What do I get when I pre-order?
You get full access to all the videos currently available, and new videos will be posted as soon as they are completed.
When the last video has been posted, the pre-order period is over and the prices will be raised.
What will I learn?
The main focus of this Training DVD is learning how to use drivers, a very powerful tool for automating different tasks and reducing manual work.
Along the way, you will also learn a lot of other things that is needed when creating automatic objects.
Watch the free videos to get a good sense of all the different tools we will be using!
Is this Training DVD for beginners?
You won't learn the absolute basics of Blender in this Training DVD, so you need to have used it before. But you don't need to be an expert!
My advice is to watch the free videos and see if you feel like you keep up. If so, you know enough!
How long is the DVD?
All main tutorials has not been recorded yet, so I don’t know the final runtime.
My estimate is that the final DVD will be close to 6 hours, but hopefully I can get it down to under 5 hours.
My goal is always to deliver the same knowledge in the shortest amount of time (while of course remaining a good pacing).
Is it available on disc?
Sorry, no. It is only available as stream and download.
How many times can I stream/download it?
As many times as you want for a minimum of two years after purchase.
Please note that the website might not always be available if technical problems occur.
If someone is obviously abusing the streaming/download , the user will get blocked, but a normal user doesn't have to worry about this.
What is ExploreBlender.com?
ExploreBlender.com is a website by me, Gustav Nilsson, that sells Digital Training DVDs that helps you explore Blender's feature set and improve your skills.
My goal is to create the best possible training, with detailed planning, well-written scripts and careful editing.
What products do you offer?
The website has just launched so it currently only offers one Training DVD - Automatic Objects in Blender.
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