I started using Blender on 15th of January 2020. Before that, the only 3D-experience I’ve had, was building houses in Sims.
Now I am learning to create whatever I can imagine - and I love it!
I am starting this thread to keep track of my progress and because I know how valuable feedback is.
I hope you enjoy it!
- I started off with the Donut-Tutorial from Blender Guru: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPrnSACiTJ4
It was a fun tutorial - perfect to quickly learn some basics - and end up with a nice result. (Although I don’t like how the wall looks - not so real. Especially the edge from table to wall seems weird to me)
- After the tutorial I started to use what I’ve learnt and create some easy objects myself:
(Yes, I am aware it woudn’t be able to stand like this in reality)
- There was a sale on Udemy and I bought a beginner tutorial for Blender 2.8 (https://www.udemy.com/course/blendertutorial/). With every section, there usually is a 3D.model you create. I like to make them look nice, but I also try to move on in a timely manner - even though it’s far from perfect yet - in order to continue learning new things.