Name: [121] Glen Moyes
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Blender's Edit Mode [ID:101] (6/6)

in series: Introducing the Blender 3D Modelling Environment

video tutorial by Glen Moyes, added 03/07

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Our first dive into Edit Mode. We'll get our feet wet with some very basic modeling.

Uploaded on 5th December 2006, running time 9 minutes. If you like this video, you can show your appreciation to Glen by voting over at DZone.com.

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71. Marg O'Leary Sat, 16 Oct 2010 22:00

Amazing!


70. skunkape Wed, 11 Aug 2010 19:13

Thanks for your work. It has been very helpful. I have put off learning the Blender UI until 2.5 was stabilized, but these are still very informative. I am a traditional painter experimenting with this digital thing. I think it may just go somewhere.


thanks alot


Excellent tutorials, that are easy to follow.

Over the last few days I have spent a lot of time try to follow sections of the manual.

I wish i saw these tutorials earlier they would have saved me so much time.

Thanks I to really appreciate the time and effort you have put into making and also sharing these.


Thanks for the excellent introduction to edit mode.


These are excellent tutorials! Really appreciate you making these videos-look forward to more!------THANK YOU!!!


65. MasterXunil Tue, 23 Feb 2010 16:22

Best site i ever know!Thanks a lot!


64. MasterXunil Tue, 23 Feb 2010 16:21

Best site i ever know!


That was interesting. Thanks.


62. anonymous Mon, 30 Nov 2009 23:44

I love you videos. I was hoping that you had some tips on how to make a half sphere. That is what I'm really having trouble with.

Thanks again for the vids

David


61. anonymous Mon, 30 Nov 2009 01:01

Anxiously waiting for advanced box modeling tutorials. Thanks.


60. anonymous Wed, 25 Nov 2009 08:53

thanks so much now i know everything i need, if you cold email me a link that has tutorials on modeling more than what you show, but like books (just guessed). Thanks!


59. anonymous Wed, 18 Nov 2009 07:43

Very good tutorials


58. anonymous Thu, 22 Oct 2009 01:16

Absolutely amazing series to get started on Blender. You have a gift for explaining the essential in an understandable way.

It would be absolutely awesome if you could add some more videos to the track, continuing in the same style for explaining the tools and not focusing so much on an actual design challenge.

Well, with or without additional videos, great job and a big thank you.


57. anonymous Sun, 18 Oct 2009 16:28

Your blender tutorials are very informative. Thank you for taking the time to make these video tutorials.


56. anonymous Sun, 11 Oct 2009 12:12

Understandable


55. anonymous Thu, 08 Oct 2009 10:12

Awesome! I really like your showing how to build from vertices's. I can't tell you how many tutorials I've watched. Showing you how to turn a cube into odd shapes. Really, why start with a cube when you want a twisted polygon.

Thanks for the tutorial.


54. anonymous Fri, 11 Sep 2009 08:13

This is an awesome introduction, and the most comprehensive one I have seen so far. Though I read books on the subject, but this is far more useful.

Thanks and keep up the good work


53. anonymous Wed, 12 Aug 2009 21:25

still, very nice beginner tutorials!!!! Keep them coming!! Thanks


52. anonymous Sun, 09 Aug 2009 21:24

Well presented and informative, great work on all tutorials.


51. anonymous Tue, 04 Aug 2009 09:27

:-)


50. anonymous Sun, 02 Aug 2009 00:53

This is the second time I watched all the six tutorials, and I must say that they are really good. Your time won't be wasted with these.

I only wish there were more of them :)


49. anonymous Sun, 19 Jul 2009 08:21

This is the best of the blender tutorials I've come across. Fantastic!


48. anonymous Tue, 07 Jul 2009 12:49

This has helped me so mush, without this tutorial I would have no chance of figureing out this amazeing program, keep it up!


47. anonymous Thu, 02 Jul 2009 06:34

REALLY ENJOYING THESE VIDEO. WANTED TO GET INTO BLENDER TO USE THE RETOPOLOGY TOOLS. YOUR VIDEOS WHERE VERY EFFICIENT IN SHOWING QUICKLY HOW TO USE BLENDER BEFORE I MOVED ONTO MORE SPECIFIC TUTORIALS. THANKS VERY MUSH FOR YOUR EFFORT. THESE SHOULD BE ON THE WIKI


46. anonymous Sat, 13 Jun 2009 10:25

Cool,

Make more please!

I leardned blender with your tutorials.


The bare bones of creating/editing - very simple to follow. A great primer to whet the creative appetite.


44. anonymous Sat, 06 Jun 2009 11:39

Very Helpful! Thanks Glen. Keep up this great work.


This was exactly what I needed to become familiar enough with Blender to be able to follow the more specific tutorials. Highly appreciated!


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