Cubic worlds is just that. This course teaches you how to build and animate beautiful low poly 3D scenes from scratch, in a distinct style, using only free tools.
Creating stunning 3D animations can be a very complex and time-consuming task.
With Cubic Worlds we are going for a simplified "LEGO" approach, we build everything using only cubes, combined with advanced animation and rendering techniques.
It’s time to impress your friends and followers with your beautiful 3D animated stories.
Learn how to work with the common Cubic Worlds workflows and preset files.
9 videos | ~1:17 hrs running time
Here we are going through the building process of our first Cubic Worlds scene, by creating all the assets and putting it together.
31 videos | ~3:43 hrs running time
Here we are learning different workflows to bring our Cubic Worlds scene to life, by animating the objects and adding particle systems.
19 videos | ~2:27 hrs running time
Here we will enhance the final look of the scene with compositing effects and learn how to render out a final animation using EEVEE and Cycles.
13 videos | ~1:53 hrs running time
Here we will learn the basics of video editing in Blender, by adding a logo and text animation on top of the rendered animation. Additionally, composer and sound designer Richard Albert, will teach you how to add sound and music to your 3D animations.
13 videos | ~1:24 hrs running time
Learn how to create and rig Cubic Worlds characters and animals. We will also dig into Constraints and Drivers.
23 videos | ~3:50 hrs running time | Updated in September 2021
Learn how to create and rig Cubic Worlds robots and vehicles. We will also learn about Grease Pencil to draw modeling references in 3D space.
26 videos | ~3:45 hrs running time | Added in November 2021
Learn all important basics on how to animate low poly human characters in Blender. We will create looping animations, use video references, combine modular animations, bake animations and much more.
17 videos | ~2:20 hrs running time | Added in February 2022
Get insights on how more complex Cubic Worlds scenes were created. This addition will be free for all existing customers.
It’s a big YES, if you are mainly interested in storytelling with 3D art and not so much in advanced modeling or sculpting.
Even though this course uses a lot of simplified techniques, it is definitely not a beginner course, and you should know your way around Blender to fully enjoy it.
The best way to start is our Blender Launch Pad course, which you can grab at the checkout at a special price.
At least, you should finish our free Blender Beginners course.
Here is what you'll get: