Imagine sculpting virtual masterpieces, but instead of clay, using a computer to create three-dimensional wonders. It's like playing with digital Lego, where each piece is meticulously crafted to bring imagination to life.
LAMP Light bulb by Jack
Welcome to the vibrant universe of Blender – software that’s as versatile as a Swiss army knife for 3D artists. Think of it as the paintbrush, and the computer screen is the canvas. This is what students have been experimenting with recently.
Blender provides a platform where students can start with simple shapes – cubes, spheres, and cylinders. It's like giving them the building blocks to construct their digital dreams. Gradually, they move on to more complex forms, adding details that make their creations come alive.
Texture and Material Experiment by Elliot
In our Level 3 course in Games Design and Development students will learn to create 3D models in Blender and use them in their final game projects.
Plane Scene Animation by Angelique