New video tutorial - Key Framing and IPO Curves

Finished another tutorial on Key Framing and IPO Curves. Would rate the difficulty at 2.0 - 2.5 out of 5. 63Mb and 1 hour in length.

Direct link to the file (save as):

Mirror should be up shortly (I hope).
** Edit **
Mirror thanks to Chimera (“save as” the following link)

Mirror thanks to MacBlender (do a “save as”)
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Happy Blendering,

Downloading… and it’s going fast too!! I must be like the first one to DL this:)

Amazing Greybeard, I don’t know how you turn these out so fast. I’ve already made a disk with all you tutorials because people at work have gotten interested in Blender from the work I’ve done. I can’t think of a better way for them to start learning. Thanks for these great tools.

well there you go again! you’ve outdone yourself once more. have some beers on me buddy :smiley: :smiley: cheers, and keep them coming :wink:

hey buddy i think you managed to squeeze in a bit of bezier curve handles manipulation in there. This is bliss pure bliss. <edit>

Downloaded from the first link at 520KB/sec.
I’ll try to watch it this weekend.

I am sooooo excited! I just love your video tutorials. I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve watched it. Downloading it now.

Any chance of you doing a video tutorial on particals? Please? :stuck_out_tongue:

Just for your info GreyBeard … 3.5 mintues download time at an average of 190KB/sec

<edit> Well, I watched it. As I knew before I even downloaded it, I have learned so much more than with any other tutorial on the subject. Granted, I will have to watch it several times to fully absorb the material, but that is to be expected. As with every other GreyBeard video tutorial, I would have to grade this one a solid A.

I am greatly looking forward to a tutorial on particals and partical animation. GreyBeard touched on some of the animation techniques that can be used with particals in this tutorial … a tease (I hope) for his next tutorial. :smiley:

If you haven’t watched GreyBeard’s tutorials, I highly recommend them. I have all five and watch them over and over, learning something new each time I do. This is the way video tutorials should be done.

This tutorial is now available on as well :smiley:


Thanks greybeard, another clear and very useful tutorial from you.

Wonderful tutorial, like all the four tutorials, thanks again!!! I hope, if you will have enough time in the future, for a new tutorial about texturing in Blender, it exist very few tutorials… :smiley:

And I second the request for a tutorial on particles.
I have yet to watch this one but the actual download time couldnt have been more than 2-3 minutes.
Thanks so much sir!