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HDRI Lighting in Blender 3D (Free Video Course)

In this free video course, you will learn how to do HDRI Lighting in Blender 3D, from the words and experience of a great professional in this field.

Tree Cutouts and Skies for Renders

* And yes, you can unsubscribe easily at the moment you want.

The course is almost two hours long of video tutorials for beginners, and the package includes the project files for the exercises, free resources, and other useful things.

If you ever dreamed about knowing how to illuminate 3d scenes using the so famous HDRIs, I warn you not to dream any more and download the free course. You don’t need to have a lot of experience, as the author uses a clear method of reaching out the students, so I don’t think you will have problems with that.

HDRI Lighting in Blender 3D - Iluminación con HDRIs en Blender

I already downloaded and watched this course, and I’m sure that nowhere did I learn as much as in these video tutorials; in fact, I couldn’t even believe that it was free for all the people.

This course is courtesy of a famous 3d artist, famous in YouTube and also famous for the quality of his tutorials, his name is Gleb Alexandrov from Creative Shrimp, and he’s pretty talented at teaching Blender 3D to beginners.

Download the course at the button below. The full course is almost 2 hours of video, resources and other things with a total of 4.6 gigs (just to have an idea of ​​the quality of the course). Pay what you want for it, from $0, and if you want, you can help the author with something. (This course is in English).

HDRI Lighting in Blender 3D is something that always interested me when I was a newbie, and I wish I had found something like this when I started moving to Blender, but hey, subscribe for free to my blog x3dRoad and share this page with all your friends. They will appreciate it, I’m sure of that. Goodbye.

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