August 26, 2008 Archives
Introduction to tools:
The first three are open source software (free for anyone to use). Flash is an expensive commercial product that is available in several computer labs at SHU.
If you're curious,
- you can take a look at EL405 projects from 2006 (the page is slow to load).
- Here's my final reflection on that course.
Hands-on with Blender3D.
- 10-Minute Crash Course
- More Detailed Overview
- If we have time, try SuperBoy's Blender tutorials on YouTube.
Dennis G. Jerz on Blender3D Tutorial: The tutorials should be in an EL405 directory, und
Jeremy Barrick on Blender3D Tutorial: Why can't we just download the tutorials on our ow
Daniella Choynowski on Blender3D Tutorial: where is the tutorial on the computers in the lab?
Dennis G. Jerz on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: Yes, we'll practice in class before the due date.
Daniella Choynowski on Ex 1-2: Practice Screencast: I hope we're learning how to do this on tuesday? o
Dennis G. Jerz on Ex 1-1: Goals Statement: Let me know if you still have trouble. Other stude
Jeremy Barrick on Ex 1-1: Goals Statement: Dr. Jerz, are you going to open up a slot on turni