Blender 2.9 Stylized 3 Course Bundle

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Course 1 Stylised 3D Game Model: Complete Beginners’ Guide


Hi and welcome to this new 3D Tudor course, ‘Stylised 3D Game Model: Complete Beginners’ Guide’. This is complete beginner’s guide to creating a 3D stylised game model. This course will teach you how to create a stylised 3D model from scratch to a professional level, following industry pipelines. If you ever wondered how AAA assets are made by some of the biggest players in the industry, then stay tuned and find out what this course is all about.

Like my other courses, I will be taking you on an extensive 3D modeling journey involving modeling, texturing, freebies, lighting and rendering a game ready 3D asset. The focus of this course is to show you how to make realistic models, to a real-world scale. Enroll in this Blender 2.83 course and experience over 8 hours of content, full of learning opportunities to take your 3D modeling, sculpting, texturing, lighting and rendering skills up by quite a few notches. By completing this course, you will walk away with a comprehensive view of how to model from the ground up, with a super-fast industry-standard workflow. All this exclusively in Blender 2.8.

‘Stylised 3D Game Model: Complete Beginners’ Guide’ has a new learning format that will be relevant to beginners. This course is also relevant to those students who are more familiar with 3D creation and modeling using Blender software, or those who are transitioning into Blender from another piece of software or from the previous older versions of Blender.

Using everything I learned from previous courses, mainly from all your helpful feedback, I was able to make a course that really has the wow-factor; something you will be proud of accomplishing.


Modelling


This course will teach you how to model stylised assets from the ground up, using Blender 2.83. Whether you are an absolute beginner or someone who is looking to elevate their skill level, animations will be telling you all about modifiers, Blender functions, and key commands, which will guide you along the way – popping up right when you need them. This course explains everything and will include a step-by-step exploration of all the new shortcuts that have come with this new Blender version. Best of all, this unique course functionality also lets you set your own pace. This allows the course to be viable for Blender users of any level.

By the end of the course, the knowledge you will have learned can be put to use independent of the direction you take in 3D modeling – following the amateur or the professional path.


Sculpting


Next, to take our 3D model to the next level, we take a deep dive into Zbrush. You will learn various simple Zbrush techniques to bring your 3D creation to life. This course will take you through the very basics of the Zbrush UI, all the way up to preparing a model for export. What is more, you will be learning new sculpting skills, in addition to learning how to optimise your model to make it game ready.


Texturing


In this section, we will be using Substance Painter. Substance Painter is an industry standard software. You will learn how to create complex stylised materials from scratch. We will also go over how to lay or apply multiple materials to meshes. As we texture, we will take an in depth look at how to create texture bakes using high- and low-poly models. In the end, you will come away with a broad understanding of maps and textures, all in just a few hours.


Rendering


Finally, to present our model in the professional way and make it really stand out in any portfolio, we will be rendering out in Marmoset Toolbag 3. We look at the best texture maps to use for rendering, and we will go over how to set up not only just one render, but three, including a fully textured and wireframe turntable. You will come away with renders which you will be proud to show off on your social media. By the time we have finished rendering in Marmoset Toolbag 3, you will have the knowledge and confidence to create stylised assets that look like they fell out straight out of a game.

I always feel that lighting is one of the key components that tend to be the most overlooked. To be honest, I learned this the hard way, seeing as lighting is important with regards to making a scene pop. I have taught you how to set up your lighting in my previous course, ‘Blender 2.8 Model a Lightsaber for Beginners’, within Blender, but this time, we will take it a step further. All lighting including environment lighting and extra light were set up within Marmoset Toolbag 3.


Download Pack


Best of all, this course also comes with a free download pack, full of everything you will need for the course. This will include things like full references, Zbrush brushes, and textures just to name a few. The ‘Stylised 3D Game Model: Complete Beginners’ Guide’ course download pack will include 3 different brushes, one resolution map, five rope textures (albedo, height, metallic, normal, roughness), a skull decal, and a wood grain illustration.

These are resources that you are free to download and reuse in your other projects. I created all these textures and resources using a mix of Substance Designer, and Adobe Photoshop (e.g., for the smoke decal). All textures included for free with this course are custom made specifically for this course.

