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Monthly Memberships are $29.99 and include attendance to all of our workshops, the Sunday learning lab, and Friday Movie/Game nights!
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Non-member cost: $15
This workshop is also on a sliding scale and open to everyone regardless of the means to pay. If you are at all curious about Blender, or learning 3d/2d animation in-person, don’t hesitate just come join us!
Join us for this LIVE In-person Blender 3d Fluid Simulations Class/Demo
If you are a complete beginner to 3d animation or just want to brush up on your skills, this workshop is perfect for you! We’ll cover the basics of Blender, a powerful and popular 3d/2d animation software, and give you hands-on experience creating and rendering your own 3d fluid simulations. Or, if you’re just wanting to watch the demo without even using a laptop that is cool too! I created this project on a $300 budget laptop and designed the activities to take only 2 hours or less! Please see the video below for a sample of what we will be starting with!
OPEN TO BEGINNERS:
Can you draw a stick figure? Well then, you are qualified to attend this event! People who have taken this workshop find that there is a lot of information and hands-on learning. If you are feeling like you need additional help after class with some of the concepts, Daniel (TA and Co-host) will be available for virtual office hours.
Email for scheduling TA hours: firstname.lastname@example.org
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE:
Blender is cross-platform and runs equally well on Linux, Windows, and Mac computers. But before you arrive make sure your OS supports the latest version of Blender 3.6.5 LTS. Which can be downloaded here: https://www.blender.org/download/.
If you need a laptop or drawing tablet we have two spare lab computers, and three plug-in tablets that can be rented for use during the workshop.
WHAT IS BLENDER?
Blender is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, even video editing and game creation. Blender is licensed as GNU GPL, owned by its contributors. For that reason Blender is Free and Open Source software, forever.
How to Find Us:
Make your way to the entrance (in-between My Fathers Place and Slow Bar) and search for DIGITAL DABBLE on the door buzzer. We will be upstairs (follow the sign) PLEASE CALL FOR ASSISTANCE IF YOU NEED TO USE THE ELEVATOR.