Udemy – Vector Displacement in Blender


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Udemy - Vector Displacement in Blender
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 6 lectures (3h) | Size: 2.4 GB
Get ready for Nodevember 2021! Embrace the dark arts of Blender shader nodes

What you’ll learn:
Vector Displacement in Blender
Basic knowledge of Blender and Blender shader nodes
Last version of Blender installed
Get ready for Nodevember 2021! Embrace the dark arts of Blender shader nodes with this Procedural Vector Displacement course.
Welcome to my Vector Displacement Course. I decided to create this course because I found there was no full workflow information and there’s a lot of people wanting to participate in Nodevember and be able to create this almost magical objects in Blender. My creations in Nodevember 2020 got a lot of attention and I decided to put together a course to explain step by step how this magic works, how we can displace simple shapes into way more complex creations, how to add shading and animate them.
I have 2 years of experience on my YouTube and Twitter accounts doing tutorials for a combined 20.000 followers, but this is my first paid course so if you have any suggestions or requests, please let me know.
Here is the content of the course:
-Preparation: How to prepare your file to work with VD
-What is Vector Displacement and how does it work
-Different ways to displace your object:
Move, Scale, Stretch, Rotate, Twist, Flatten, Cube to Sphere, Sphere to 2 Spheres, 2 to 4, How to split into multiple shapes, and more
-How to add shading to your VD
-How to animate VD
-The complete workflow to get the best results
VIDEOS 04, 05 & 06
-practical follow along exercise: Cube to Egg animation
-Blend file with my Cube to Egg animation
Almost 3 hours duration
*Basic Blender & Blender Nodes knowledge is required*
Who this course is for
Blender users