So, with all that said, I hope I have whetted your appetite to start your journey into stylised 3D game asset creation. Check out the free introduction and I am sure you won’t be able to put this course down. Check it out. You have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.

I had a blast making this course and I am sure you will too!


Course 2 Blender 2.9 3D Model & Render a Stylized Halloween Scene


‘Blender 2.9 3D Model & Render a Stylized Halloween Scene’ is the complete beginner’s guide to creating a 3D stylised game model. This course will teach you how to create a stylised 3D model from scratch to a professional level.

‘Blender 2.9 3D Model & Render a Stylized Halloween Scene’ will take you through a Halloween 3D modeling rollercoaster exclusively in Blender 2.9. You will come away with an inspiring portfolio piece that will let you shine through.

Like my other Udemy courses, I will be taking you on an extensive 3D modeling journey involving modeling, texturing, freebies, lighting and rendering a game-ready 3D asset. The focus of this course is to creating a spooky creative scene to showcase your stylised game model of a Halloween pumpkin carriage in a way that it will make your 3D modelling artist portfolio shine!


We will also focus on making our model according to a real-world scale.

Enroll in this Blender 2.9 course and experience over 20 hours of content, full of learning opportunities to take your 3D modeling, sculpting, texturing, lighting and rendering skills up by quite a few notches. By completing this course, you will walk away with a comprehensive view of how to model, texture, and render from the ground up, with a super-fast industry-standard workflow.


What is more, we will be taking a new approach compared to my other past courses: after finishing the modelling of every course asset or sub-component, we will be texturing it straight away. This will elevate your excitement to new levels as with every couple of lessons, you will be able to grasp more of the final product step-by-step.

‘Blender 2.9 3D Model & Render a Stylized Halloween Scene’ is beginner friendly, so even if you’ve just started 3D modelling, this course will set you up with a professional and efficient workflow.


Using everything I learned from previous courses, mainly from all your helpful feedback, I was able to make a course that really has the wow-factor; something you will be proud of accomplishing.


Through the incorporation of varied pumpkin carriage components, we will go over interesting functionalities, including new and creative ways of using various Blender 2.9 modifiers and addons, including but not limited to:

- Marking Seams, Sharps, and fixing Normals;

- Smoothing and preparing meshes for texturing;

- Adding materials using Blender 2.9’s node system;

- Mesh deforming and using Booleans;

- Loop cuts;

- Joining meshes and finishing seams;

- Fixing Ngons;

- Creating Glass, Leather, and Coal Materials;

- Creating Collections of Objects and Meshes using a Hierarchy System;

- Creating a Simple Animation;

- Creating Grass using Particle Systems;

- Creating Trees using the Ivy Generator;

- Creating Moths & Bats using silhouette alphas;

- Creating Atmospheric Light using principled volume;

- Creating a Mood with Emission Lights;

- Creating a Spooky, Halloween, Night Sky;

- Creating Burning Ember with Nodes;

- Rendering a Stylized Halloween Scene.


Modelling


Through this course, we will be modelling several smaller props and assets to be placed within our stylised Halloween pumpkin.

This course will teach you how to model stylised assets from the ground up, using Blender 2.9. Whether you are an absolute beginner or someone who is looking to elevate their skill level, animations will be popping up when you need them, telling you all about modifiers, Blender functions, and key commands. This course explains everything and will include a step-by-step exploration of all the new shortcuts that have come with this new Blender version. Best of all, this unique course functionality also lets you set your own pace. This allows the course to be viable for Blender users of any level.

By the end of the course, the knowledge you will have learned can be used independent of the direction you take in 3D modeling – following the amateur or the professional path.


Texturing


As part of the texturing part of ‘Stylized Halloween Scene in Blender 2.9 ’, you will learn how to create complex stylised materials from scratch. This will include the embers and the world material for the night sky. To make the texturing process quicker and more beginner-friendly, you will be supplied with all the other materials that will be used in this course.

As part of the texturing process, we will also go over how to lay or apply multiple materials to meshes.


