This item has an average rating of 5 from 52 ratings by the community.
Ssenkya A.K 6 days ago
Everyone needs this cousre, Enjoy!
alexandre about 1 month ago
Very nice tuto ! So many good informations for learning about hardsurface ! and they give you some nice asset. Maby is not for pure begginer, let's practice some basic tuto in internet before but... "BUY IT" because the robot is very cool !
pepshader about 2 months ago
Excellent course, it's full of solutions!
ochtupus 2 months ago
Just in case you re-record parts of it for a blender update: Please try to be consistent in mentioning the shortcuts. It is much harder to follow Gleb than it is to follow Aidy because of him omitting spoken shortcuts frequently. Imho repetition is key here.
It is an avoidable complication in an otherwise great course.
dirge0matic 3 months ago
I think this is an excellent product for anyone trying to learn blender modeling in general. the only major criticism I have is sometimes the videos move extremely fast not giving a new starter much time to follow along which requires a lot of rewinding and rewatching. other than that though id says this is a great self-contained course for beginners.
Dr Tyrell 4 months ago
This course has changed my entire game. The incredible duo are clearly some of the more direct well explained instructors I've ever had during a self-teaching exercise. There is no messing around, and yet they have a flow that natural to your own capabilities. HIGHLY recommend.
Ponte Ryuurui 7 months ago
The original tutorial was great, and the most recent update to 2.8 is fucking great. Tons of tips, really useful ones as well, great explanations, a no-brainer purchase for any serious hard surface modeller.
Gerard 10 months ago
Had doubts on buying the course since I didn't want to spend my savings BUT BOY IT WAS WORTH IT. This, HOps and Boxcutter helped me boost my skills in a short amount of time. Side
Here's a break down:
- Side A is very easy to follow and is very informative in techniques and corrections
- Side A also give you more insight on the different areas of Hard surface modeling
- Side B is quite difficult to follow but it's a lot of fun
So in short, no regrets
delazouch 11 months ago
Well, the guide, Beginner to Expert, WOW.... the support out of this world. if you think to know blender very well some things in here will remind you of things you have forgotten, I tried this in #blender2.8 and it worked (must have pie menus running) this will be and should be a classic corse over time as it will work for the next 10+ years.
Cany wait for the next course these two put together. thanks
Gustav Nilsson 11 months ago
A very good course that explains the different techniques available when doing hard surface modelling in Blender. There is only one thing that stops this from being a 5-star course in my opinion; in the Side B-part, I think the instructors a bit too often just tell the viewer what they are doing, instead of motivating why they are doing it. This means that a lot of the narration doesn't add to the learning, since they just state what is already visible by the actions in the video.
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