Feb.26, 2012

3DBuzz.com is a site offering great tips and tutorials on modeling and texturing. The folks at 3DBuzz has posted a set of basic video tutorials which focuses mainly on the Blender (2.58) interface. There are totally 63 videos for Blender available for download. A while back they didn't have much blender tutorials to offer, but now seems they just want to focusing on it and to produce more videos to increase complexity.

This introductory series is "Blender Fundamentals" which is pretty conceptial covering the concept and the Blender interface for beginners, each lasting from 4 minutes to 20 minutes. You can download them here.

This week 3DBuzz annouced its new upcoming 6-week live online classto it 3DBuzz Member Sponsor subscribers covering the essentials of 3D animation production with Blender. For supporting this new online class, 3DBuzz has offered a free live webinar class session over Blender and it will cover many essential skills for Blender.


This class will get you up to speed on Blender's interface, its general workflow, and the primary navigation skills you'll need to feel at home with this powerful 3D software package. Starting with a rundown of the purpose and nature of Blender itself, we'll be discussing ways you can speed up the learning process by customizing Blender's interface and hotkeys to your liking.

What's the difference between the "Blender Fundamentals" and the "Blender Essentials"? The "Blender Fundamentals" video are very conceptial explaining specific areas of interface and the "Blender Essentials" videos focus on more practical use. If you are completely new to Blender, These videos may be a good option to start with.

Download the first Blender Essentials video here.

About Blender
Blender is the free open source 3D content creation suite used for creating animation, visual effects, interactive 3D applications or video games.

For encouraging you to learn this very powerful open-source program here is an inspiration. Watch below this 15 minutes animated film "Sintel" made by fourteen animators from the Amsterdam-based Blender Institute, and created with the open source package Blender 2.5.

Photos credit: 3DBuzz

Via 3DBuzz & makeartwordsmusic


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getuper wrote at 12/27/2015 2:26:57 PM:

You may also use Allavsoft which can easily and batch Download 3dbuzz videosto MP4, WMV, AVI on Mac and Windows.

3D Tweets MyVideosToWatch wrote at 6/19/2015 1:56:03 PM:

Try this link instead for the free Blender Videos http://www.3dbuzz.com/training/view/blender-complete/chapter-one-understanding-the-blender-interface

Jake wrote at 12/29/2013 4:54:29 AM:

Any other sites aside from Youtube? because Youtube is Blocked here in our office at work.. Please give me any other video site for tutorials,, thanks in advanced!

NATHAN wrote at 5/20/2013 4:09:42 AM:


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Actually, we can download videos from 3D Buzz with Get-Flv. With this software, we can get all videos to our PC. Here is the site which we can get it: http://www.superlogix.net/3dbuzz-downloader/index.htm Hope you can enjoy it~~

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