Break: 12pm - 1pm
Now that BLENDER is part of your workflow, it is time to level up!
Shift gears to an advanced clean surface topology, mastering edge flow strategy and techniques that will speed up your workflow. This course will deliver all that and have you using a polymodelling tool as a robust asset in your progressive workflow, from 3D sketching (concept modelling) to enhanced results.
Our tutors will show you all the essential tools to equip you with the ability to create complex vehicles. Classes will focus on using the tools correctly, enhanced with practical exercises, personal reviews, and working in tandem with other participants. Class sizes are kept to a minimum to facilitate the best personal attention.
The course is developed for designers and modellers using Blender and looking to enhance their skill and precision.
Course scope, Topology discussion, Topology construction, Create 3D blueprints
Blender start file, Setup Blender file, Preferences, Topology, Wire mapping
Surfacing, Study: Front, Modelling practice, Reflection continuity
Surface tension, Polymodelling techniques, Catmull Clark subdivision, Mimick class-A surfacing
Repetition, Hunting optimal solutions, Detailing
Optimal solutions for specific shapes, Adding in detail on the front
Headlights, Advanced exercise, Challenge
Revise advanced modelling strategies, Headlight hard surface, Modelling challenge
Final Details, Render with EEVEE, Export to Alias
Capping off modelling techniques, Make final detail believable, Setup modifiers for export
In this course, designers will gain a solid foundation in the following areas:
- Faster modelling workflow
- Polymodelling techniques
- Clean topology and better surfaces
- Advanced ideation
Basic knowledge in 3D
64-bit quad core CPU
16 GB RAM
Full HD display
Three button mouse
Graphics card with 4 GB RAM
Relevant 3rd party plugins will be discussed, if needed, supporting a general know how and valued enhancements.
We will provied a cloud link to download all the necessary materials before the commencement of the course.