Second Life Blender Tutorials

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LOD, Texturing, Basic creation, precise builds, ...
We have created a few tutorials for sculptie creation and beyond
using Domino Marama's 'sculpted prim scripts'.
The URLs are (in logical order):
VIDEO OVERVIEW PAGE:
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/video-tutorials/
1.) INSTALLING BLENDER
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/07/12/the-blender-installation-guide/
2.) THE BLENDER PRIMER
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/08/24/the-blender-primer/
3.) SCULPTED PRIMS
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/05/12/blender-sculptie-creation/
4.) SURFACE TEXTURES FOR SCULPTED PRIMS
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/05/12/blender-surface-textures/
5.) TEXTURIZING WITH MULTIPLE IMAGES
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/09/01/texturizing-with-multiple-images/
6.) THE BLENDER NODE EDITOR (Part I: Introduction)
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/07/09/blender-node-editor-intro/
7.) HIGH PRECISION SCULPTED PRIMS (LOD)
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/06/04/precision_sculpties_lod/
8.) THE ARCH EXAMPLE (precision sculpties with blender)
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/06/16/the-arch-example/
9.) FROM PLANE TO CUBE (crisp edges with no effort)
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2009/09/23/from-plane-to-cube-with-no-effort/
10.) SCULPTED PRIMS FOR THE BLENDER PURIST
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/07/14/sculpted-prims-for-the-blender-purist/
11.) FROM NURBS TO SCULPTIE
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2008/08/10/from-nurbs-to-sculptie/
12.) CREATE A CUBE WITH MULTIRES
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2009/04/25/cubes/#more-531/
13.) CREATE A CLOSED CYLINDER WITH SUBSURF AND CREASE
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2009/04/28/cylinders/#more-539/
14.) IMAGES WITH ALPHA CHANNEL
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2009/06/03/images-with-alpha-channel/
15.) 2 IN 1 (multiple objects in one sculpty)
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2009/08/14/2-in-1-multiple-objects-with-one-single-sculpty/
16.) I-Beams (Create sharp edges using Oblongs)
http://blog.machinimatrix.org/2009/09/07/892/
The Blog contains both videos and textual version of the tutorials.
We appreciate any feedback and ... any suggestions for improving and for
more tutorials are very welcome.
have fun

Second Life Blender Tutorials Youtube

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Second life blender tutorials youtube
I searched for half an hour to find the Record button and the shape slider. Can you precise i little more, where i could find them or better said: how i can get to them?
Ok, ok... five minutes more and i found the answers myself...:
i found the shape sliders and can manipulate the avatar mesh ...
1.) in the outliner window: select 'avatar'
2.) in the 3D view right click on the avatar element, you want to shape
TutorialsSecond Life Blender Tutorials3.) ensure, that you are in object mode.
4.) selecte the edit buttons (F9)
5.) In the far right you find the shape keys. click on the arrow keys to open the shape slider.
6.) at the bottom of the outliner window you find the recording system. drag it up, so that you can see it better.
7.) now click in to the canvas of the recording window. You will set the keyframe. At each keyframe manipulate the shape sliders to your taste.
8.) After you have set several keyframes, each with different shape slider values, you can play your animation (hit the play button) Watch what happens in the 3D window.
... ok, thats amazing... thats wonderfull ... Now everything i ever wanted to make with
an avatar mesh in blender can be done yeahhhh!!! ...
Now... what is the intention ? Making animation videos ? making animated sculpties ? or just knowledge transfer ?
where to go from here ?
My very crucial first and biggest question now:

Second Life Blender Tutorials Pdf

How can i export the body parts as sculpties ?

Second Life Blender Tutorials Easy


If that is solved, heaven is near