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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Video: Old Country Pathway (Part 2 - Creating the Draft 3D Sketch)

This tutorial series is about creating a 3D scene depicting an old country pathway.

Please note that this tutorial series is currently unfinished.

In Part 2, we take a look at:

  • Reviewing the Final Reference Images
  • Defining the Scope of a Project
  • Photo Copyright Issues
  • Proportional Editing
  • Creating the Draft 3D Sketch of the Scene




Watch the tutorial online
(FLV streaming, Length - 45:09)
Or, Download the 83MB ZIP file to view it offline (load the HTML file in your browser).
Or, Download via Torrent.

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9 comments:

S-T-S said...

These kind of tutorial series are the best for beginners. You cover the whole proses from the beginning and give really good insights what has to be done for a project like this.

These tutorials are very good for blender (and why not for others as well) community. Thank you for contributing these. Good work indeed!

H -man said...

Hi,

There is some kind of problem with the zip file, I cant extract it. Please, could You check it??

Thank you

Kernon Dillon said...

Thanks!

@h-man:
I just downloaded the files and was able to view the tutorial with no problems. I used 7zip to extract the files. Maybe the file got corrupted during the download. If you're using dial-up, this sort of thing can happen with larger files.

I hope that helps.

H -man said...

Downloaded it again and it works fine. Thank You for the quick respond, and I am sorry for bothering You.
Cant wait for the part 3

PS Sorry for my English

Kernon Dillon said...

It's no bother.

Wayne said...

you are awesome

keep it up

Anonymous said...

Kernon,

GREAT stuff again. Not bad file size either for the lenght of the video =)

What I really wanted to say is (perhaps I never noticed it before) but the left side menu system allowing to select your topic point with in the material and overall video is a real plus, great option for learning purposes. GREAT work Kernon keep up the wonderful resources, many thanks for your efforts, they definatly do not go overlooked. Thank your for your professional approach, many many thanks.

Great approach on things, and a wonderful resource your providing to the community! Thank you for sharing your many talents Kernon and allowing others to improve upon theres in the process.

=)

Eric said...

Excellent, thanks. I was very impressed at what you could do with some chopped-off primitives and a little color. And I thought having the keystrokes pop up on screen as you were Blendering was really helpful. The "overview" comments about project scope and photo copyright issues are lacking in most other tutorials I've seen, too, and I thought you did an excellent job covering them.

So, thank you very much, keep 'em coming!

Monkah said...

Really good tutorials, im most impressed with the Firefox info at the moment. These tools are great! Thanks again!

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