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Blender 3D Beginners Guide to the Particle System

Blender 3D Beginners Guide to the Particle SystemBlender 3D Beginners Guide to the Particle System

 

Blender 3D Beginners Guide to the Particle System : Do you want to learn how to use the Particle System in Blender to create awesome renders or animations? Do you want to feel confident while using particles? By the end of this course you will have an understanding of the functions in the particle system. In the first couple sections we will be focusing on the settings and what each one does. Then we will move onto creating grass in Blender. Section 5 we will be taking a look at fluid particles. We will also be creating an animation using the fluid particles!

Section 6 we will be making an animation of low poly smoke. I am also giving away a train model to help sell the scene a little bit more.

Section 7 we will create realistic hair using the Particle System. I will be showing you exactly how to add in the hair, comb it into place and make it look good.

Learning Blender can be very hard when you first start that’s why I built this course for all levels beginner to advanced. I will be showing you step by step on what to do and why we do it. From the basics of modeling to advanced techniques like creating grass with particle systems.

Project Description

There are 4 different projects in this course that we create. The first project is how to create grass in Blender.

The second project is an animation of fluid particles. The render below is one of the frames in the animation.

After that we move onto an animation of Low Poly Smoke. We will be using a model of a train for this tutorial so make sure to download that here.

Next we will be learning how to create hair in Blender! This section is a little bit longer and more complex. I will be showing you step by step on how to add in the hair, comb it, and add a realistic material to it.

Finally the last section will be on the Smoke Flow. We will be creating a smoke simulation and then adding particles to it.

 

 

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