rocketwolf

2 answers · asked · Lesson: Basic Block-Out · Course: Art of Sculpting

Exactly how is this a "lesson" in anything when you fail to mention 90% of the key presses and naming the tools you are u...

Exactly how is this a "lesson" in anything when you fail to mention 90% of the key presses and naming the tools you are using? You aren't teaching anything, you have a captive audience watching you sculpt and leaving out any "teaching" in the process.
  • crew
    I'm sorry you didn't learn anything from this lesson. We try to preface users about the difficulty level of a lesson, as noted by the "Difficulty" dots above the author block on the right side of this page. 3 Dots means 'advanced' which also means viewers are expected to already know how to use Blender. Therefore I'm intentionally not teaching button presses but teaching workflow instead. If you're new to sculpting and/or Blender, I recommend these courses: https://cgcookie.com/course/blender-basics/ https://cgcookie.com/course/fundamentals-of-digital-sculpting/
  • For us familiar with Blender this is exactly how it needs to be taught. I really do not need to know exactly what button he pressed, waste of time. Technique is important here. There are ton of fundamentals tutorials for that purpose.