Rigging and Animating Low Poly FPS Arms in Blender paid course free. You will Learn how to rig and animate low poly style FPS arms from scratch using Blender 2.9.
- Creating advanced rigs in Blender 2.9
- 3D Animation in Blender 2.9
- Animation basics and theory
- 3D Rigging Basics
- Basics of Blender tools and workspaces
- Basic skinning methods
Rigging and Animating Low Poly FPS Arms in Blender Course Requirements
- PC with internet connection
- Good computer skills
- Previous experience working with Blender is a plus
Rigging and Animating Low Poly FPS Arms in Blender Course Description
Blender is a powerful 3D software that allows you to create all content such as 3D models, animations, platforms, etc. It also bundles tools for exporting content to game engines such as Unity and Unreal Engine, making it ideal for game development select. In this course, you will learn to create an advanced FPS platform suitable for game development and rendering from scratch.
This process is fully explained in this step-by-step style course, and all source files are included for easy follow-up and understanding of how it is done. This course is divided into five different parts. We start with an introduction course, then we continue to create a platform for weapons and weapons, and finally we will create animations such as shooting, reloading, walking, etc.!
The course content is as follows: Download and install Blender 2.9 Create a low-polygon 3D model platform Create a gun model for the platform Create a low-polygon 3D model an advanced arm platform Create a model optimization platform for the ARM platform Create a model optimization platform for the animation workflow Set up animation workspace creation in Blender Different methods of workflow during animation.
Use the graphics editor to create beautiful animations. Create FPS animations suitable for game development (such as shooting, reloading, walking, idle). Along the way, I will show you some of the tips and tricks I have learned. It also explains how this process works.
Who this course is for:
- Aspiring 3D animators
- Intermediate Blender users
- Blender users looking to learn 3D animation and rigging
- Aspiring game developers