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On-line Spanish Blender course

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The Excellence Center in Free Software of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain), has created an on-line course of 20 hours to teach the use Blender. The course starts at February 23rd, and costs €60 for students/€100 for everyone else.

Carlos Gonzalez Morcillo wrote:

The course is made up of a variety of elements, including step-by-step tutorials and a high number of videotutorials. It also contains a number of projects to complete to assist in your learning experience. The course will be teached by Dr. Carlos Gonzalez-Morcillo, an Assistant Professor at the University of Castilla-La Mancha and author of the free book "Learn Blender & Yafray in 24 hours".

This is an introductory course which provides a basic understanding of the skills and techniques employed by 3-D designers in a wide range of applications. The contents are structured in 5 modules; Introduction, Modelling, Materials and Texturing, Animation and Rendering. The deadline for enrollment is on October 10th. The course will start on October 20th.

Full course information in Spanish.

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Bart Veldhuizen

I have a LONG history with Blender - I wrote some of the earliest Blender tutorials, worked for Not a Number and helped run the crowdfunding campaign that open sourced Blender (the first one on the internet!). I founded BlenderNation in 2006 and have been editing it every single day since then ;-) I also run the Blender Artists forum and I'm Head of Community at Sketchfab.

13 Comments

  1. wouu...
    si yo viviera en España (o tuviera 100 morlacos XD)...
    sí es impartido por Morcillo, es muy recomendable...
    saludos...

  2. No Online Courses in english or german avaible yet ?
    I waiting since years for that kind of courses in english or german :-)

    Alain

  3. Cool! ;) But I am not being able to access the PDF tutorial... it's not loading correctly. Maybe if I wait for it? Nah, anyhow, I can let it be

  4. Castilla-la Mancha univ. is getting to become the leading one on free licensed soft in our lovely, sunny country, Thanks for your work and continue being a good model.

  5. I used Google`s Translate to read the site, Nice! In one of the content I personally like to see 2. Modeling (5 pm) 2.3. NURBS, and Practical content (3:30 pm) Practical 8 Radiosidad. Global architectural lighting: Radiosity.
    I really wanted to see more from the site but any way good to know that there is On-line course.
    ;-)

  6. Pues yo no es que viva en España. Es que vivo en Ciudad Real y aprendiendo por mi cuenta me voy apañando.

    Claro que se da el caso de que para mi es una afición, y no uso software comercial. Y si no me gasto dinero en el software, no voy a pagar para apuntarme a un cursillo de Blender cuando ya voy poco a poco desenvolviéndome con el programa... Por lo demás todos mis ánimos al profesor y buena iniciativa.

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    Is not that I live in Spain. I live in Ciudad Real and I manage learning by myself.

    Of course, the fact is that for me is a hobby, and I don't use commercial software. And if I don't spend my money in software, I am not going to pay for subscribing to a course of Blender when I am learning by myself bit a bit with the software... Anyway I encourage the proffessor and it's a good initiative.

  7. Hi everybody;

    Thanks a lot for your comments, I hope you like the course... I'm trying to do my best. I'm just finishing the material with the help of two colleagues at my University (two real gurus; Miguel Garcia - Greenbite - and Sergio Perez - Brue -).

    See you on the cyberspace! - Carlos.

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