprised me was having to do something different to see the scripts :)
Just to make sure I'm not completely insane... I just un-installed and re-installed Blender to re-confirm the behavior. The "Re-evaluate scripts registration in menus" button did not work for me when I accept all of the installer's default settings. Clicking the button results in an "Invalid scripts dir: check console" error, in which there is nothing in the console. Then when I quit and relaunch Blender and try it again, I get no error, yet the scripts still do not show up. In order to get the scripts to show, I needed to navigate to the location, which on my machine is in in: C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Roaming\Blender Foundation\Blender\.blender\scripts. Selecting the "Installation Directory" option worked fine and in the manner I was previously accustomed.
Personally, I prefer the scripts in the Blender application folder as it is easier for me to find them :)
Thanks for all the nice work. I will pass it on to my students if they have not already seen it. Very clear and concise, I like it!