How to Create Retro 3D Graphics with Blender and Gimp

Recapture the nostalgia of the Quake and Playstation era
How to Create Retro 3D Graphics with Blender and Gimp
File Size :
1.34 GB
Total length :
1h 30m

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Instructor

Narayana Walters

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Last update

Last updated 4/2020

Ratings

4.4/5

How to Create Retro 3D Graphics with Blender and Gimp

What you’ll learn

How to model, rig, texture, animate 3d models in Blender
How to create textures for 3d models with Gimp
How to create character reference sheets in Krita
How to find free-to-use images and textures online

How to Create Retro 3D Graphics with Blender and Gimp

Requirements

Should be familiar with using computers

Description

Learn how to use free tools like Blender, Gimp, and Krita to model, texture, and animate 3d graphics in the style of retro 3d consoles and games like the Playstation 1 and Quake. You will also learn how to find free textures online for your models. This course is designed for beginners to 3d graphics.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Create a Windmill

Lecture 2 Finding Reference Images

Lecture 3 Modelling the Windmill

Lecture 4 Finding Textures for the Windmill

Lecture 5 Preparing the Textures for the Model

Lecture 6 Texturing the Windmill

Section 3: Creating a Plateau Ground Model

Lecture 7 Creating the Plateau

Section 4: Creating a Sunset Backdrop

Lecture 8 Creating the Sunset

Section 5: Creating the Knight

Lecture 9 Making the Reference Sheet

Lecture 10 Modeling the Knight

Lecture 11 Finding and Preparing the Textures for the Knight

Lecture 12 Texturing the Knight

Lecture 13 Rigging the Knight

Lecture 14 Animating the Knight

Section 6: Putting It All Together

Lecture 15 Putting The Models in Godot Engine

Section 7: Conclusion

Lecture 16 Summary

Indie Game Developers interested in making retro style 3d games,Beginner to Intermediate 3D modellers looking to learn how to make retro 3d graphics

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 1h 30m | 1.34 GB
Created by: Narayana Walters

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