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Animating a logo in Blender 2.9

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Jennifer Abbott writes:

In this Blender tutorial for beginners you will learn how to import an SVG from Inkscape 1.0 into Blender 2.9 and animate the logo using animation nodes.

We begin by importing a raster image into Inkscape and changing it into a vector image.
Then, we import the SVG logo into Blender.
Next, we set up the lighting for the animation.
We then make the rotating animation using animation nodes.
Lastly, we will render the animation.

Timestamps:
0:00 Introduction
1:02 Converting a raster image into vector
6:47 Importing the logo into Blender
13:05 Lighting
14:24 Rotation using animation nodes
19:17 Rendering the animation

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Jennifer Abbott

Hi! I'm Jen and I am an animator, motion designer, and 3D artist. I am working toward my certification from the Blender Foundation. **FOR HIRE**

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