I whipped up a quick video tutorial on using widgets in Blender 3D.
NOTE: You will need Blender 2.37 in order to use widgets.
4:21 Running Time
Compressed with MPEG-4 video and Qualcomm Purevoice for an audio codec.
I appologize for the compression artifacts, I’m running a bit low on server space.
Post any comments, suggestions, corrections, etc.
Remember, this is a very quick tutorial introducing an important new feature in Blender 3D.
Compression is fine, Ill be more then happy to mirror as soon as the finishes uploading.
There done ^_-:
Tut does fine
Nice I missed a few things (nag nag nag:) For one thing, the differences between ctrl+spc and alt+spc (I think you only mentioned the latter) and the options they give you. Like for instance showing the difference of global and local orientation.
But this is great. I think these short tutorials popping up is the right way to go.
Nice icon_smile.gif I missed a few things (nag nag nag:) For one thing, the differences between ctrl+spc and alt+spc (I think you only mentioned the latter) and the options they give you. Like for instance showing the difference of global and local orientation.
Thanks for the feedback. I definetly considered showing the distance between global and local, but I wanted to keep it basic. It’s designed for people that are new to Blender.
I have some more tutorials planned:
Creating A Logo With Volumetric Lighting
Modeling A Stargate Parts 2 and 3
Softbodies Parts 1 and 2 NOTE: I know that softbody tutorials have been done already, but I think it helps to see multiple teachers teach it.
Animating A Ship Flying To A Planet NOTE: This is a newby question that gets asked a lot on a fan film forum I visit, so I’ve decided to answer it.
Softbodies tutorials are still needed Things that haven’t been covered yet are things like jello, and the ability to fake rigid bodies. Tricks like that are nice to know. Only today, I discovered new ways to use it, that I couldn’t do before (nothing new for others, of course:)