Adding and Deleting
Object vs Edit Mode
Mesh Select Modes
Loop-cut & Edge Loops
Cycles Light Sources
Three Point Lighting
Dimensions and Metadata
Parenting to Empty Objects
Constraints: Copy & Limit Transform
Rigging: Modifier Stack
18th June 2018
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10th May 2020 - 13:50
Since layer management UI is no longer there. This chapter needs to be updated.
12th December 2019 - 10:29
This feature don't exist anymore ? Do you confirm ?
6th December 2020 - 19:10
@julien3 , yes I can't find these in the latest version, I am new to this application so I hope that someone will correct for me .
29th December 2020 - 20:17
@Ahmed Abouzid Layers are in the upper right hand corner of Version 2.80
13th January 2020 - 01:03
Its so annoying that version 2.81 looks different. I can't find layers menu
24th May 2020 - 06:36
*@Yule Mayevsky* I think the layers are taken out, I feel you. I think it would be great if this course gets updated
14th December 2020 - 14:20
Ok, after going through the Version 2.91 manual, and comparing to the version used in the training video, Layers do still exist (View Layers), but are now associated with Collections. Collections seem to appear in newer versions of Blender. After playing around with it I get the same results as shown in the video, but not having a "Layers UI" the layers are controlled in the Scene Collection/Collection outline. In a nut shell, create a new View Layer (upper right corner of the GUI), and then indicate what Collection(s) that are visible in it. Of course, there would have to be more then one Collection that contains a mesh or meshes. So, by organizing your various meshes in different Collections you can control what is visible. Being new to 3D, I'm assuming that this will come into play when rendering. It appears that only those Collections that are visible will be rendered. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. As previously mentioned, to me learning through trial and error is much more beneficial. I agree, I feel that if I'm paying for this training, the training should be more up to date. I decided to join, because of the training. I really want to learn this software.
19th August 2018 - 01:42
11th November 2019 - 16:47
So, I just signed up for blender cloud to learn from the videos, and this is the first one I click on. Are all the videos going to be from old versions of Blender that explain obsolete features?
17th July 2020 - 10:09
it's just so bad that after i pay and come to check those videos,but they are with old version, so confusing for beginner like me. :(
7th November 2020 - 05:57
Blender.org should refund everyone's money that was under the assumption about this which if you take a look under their "Blender Institute" link at #1-
Blender Cloud, an innovative subscription based crowd funding platform. This is currently the main income for Blender Institute.
7th November 2020 - 06:03
I hit enter and it just posts, there's nothing innovative about being lying sacks of shite that steal and there's nothing that makes me feel any comfort with this at all, it's like you guys are reverse profiteering, if that's the case hook up with Blendernation, they seem to be doing quite well for a bunch of users with able bodied contributors, all for profit but at least they're not deceptive about it. It just occurred to me, you guys are in Amsterdam, okay well I guess our contributions are doing nothing more than getting you fockerz high.
16th March 2021 - 18:56
is there a 2.92 tutorial ? This is a huge problem, if blender would like more beginners to use their product, then the tutorials should be updated with every version. Makes learning very difficult. I find myself wasting a lot time bouncing all over the internet to find what I need. Very frustrating to say the least. Thanks.