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60s Minecraft Animation tutorials: Learn Blender from scratch

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TheDuckCow writes:

An ambitious yet humble new video series, these one minute tutorials aim to teach everything about creating Minecraft animations in Blender in a dense, content rich format. These tutorials start with literally downloading and installing blender*, and progress through using world Obj exporters, and into creating beautiful scenes using addons like MCprep.

There are plenty of intro Blender tutorials with lengths of 10’s of minutes upwards to hours, but few that are crisp and fun in this one minute format. You won’t become a master after a one minute tutorial, but you’ll at least walk away with clarity on the most critical skills without wading through the "fluff".

See the full playlist here, new 60s tutorial coming every week (Monday):

* Technically, it starts with the instruction of “grabbing a computer and turning on”, but that’s just a detail.

About Author

Patrick Crawford

Patrick (TheDuckCow) is the software engineer and digital artist behind Moo-Ack! Productions, and blender user since 2010. From open source blender addons to animated music videos to mobile apps for nonprofits, Patrick loves to create content and value for others while giving back to the community. He is the developer for MCprep & Pro Lighting Studio, and additionally works as a tools/pipeline developer for Theory Animation. He is also the managing member for Deverse, creating apps for social organizations.

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