Rendering


Finally, to present our model in a professional way and make it really stand out in any portfolio, we will be rendering out in a fully equipped spooky Halloween scene. A starry night with moths and bats in front of a full moon with cast light to our fully modelled and textured Halloween pumpkin carriage as it stands on a cobbled road with fenced off grass.

You will come away with renders which you will be proud to show off on your social media. By the time we have finished rendering in Blender 2.9, you will have the knowledge and confidence to create stylised assets that look like they fell out straight out of a game. As part of rendering, I will show you how to make backdrops and specialised lighting, including extra lights. I always feel that lighting is one of the key components that tend to be the most overlooked. To be honest, I learned this the hard way, seeing as lighting is important with regards to making a scene pop.


Download Pack & Freebies


Best of all, this course also comes with a free download pack, full of everything you will need for the course. This will include things like full references to over 22 props that will be part of our stylised Halloween pumpkin carriage scene, and a whopping 105 texture maps free for you to use. The ‘Stylized Halloween Scene in Blender 2.9 ’ course download pack will include resolution maps and alphas as well.

These are resources that you are free to download and reuse in your other projects. I created all these textures and resources using a mix of Substance Painter, Substance Designer, and Adobe Photoshop. All textures included for free with this course are custom made specifically for this course.


So, with all that said, I hope I have whetted your appetite to start your journey into stylised 3D game asset creation. Check out the free introduction and I am sure you won’t be able to put this course down.


Got plans for next weekend?

Now you do! After opening access to ‘Stylized Halloween Scene in Blender 2.9 ’, you will know exactly what’s coming.


Halloween is on its way and as October’s most exciting whimsical time, my newest course will fully honour it!


It’s including everything that’s magical about autumn held together by everything spooky about Halloween ... all held at your fingertips.


Course 3 Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene


Hi and welcome to my newest Blender 2.9 stylized 3D art course. ‘Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene’ is a complete guide to creating a 3D diorama of a tropical water scene filled with a variety of assets, each uniquely designed and textured.

'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene’ will be one of the few 3D modelling courses that will show you how to create trees, plants, and foliage. As with all other course assets, this course's flora will be perfectly suited for any tropical environment.

One of the most sought-after learning experiences of this course is learning how to create underwater god rays. Exciting course content includes 3D modelling a fishing boat, a fishing line and post, palm trees, foliage, coral, a treasure chest, tentacles, and a variety of scenic rocks - all perfectly suited for the tropics.


'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' brings with it everything I have learned about what makes a 3D modelling course amazing. Taking all the great tools and screen tooltips from 3D Tudor's huge library of courses, this new course will give you the most comprehensive learning process out there.


You will have access to a full course handbook as part of this course, allowing you to identify which parts of the course you would like to jump ahead to if you are a non-linear 3D modeller. The 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' course handbook features 24-course sections, each focusing on an asset or set of assets. As such, the course handbook will transform the learning experience for 3D modelers who love to organise their learning process and take the steering wheel into their own hands.


Following the success of my latest course, we will be modelling, texturing, and finalising every individual asset before moving onto the next. Students have said that this has helped them in staying excited throughout the creation process, being able to see how their scene comes closer to the course preview step-by-step.


This course is suited for beginners and intermediate Blender users, taking you through a professional workflow, and by the time you reach the course finish line after over 13 hours of content, you will have a stylized 3D water scene portfolio piece to be proud of.


A large part of 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' late development stages will involve technical know-how about Blender Cycles rendering. In addition to learning a super-fast industry-standard workflow, you will learn how to continuously assess the quality of your scene, and how to tweak smaller sub-components you want to make better through render reviews.


Despite being a stylized art course, ‘Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene', focuses on ensuring that what you create within your water scene is fully workable in real-life and a realism element is maintained. Within that, we will be modelling an intricate fishing spool that is fully functional and helps you reel in the fishing line that will be featured on the boat’s stern. You will also learn how to use human references to correctly scale your models to average human proportions with the help of a free reference included in the course resource pack.

'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' freebies will include numerous glass textures, an HDRI map, and 23 reference files for every one of the individual scene assets we will be creating.


