Making a 3D Object Follow Another 3D Object in Blender

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a 3D object follow another 3D object in Blender! Perhaps you may have wondered how to make your 3D models stick on, or follow, another 3D object. For example, you may have wondered how to make a hat model stick on to your character model, even if he moves. You may …

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How To Switch Cameras in a Blender Animation

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Sometimes one camera is not enough and you want to work with 2 or more cameras in a scene. This tutorial will teach you how to switch between cameras during an animation in Blender. If you’ve ever put on the director’s shoes and want to showcase your new animation with awesome cinematography, you may have come across a small problem: …

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Animating a Bouncing Ball in Blender

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Learn how to animate a bouncing ball in Blender in this beginner tutorial! Before we can go and do character animation, it’s important that we know a bit more about some of the animation controls in Blender as well as apply some of that 12 principles that we learnt earlier. In this tutorial, you will learn how to animate a …

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Blender Animation Tutorial for Beginners!

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If you’re completely new to animation in Blender, this blender animation tutorial will help you get started. Hopefully by the end of this tutorial, you will be able to go into Blender and animate something! Animating in Blender is actually surprisingly easy. If you want to make a box move from point A to another point B in 3 seconds, …

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Popeye – 3D animated teaser

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Popeye is back! The new trailer for the upcoming film looks awesome! The style looks very interesting, it’s photorealistic yet very very cartoony (is that even possible?). I’ve rarely ever seen animated films with this kind of style. The animation of the characters are also very cartoony and resembles that of the original cartoon series. The team that made this …