About 'Your First Materials'!

In this video (objectives)…

  1. Add a material to your object.
  2. Look over the properties a material can have.
  3. Understand this is the default principal shader.

After watching (learning outcomes)…

You will be able to add materials to your mesh objects, adding colour to your model.

(Unique Video Reference: 5a_GG_CBC)

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  • What you found good about this lecture?
  • What we could do better?

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Hi Michael. This lecture is currently just 2 seconds long - assuming that something has gone wrong since the rest of this new section appears complete.

Taking a look now

Re-Uploading now, looks like Udemy ate it!

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looks good now, thanks!

Had to add some work to be able to give it 3 materials

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That is looking really good. Amazing how much can be done with primitives.

  • What you found good about this lecture?
    I liked the step by step materials explanation. I am eager to learn what other ‘materials’ can be added besides colors?

  • What we could do better?
    This may only be for Blender, but having several selected objects, all with orange borders, there are a couple instances depending on the materials color, that the borders (whether light or dark for currently selected) can be difficult to decipher.

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