In this free course, you will learn how to create an awesome looking filmic character all within Blender. The videos are designed to be short so that you can create your character in a short amount of time.
This course will cover:
- Modeling and sculpting cartoony characters in Blender
- Realistic texturing and shading using Cycles
- Rigging characters quickly and easily (including the face!) using Rigify
- Clothing and Hair using the Particle System
- Setting it up for 3D rendering
By the end of this course, you will have a film-ready 3D character that you can be proud to call your own.
Plus, you will get a FREE 3D Model and Rig if you enrol today!
Hit enrol now and start creating awesome 3D characters today!
Hi, my name is Danan. I am a Software Engineer by day and a Filmmaker/Animator/Educator by night.
I started out making an animated short film for fun using Blender a few years ago. It was during this time did I realize I had a huge passion for 3D filmmaking. I have spent the past 5 years making animated short films and have learnt a great deal about the entire process of filmmaking and animation.
This is something that I do as a hobby. Animation and filmmaking is something I'm quite passionate about and I spent a few years trying to learn and master this skill. Through heaps of trial and error and researching on my own, I feel I have come a long way. I would now like to impart this knowledge towards others who feel a similar way.
I know very well, animated filmmaking is hard. Very hard in fact. One of my main goals, is to make the learning process easier for other people. Feel free to check out any of my courses and I hope I have helped you in your quest to achieve your dream! :)
StartBlocking The Base Mesh (16:34)
StartSculpting The Details - Part 1 (18:03)
StartSculpting The Details - Part 2 (12:11)
StartRetopologizing the Head - Part 1 (16:25)
StartRetopologizing the Head - Part 2 (14:59)
StartRetopologizing The Body (18:55)
StartFinal Polishing - Part 1 (18:16)
StartFinal Polishing - Part 2 (15:46)
StartRigging The Character (19:58)