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Over 50 Youtube Tutorials from cganim8or


CGDerrick Sesson (cganim8or) has spent a lot of time making a bunch of 50+ tutorials on youtube lately.

Derrick writes:

I've been spending the last few months making blender tutorials of all topics and putting them on youtube.  I've made over 50 tutorials from modeling to using the node editor. I'm very open to suggestions, so if you have any questions about something in blender that you would like to see in a tutorial, just send me a message.

Happy Blendering! :)

His channel can be found here -

Direct link to the list of tutorials is here -


  1. awesome:)
    thats quite a decent set of tutorials... gotta check them out as soon as i find the time to.
    Much appreciation and regards!

  2. Amen. I wouldn't have been able to learn a lot in Blender hadn't there been brave people making video tutorials. I learn best while doing, and looking around between 2 screens is way better than reading a book, then looking up, back to the black&white prints in use books, completely optically defocused, then go blind myself with the monitor again. Books are great when you learn without doing, for me video tuts hit the spot :) so THANKS!

  3. Thank you for this wide range of tutorials !!

    I'm sure I will learn a lot from them.

    Btw, I've posted a request on your blog. :-)


  4. Nice to find tutorials. I use Blender 2.5 with the new UI. I have watched 6 or so of your tutorials.
    Suggestion: You are teaching people who are unfamiliar. go slower, get methodical. Your speech is too fast and your mouse clicks seem nervous/frantic. When you say " I'm going to go over this next topic quickly". I think,"Why? It will be much more difficult to learn." Its difficult to follow along. Edit out parts where you end up saying," Forget what I just said". Edit out mistakes. Go slow, speak clearly, describe your actions as you do them. Deliver quality.
    I must say also that I very much appreciate the work that you have done. I am new to Blender and navigating around it is very confusing. Your videos help.
    I speak critically here in the spirit of improvement only and not negate the good work that you have produced. Thank you.

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