If you’re not familiar with Blender yet, I’m happy to introduce you. Blender is a free and open-source 3D creation set. Nowadays, Blender is used in books, animation, music videos, apps, and other platforms. If you want to create various 3D objects, compositions, simulations or even animations, you should try this Blender low-poly tutorial! But, in order to learn how to make a low-poly sword in Blender, you should first understand what low-poly is. Shortly, low-poly means that it has a relatively small number of polygons. Low-poly graphics has spread in 2013 and, even though it gained some traction from artists, it is now very often used in games creation.
You will learn how to make low-poly models in Blender with Kevin Liao from Mammoth Interactive. It’s perfect if you’re a beginner because you will be thoroughly introduced to Blender interface. This Blender sword tutorial is not only for artists or creative people, but it’s also for everyone who wants to gain new knowledge. If you’re not an artist, you can still create basic art designs.
If you’re a busy person, then you will like these compact courses on how to make a low-poly models in Blender. Compact courses are created to maximize productivity and learn new skills in a minimal time frame. It means that you won’t have to go through long courses and learn to create a low-poly sword in an afternoon.
So, everytime you've got a free afternoon, you should enroll in a compact course. Day-by-day you will collect new skills and won’t notice as your showcase will grow with each of the projects. One of these could be this Blender sword tutorial.
After this tutorial, you will know how to make a low-poly 3D sword. You will be able to use it in a variety of your projects. Moreover, you will know not one but five different ways of creating a low-poly sword!
During this Blender low-poly tutorial, you will learn to use the 3D Viewport in Blender so you can effectively view and navigate around objects in your scene, it will be useful in the future if you will want to continue to further tutorials on how to make low-poly models in Blender. Moreover, if you’re looking for better job possibilities, you’re going in the right direction. You will be able to create not one 3D sword, but 5 different 3D Blender swords in total. Each of them you will be able to put into your portfolio and, when the time comes, show to the future employer. They won't dare ask if you know how to make a sword in Blender, because your portoflio will speak for you.
In order to enroll in this course, you should make sure that your computer is capable of running Blender 2.78c or higher. Also, you should make sure to download and install Blender - it’s easy and free! Moreover, you should note that this low-poly tutorial is recorded on Mac, but you can use a PC.
So, spend no more time hesitating, take this course and learn how to make a low-poly sword in Blender!
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