Blender for Illustration  

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For personal use and one commercial project (up to 2,000 sales or 20,000 views).

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20Report| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 12 months ago
Hi, I have several learning disabilities (Autism and ADHD) and I can tell you right now that Sam Carr makes Blender easy to understand even for me. I used to be primarily a 2D artist and I thought 3D modelling was too hard for me, but having spent less than an hour watching and learning (admittedly, using the videos as a reference as I'm a bit too dumb to learn the shortcuts just yet) I have absolutely improved beyond what I thought I was capable off. If Artstation allows, this is my first venture into Blender: https://i.gyazo.com/8478d44112ca4b6ad84ea1a56dbdfab2.png This is the same "idea" but after one hour (5 lessons) of Sam Carr's tutorial and 12 hours just playing around with a square mesh: https://i.gyazo.com/838cca1d07136c580cd47f9f5e05ba1e.png Thank you Sam Carr, you've opened this world of creativity for me and I'm almost unable to tear my concentration away from Blender to post this review, thank you so much!
12 months ago
This is so awesome to hear, and the model looks great! Thanks for the kind words and keep it up :D
20Report| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | over 1 year ago
Perfect for illustrators looking to get into blender
20Report| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | almost 2 years ago
Bloody love this tutorial! Sam has a very calm and lowkey way of explaining what´s going on at any given time in the tutorial, which makes it easy to follow along. I use Blender for adjusting or exporting models for another software, but never actually use Blender for creating scenes or rendering, since the UI and overall concept seems counter-intuitive and complex. The good news (for me, and potentially others), is that Sam´s tutorial helps demystify Blender and makes it pretty easy to understand how it works. So, if you´re like me and find Blender useful but haven´t had the time or energy to really get to know the software, this tutorial will really help you get into it very quickly.
almost 2 years ago
Thanks for the kind words Lasse! So happy that this tutorial was helpful for you.

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