Building the Tabernacle in Blender – self guided course

Course Syllabus/ Description

This self-guided course is exactly the same as the live “Modeling the Tabernacle in Blender” course, except you can do it at your own time and pace by working along with the recorded lesson videos.

Like my other Blender courses, this course too will keep to the most basic modeling tools so as not to overwhelm the students but to become confident in a very short time.
And yet we will learn to model a great variety of items with those basic tools.

We will be modeling the Tabernacle with everything that’s in it.
As the complexity of the models increases, you will learn how to handle more and more modeling challenges and will gain confidence as you progress.

Requirements:

You must have taken my free Blender Trial Lesson, available through this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BBpbY_gJyRncX4MpzINgoMSWu63s8kOb/view?usp=sharing

You need a good gaming laptop or a computer with a dedicated graphics card (Blender seems to prefer Nvidia cards).
A mouse with a scroll wheel is a must, tablets or a stylus of any kind are neither useful nor needed for this course.

How much does it cost?

Monthly Subscription (6 months) :
Payable through PayPal at the beginning of the month for the full month.
$25.00 U.S. per lesson video,
(Total $675.00 USD) or

One-time payment for the entire course:
$20.00 U.S. per lesson video.
(Total $540.00 USD).

The entire course consists of 27 Session videos plus the free trial lesson.
There will be no additional costs involved.

With any option you choose I will be available for one-on-one help if needed.

We will be modeling the following items:

The stone tablets
Table with the showbread
The wash basin
The altar for burnt offerings
The implements for the Altar for burnt offerings
The incense altar
The lampstand
The ark
The cherubs on the ark
The tabernacle tent
Lighting effects inside the tent
The surrounding screen,
Setting up and building an environment
A simple walkthrough camera animation

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