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Blender 3D Modeling Workshop

Dallas Makerspace

Weekly Event - Every Monday: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CST)

Dallas, TX

Blender 3D Modeling Workshop

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NOTE Please buy March 3rd Ticket it will be used for the following dates.

What: Blender Modeling Training

When: First 4 Monday in March

Where: at the Dallas Makerspace in the LadyBird Classroom

Week 1 March  3rd 7-9 PM
Week 2 March 10th 7-9 PM
Week 3 March 17th 7-9 PM
Week 4 march 24th 7-9 PM
Who: Beginners in Blender
     Limit of 8 people

Cost 40 Dollars for 4 classes
        35 dollars for Makerspace Members

Software Details: 

Blender is a free Open source modeling, animation and rendering package. It allows you to create detailed 3D models for use in 3D Printing, animations and Video Games. 

Class Details:
The course will cost 40 dollars for 4 weeks. There is a 5 dollar discount for Dallas Makerspace members.

There are no refunds and you must pay for the entire 4 sessions at, or before the first class. 

The class will be limited to 8 people. So that everyone can follow along.

A laptop and a three button mouse are required to take the class. If you need a laptop to use please notify me in advance.

Prerequisites: Please watch the intro videos

Download and install the software here.

Course Details:
Week 1: Basics of Modeling
        Modeling Nuts and Bolts

Week 2: Finish Nuts and Bolts
        Introduction to Cycles Rendering

Week 3: Guitar Modeling

Week 4: Finish Guitar Modeling
        Create Animation Fly By

Have questions about Blender 3D Modeling Workshop? Contact Dallas Makerspace


Dallas Makerspace
2995 Ladybird Ln
Dallas, TX 75229


Dallas Makerspace

Dallas Makerspace is a membership based, 501(c)(3) non-profit, shared community workshop and laboratory, commonly known as ahackerspace.

We are an organized group of local artists, engineers, makers, creators, and thinkers who work together to collect tools and resources for our membership, whom could not otherwise afford, store, or use them individually.

We use these resources to collaborate on individual and community projects in order to promote science and technology, while working and experimenting on innovative ideas to encourage learning within our community.

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