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Markers - Animation in Blender 2.83


jsabbott writes:

In this tutorial, we will be learning how to use markers for animation in Blender 2.83


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Jennifer Abbott

I am a CG Environment Artist focusing on environments, props, and textures. In addition, I also work with visualizations, cinematics, and film making. I provide educational materials for the beginners as well as more advanced artists and designers. I also provide game asset packs, and commissioned work for various projects. I am open to working with individuals, and various for-profit and non-profit organizations in order to fill their art and design needs. I became a CG Environment Artist and Level Designer in order to not only pursue my passions but also to assist others in expressing themselves or their business or organization in a creative manner. I believe in creating great design that fits the context and needs of the client.


  1. I'm not sure what function markers have. Are they just to notify the artist that something happened so he doesn't have to look everywhere?

    • Markers are used to mark frames with key points or significant events in an animation - such as camera movements. Think of them as sticky notes that are reminders.

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