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The .blend files contained in the hard surface modeling course are released under Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution. Feel free to use them in your projects.
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This course is aimed at the intermediate skilled users, so we would recommend to have some basic understanding of Blender before entering the hard surface laboratory of dreams.
The first half (6 hours or so) is aimed at the beginner level. The second half (another 7ish hours) assumes you're more confident at this point the tempo goes quicker. Though, we did our best to make it accessible. If you are up to the challenge, give it a shot.
No, the course is done 100% within Blender.
You'll find these in the project files zip folder.
Gleb & Aidy's email: http://www.creativeshrimp.com/contact
Aidy's extra email: [email protected]
Gleb's Twitter: https://twitter.com/gleb_alexandrov
Aidy's Twitter: https://twitter.com/AidyBurrows3D
Gleb's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CreativeShrimp/
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Yes, there are 7 hours of 2.8 content to help bridge the gap. The main course section which was recorded in 2.79 this new content helps people to translate between the versions and also demonstrate some new ideas now available to us in the land of 2.8x!
A lot of the course is quite theoretical and applies across any version of Blender, or any version of polygonal modeling software in fact.
The vast majority of the course is recorded using 2.79b. This is the most recent stable version of Blender and will remain so for some time, it also runs on the vast majority of computers.
2.8 is now released! We have added some extra files - look for the ones that start, "2.8_HSM_". These are mainly to show some new options we now have, and to also help people translate the content into the current versions.