Name: [121] Glen Moyes
Member: 87 months
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The Blender Interface [ID:089] (2/6)

in series: Introducing the Blender 3D Modelling Environment

video tutorial by Glen Moyes, added 03/07

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First we need to understand the Blender interface concept. You need to show Blender who's boss, and you can do that by being able to customize it. Then we'll cover one of the most important Blender windows, the Buttons Window.

Uploaded on 5th December 2006, running time 16 minutes. If you like this video, you can show your appreciation to Glen by voting over at DZone.com.

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80. Marg O'Leary Sat, 16 Oct 2010 19:17

Again, well explained and very comprehensive!


Just like to say thank you for these


78. John Rouse Sun, 25 Jul 2010 21:08

I am cracking a pint in appreciation as soon as I finish typing this.

I have been holding off getting too familiar with the 2.49 interface, but now that the 2.53 is out, I'm ready to dive into this program and explore its potential. Big tip of the hat and a Texas "Howdy!" to everyone who contributes to this community.

The best is yet to come.


77. Ruzsa Balázs Fri, 16 Jul 2010 04:37

Thank you for your Blender tutorials, I like how lucid they are.


Thanks for your help, the tutorial was really good.


75. Henri de Feraudy Mon, 24 May 2010 10:48

Very efficient tutorial

By the way Gouraud is pronounced "Gooroh".

I used to work in the same establishment as him.


great! would love to see more of your guides for the new 2.5 version of blender! thanx a lot!


73. David Hurt Tue, 13 Apr 2010 06:41

This is really helpful getting started


72. Craig Mitchell Mon, 05 Apr 2010 08:05

Thanks for the tutorials, I've found the first one really helpful.

As a student in uni I was taught to use MAYA but unfortunately have no chance of affording it personally and Blender for the last two months has seemed mind boggling.


Just one little problem. We all need to quit repeating that the Blender interface is difficult to learn. A text tutorial is a head ache. Your videos makes learning Blender NOT HARD!

Thanks.


70. Andrew Stephens Tue, 30 Mar 2010 08:27

Thank you very much, I had looked at Blender in the past and found it a bit daunting, however, now i have seen the first of your video's i will reinstall it an have another look, you lesson was clear and informative and highly appreciated, i can't wait to see the rest of them, Thank you again, and keep up the great work.


Thanks for a useful tut on the interface.


Very well done. Not too long, not too short. Learned a lot.


67. Andrew Marunchak Sat, 13 Feb 2010 05:50

Very useful tutorial. I found the interface intimidating but after having someone walk me through it I'm now ready to start working.

Great job, you've certainly saved me a lot of trial and error.


66. Riko Gantar Sun, 07 Feb 2010 02:38

Very clear and understandable tutorial.

I'm looking for 3D software to model a garlic shaped vase.

I hope blender is capable to model it.

Thank you


One thing I noticed during the first couple of minutes of this video is that your rate of speech varied a bit. Actually, you made a couple of verbal points quite quickly. But for most of the video you did a good job of speaking at a constant rate. You might think that pacing oneself would make for a boring presentation, but really it enhances the clarity of a presentation... more enjoyable. Always say things, even mundane terms, with purpose. Again, very informative presentation none-the-less. Sorry, but being a newbie to 3D modeling I can't actually comment on the content, lol.


Videos are well done. Easy to hear and understand what is being said along with the cursor comments. Looking forward to seeing the next video.


Clear & well paced.


62. Sofia Oscarson Mon, 25 Jan 2010 01:59

Very useful and easy to understand!


Excellent video


9ice


the most informative tutorial I have seen so far on blender- Thanks


thanks for the

help


57. anonymous Wed, 30 Dec 2009 17:05

you Provide A Great Learning Envirenment That Is WELCOME To

People Like Myself


56. anonymous Thu, 24 Dec 2009 21:15

great job, easy to follow and simple


55. anonymous Thu, 24 Dec 2009 14:08

Hi guys

Very nicely done tutorial videos. Clear,concise & informative.

Thankyou


54. anonymous Sat, 05 Dec 2009 08:33

Easy to follow, informative and keeps my interest.

Keep'em coming!!! :)


53. anonymous Sun, 29 Nov 2009 23:21

Very descriptive and helpful. Can you also do some advanced tutorials like handling the material editor or more advanced animation tutorials. Thanks again.


52. anonymous Mon, 23 Nov 2009 18:13

awesome possum! :)

but really it was real helpful!


51. anonymous Thu, 19 Nov 2009 02:17

good tutorial, thaks


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