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Caminandes: What would you like to learn?



The Caminandes team is ready to start recording tutorials, and would like to hear your thoughts on good topics!

Pablo Vazquez writes:

Hello fellow llama friends!

Exciting times for Caminandes. Everything is coming together, adding special effects and little animation tweaks here and there. Jan is writing music like a boss with a final edit that is 2 minutes 22 seconds! 10 of those seconds are for credits yes (ours and you awesome pre-orderers), but the rest is pure cartoon magic.

We’re so close to finishing, that we’re about to start recording tutorials/documentation for your delight! To get the best out of this, we need your input, what would you like to learn?

Be sure to leave your feedback!


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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.


  1. Sounds great! Personally, i would love to know more about the general workflow when combining different animated actions like smoothly blending a walk cycle into a jumping movement for example, if that makes sence... :-)

  2. also like idmega, the combination of different scenes, especially if there are many (I've had problems having more scenes at once trying to put them in one video). Or to combine more effects in different times, maybe smth from a time lapse or bullet effect with particles or smoke. Anyway, I need to learn a looot myself, thumbs up guys, a great work U do. :) greetings from Azerbaijan

  3. using the f-curves editor... makes my head hurt.. i feel everything is a mess and cant figure out how it works for animations with many objects and curves.....

  4. Putting it all together is what interest me as well:) I'd love to see how it's done in the VSE using proxies and if you're linked to an external DAW editor for the audio mix that would be great to see how it's set up.... even how you do the credits:)

  5. Hello I will like to learn more... a lot more scripting (bpy) !!
    also I will like to learn how to use proxy

    Note: please make your video tutorials mp4 so the users can save them and watch them off line...

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