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Crate Resource file Link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dgt8ijw4cqkr2qs/Crate%20Resources.zip?dl=0
In this tutorial, we will be creating a low pol crate simple scene. I will show you simple techniques to create a realistic crate using Blender 2.8. These crates are low enough polygons to use in any game including mobile games.
Skillshare Link to my courses: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/3D-Tudor-Neil-Bettison/9772436
Links to all my courses on Youtube see which one is right for you 🙂
Blender 2 8 Creating your First 3D Game Model Full Course
Blender 2 8 Free A Beginners Complete 3D Modelling Guide of Creating a Medieval Building Scene
Blender for Beginners Creating a Low Poly 3D Model Basic Complete Guide
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About The Channel
Hi and welcome to 3D Tudor on Youtube! I am Neil, the person behind 3D Tudor and I am a 3D modeling artist and online tutor. I tutor 3D modeling students and video game enthusiasts of all levels: beginners, intermediate 3D modeling learners, and advanced 3D modeling artists.
Many of the current Youtube tutorials about 3D modeling, game art and animation are long, and overly details, and often inflated with content to improve viewership numbers. Have you ever wanted quick and basic tutorials on how to do 3D model for games? 3D Tudor is here to provide you with a seamless transition to direct and to the point tutoring. My 3D Tudor YouTube channel’s purpose is to bring you quick, and to the point tutorials about 3D modeling. It is also dedicated to my personal 3D modelling projects from my work as a 3D Freelance Artist and keeps you up to date with my online courses on Udemy and Skillshare. I am also an online tutor, easily found by Google-ing 3D Tudor, and therefore feature the introductions to my online courses here. These Udemy or Skillshare introduction videos often feature discount links for 3D Tudor online 3D modelling courses, and they give you sneak peek into the exciting 3D modelling projects you can undertake. Please see my links to hire me from freelance work on Fiverr, to view my various shop pages on Artstation, Turbosquid, and CGTrader, or to enroll in my online courses on Skillshare and Udemy. I updated my 3D Tudor Youtube content regularly, so subscribe to get all my updates!
Have you ever wanted to build 3D models, assets, characters or scenes for games? I am excited about 3D modelling because the assets I will show you how to make will be ready to use for real video games. My Youtube channel and courses on Skillshare and Udemy all feature the 3D Tudor brand name and are designed to teach you the tools of 3D modelling. With my instruction, you will be supporting through learning how to use the all-new Blender 2.8, Substance Painter, Unity, Unreal Engine 4 (UE4), Topogun, Houdini, Zbrush, and Maya. My tutorials and courses feature texturing, UV-unwrapping, re-topology and everything there is to know about 3D modelling and basic animations. You will see that 3D Tudor tutorials on Youtube and online courses on Skillshare and Udemy will show you how to use lighting in your scene, and how to render day or night scenes. Most of the 3D modelling we will do together will be in Blender 2.8 and below, and for 3D models that are sculpted, we will be using Zbrush. I am proficient in both Blender and Zbrush, and through my 6 years of 3D modelling experience for games, I have built high-poly and low-poly assets and characters. My courses and tutorials are also there to show you the basics of animation for low-poly games using Blender 2.8 and below. I am very excited about computer games arts and I believe that the 3D modelling software that we have available on our fingertips will give you and me the tools to work together to make many game-ready 3D assets, models, and characters – using Blender 2.8, Substance Painter, Unity, Unreal Engine 4 (UE4), Topogun, Houdini, Zbrush, and Maya.