Blender 2.7 Tutorial #14 : Intro To Animation




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F. Nieman: I actually bought the Udemy course on this but somehow I wound up here listening to BornCG because this tutorial is also really excellent so far.

e75 system: You my GURU !!!

Virtual School: Thanks for posting the video. Very much in very less time. To the point and concise. Bundles of thanks. Liked and Subbed.

Ravi Kumar Prajapat: you are bestest

Alien Soup: Thanks for being concise and to the point. You hit all the important points without wasting time or running off into tangent ideas. Just enough to allow a beginner to make things happen. I can spend hours fumbling through the interface and manual looking for a control or a command, and you reveal it right where it is needed.

Shinique04: Yay! Finally made it to an animation one. *Wipes sweat off of my forehead*

Intorsus Volo: After 10 years of college and 12 years of sifting for tutorials, yours are the best and the only way I could make anything happen in Blender. Thank you! (:

DKSA: Thank you so much for this!

GreenCraftYT: 9:57 relateable i do it all the time

MOLDA: why is my animations on 1 object making animated all objects

Tahariel's: Excellent tuto, very clear. Thanks!

dandymcgee: You have to change the interpolation mode of the leading key frame. You changed the third (last) key frame to linear, but forgot to change the second (middle) key frame's interpolation mode to linear. That's why it seemed to only change "half".

Kerr Beeldens: Good video as usual! Got a problem again (not really related to the video). I'm trying to make a pop-up like animation for text and repeat this a few times over. I figured out I could use actions to make this less of a grind, but the actions keep absolute coordinates, while I want relative coords. Is there a way to make that possible?

Anurag Sharma: YOU ARE AWESOME BUDDY

Uyen Duong: thank !!!

Black Shibe: roses are red
violets are blue
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and it is true

T.S Buildings: Great introduction to animation helped me a lot however does the background stay grey or dose it change colour?

Vegan Jack Bauer: Hello, the interpolation does work! You have to select the 3 points (not just 1) of the Bezier curve, then change the mode to linear. You can select the 3 points at once using ctrl alt right click.
Great tutorials!

Don't Judge: I had zero experience , now I am a changed person 😂😂

Lukong: I really wish you did a quick recap of everything you did (I understand you already taught us) so I decided to go back on Tutorials , but using the fastest way to do it.
I was having trouble applying the material to multiple meshes at once until I remembered learning Parent and Child realize to apply it the same way.
Shift + Click over multiple Materials then > Material > only the last Mesh chosen changes.
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Blender 2.7 Tutorial #14 : Intro to Animation