Because of how versatile every 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' 3D asset is, this course will show introduce you to interesting functionalities, including new and creative ways of using various Blender 2.9 modifiers and add-ons, including but not limited to:

- Marking Seams, Sharps, and fixing Normals;

- Smoothing and preparing Meshes for Texturing;

- Adding Materials using Blender 2.9’s Node System;

- Mesh deforming and using Booleans;

- Loop cuts;

- Joining Meshes and finishing Seams;

- Fixing Ngons;

- Creating Glass, Sand, Coral, and Rock Materials;

- Creating Collections of Objects and Meshes using a Hierarchy System;

- Creating a simple Armature to move our Tentacles;

- Creating Underwater God Rays using Lightpath Node Set up that Utilises Sunlight and a Water Shader;

- Achieving a Fully Realistic Water Refraction Effect;

- Creating a Fully Lit Sky fit for the Tropics;

- Rendering a Stylized Water Scene.


Modeling


'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' will give you access to one of the most versatile modelling experiences out there. You will be creating a vast number of 3D assets, helping you practice different skills and Blender 2.9 addons, modifiers, and tools.

This course will teach you how to 3D model stylised assets from the ground up, using Blender 2.9. Whether you are a 3D modelling beginner, intermediate, or advanced user, on-screen tooltips and animations will be popping up when you need them to explain what each Blender 2.9 modifier, addon, or functionality do. Learning outcomes from joining this course will also include adding new key commands to your 3D modeller toolkit with key casting allowing you to keep track of every key I press during the course.

Because of the 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' course design, the course handbook will enable you to take a personalised approach to the modelling tasks you chose to focus on next, enabling you to skip ahead to model those assets you cannot wait to get your hands on. By the end of the course, the knowledge you will have learned can be used independent of the direction you take in 3D modeling – following the amateur or the professional path.


Texturing


'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene’ will teach you how to make complex stylized materials from scratch using Blender 2.9’s node system. We will be taking an in-depth look at all texture maps, like metallic and roughness, for example. As part of this course, you will also be creating procedural sand and rope materials.

Through enrolling in this course, you will also learn how to lay and apply multiple materials to meshes.


Animation


Through modelling every sea voyager’s nightmare - a set of tentacles reaching for you – you will learn basic animation skills. You will learn how to create a basic armature and how to use it to position your red tentacles within our scene to create a sense of fear in our storytelling.


Rendering


'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' will show you how to use Blender 2.9 cycles rendering as part of your quality assurance process. Through rendering our stylised water scene regularly, we will be tweaking its presentation to reach the course finish line in such a way that our scene fully resembles what we aimed for.


Rendering will allow us to present our model professionally and make it stand out in any portfolio. Lighting is one of the key components that tend to be the most overlooked. 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene’ will take you a step further, giving you more than a basic introduction to lighting and helping you achieve one of the most desirable lighting conditions – underwater god rays.

The god rays we will have created in the underwater section of our stylized scene will add the wow-factor to the overall design, with every individual asset individually contributing to the scene’s professional 3D modelling quality.


You will come away with renders which you will be proud to show off on your social media. By the time we have finished rendering in Blender 2.9, you will have the knowledge and confidence to create stylised assets that look like they fell out straight out of a game.


Download Pack


Download packs always excite me when I get my hands on a new course. 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' will include a free download pack with 23 stylized references for all the individual underwater scene assets we will be creating. You will also get access to five glass texture maps free for you to use. The best course navigation tool for 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' will also be included.

The course handbook will give the control back to you and you will be able to fully streamline your learning process to your needs and wants seamlessly.

So, with all that said, I hope I have whetted your appetite to start your journey into stylised 3D game asset creation. Check out the free introduction and I am sure you won’t be able to put this course down.


Who wouldn’t like mentally transporting themselves into the tropics?

By enrolling in 'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene', you will get the full tropical environment experience in which you will be immersed further after every lesson.


'Blender 2.9 Design & Render a Stylized Water Scene' is one of the first story-telling Blender 2.9 courses out there, with every asset giving you a piece of the puzzle for a fully tropical sea experience.


I was fully inspired to make this scene something special and I am sure you will too.


Happy modelling everyone!


Neil, 3D Tudor


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  • 3 Courses 43 hours of Blender training including hundreds of resources, maps & brushes.

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