Section 1 Lesson 11 - End of Section Challenge

cbc_s01_basic_object_transformation

#1

I’m not sure if I’m supposed to post this here, or in someone else’s thread, but I thought I’d make a thread just for this assignment. Please feel free to add your screenshots to this post!

End of Section Challenge:

  • Create a Cube, Cylinder, and Cone.

  • Place these on top of one another.

  • Create 4 3D Editor Windows.

  • Persp, Ortho, Front, and Top.

  • Take a screenshot and share in Discussions!


#2

This is the right spot! I like your artistic take on the challenge :smiley:


#3

looks good!

you should change the title to “Section 1 lecture 11” :smiley:


#4

This is my castle. It’s pretty simple, but I believe I grasped the idea of moving things about.


#5

Thanks for the suggestion! I edited the title :slight_smile:


#6

Alright! Here is mine:


I have just realized I did not use rotation at all. What gave me the most trouble was correctly aligning stuff. I guess you can just snap objects together, but it will have to wait until the next sections. I did find an Align widget, but I could not understand how it works. Nice work, everyone!


#7

I got a little carried away, I was having so much fun! Really enjoying learning with the Udemy course so far, eager to learn a lot more, I would love to come back to my first Blender creation at the end of the course and see how I could improve on it and make it look awesome!


#8

Holy ****, this is awesome! Did you have any prior knowledge?


#9

Kind of, sort of, but not really, this is the only other thing Ive done in Blender following a very detailed tutorial that really took it step by step so you couldnt really mess up.


#10

Oooh, would you mind sharing that tutorial?


#11

Love the robot! This is so fun! Great job!


#12

It took me like 3 or 4 hours with a lot of mistakes and problem solving haha

Low Poly Mountain Range Tutorial


#13

Really cool robot Calvin!

This is my screenshot. A simple castle wall or something.
Looking forward to learn more.


#14

Here is mine Its an Ice-cream!!!


#15

Hahah I love this little guy, totally worth keeping him and using him in an animation project later on!


#16

Mine is pretty simple. I’ve been thinking tropical lately and made some beach-y bar tables.


#17

OK I learned a lot and had a lot of fun learning to use Blender. Here is my assignment.


#18

This should look sllightly like a japanese pagoda. Hope you can see that


#19

Here is my castle creation for Section 1 Lesson 1.

Yes, my screen may look a bit different than others since I know enough about Blender to be dangerous! I feel I need a much firmer foundation than I currently have. I have my preferences set to a theme and those settings I most often use. I have found the timeline just annoys me to no end; thus, I prefer the UV editor in it’s place.


#20

I’ve learned that is is best to extend yourself a little in the challenges (but nit too much; that is for the next section). My initial thoughts were too complicated. I settled on a table saw. :relaxed: