complete newb here. Used Max loads, decided to swap over to Blender just for the lulz more than anything else (well, there’s reasons, I’ve got a project I want to play about with and thought learning Blender would be a fun way to pursue it… The software looks ace, peoples results are amazing, and the community is loads of fun so should be an interesting year )
Anyhow, I’m teaching at an art college and mentioned to them about Blender and we cooked up a nice project for all the depts to get involved with and I’m stuck with my side. We’re going to get the photography dept to take portrait pix, the art teachers to do designed portraits and then use Blender to make a photo booth style box with four pictures in a strip being taken and then falling into the slot to be collected ((does that make sense? Sorry, been a long week)). So sort of the Amelie photo strip style.
Anyhow it seems easy enough on the face of it (make a box, couple of boolean cut outs, maybe make a curtain just for fun, bit of texturing, rigid body phsyics on the strip of photos, animated lighting) but I can’t find a tutorial that has something similar. Anyone noticed a tutorial that would do what I need? and… um… fairly dumbed down?