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Course: Create a Cute Little Elephant Character

Learn how to create a cute little elephant character in Blender with Josh Maule.

Please welcome Josh Maule to Blender Cookie with his first tutorial on creating this cute scene of a little stuffed elephant and mouse.

In this Blender tutorial you will learn everything needed to put together this scene, including the modelingtexturinglighting and rendering.

Part 01 of this series covers all the modeling of the elephant character, the mouse, and the bag of peanuts.

Creating a Little Stuffed Elephant in Blender

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  1. Posts: 2
    Rafa Galiano says:

    Hi! when I try to separate the elephant’s trunk with split (min. 20:26 video) i hit Y key but don’t split. Later, if i move those edges they are still connected
    Then, to try, I’m gone to basic initial cube, make some cuts and works.
    But if i make split with a cube with subdivision, when i split and move edges, they move alone, no with their connected faces. I have a circle of edges separates. What is the difference?

    It would be easier to explain if I could post pictures 😛

    I hope you understand me because my english is not very good

    Thanks in advance 😉

  2. Posts: 4
    evilmp says:

    I am stuck on the creating the burlap because many of the options you ticked in this version of blender are no longer there. I even tried moving it into the internal blender render like you had yours and nothing. The wood noise is not displaying at all without having your options enabled. I am not even sure of a work around under this new blender build which is pretty amazing.

  3. Posts: 1
    frikkr says:

    I want to make a teddy bear model similar to this, but use it for animations, im fairly new to blender and am just wondering if I created my bear, using this tutorial, could the model then be used for animation in blender?
    I was thinking of creating it with this tutorial and then moving over to one like the piero tutorial to learn how to animate it into a scene, is this a silly idea?
    Also I realise that the way a bear would move if it were to come to life, its body would behave and move differently due to its stuffing and lack of skeleton. I want to make it as realistic as possible movement wise so I am a bit stuck as how to go about this………
    I appreciate any guidance with my question.
    Thank you

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