Mastering Drivers



NEW Training DVD

Automate your objects without
having to write a bunch of code


Using Blender 2.7

Master drivers and create awesome things



Most Blender users have never heard of drivers, and if they have, they think it is too difficult to understand.

This is a real shame, because drivers are one of the most powerful parts of Blender. They allow us to automate work, and create really awesome things without having to write lots of code!


6 hours of High Quality Tutorials


Learn what drivers are, how they work and what you can do with them.
Together we will create different automatic objects that would have seemed like magic before!

And don’t worry if it looks very hard, we will go through everything step by step, making it easy to understand.


Watch all the free tutorials below!

DVD Contents

Introduction  Free


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Preparation  The Basics of Shape Keys  Free


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Preparation  The Basics of Modifiers  Free


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Preparation  The Basics of Armatures  Free


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Preparation  The Basics of Constraints  Free


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Preparation  The Basics of Drivers  Free


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Main Tutorial  Ladder  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 42:56)

Main Tutorial  Analog Clock  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 30:12)

Main Tutorial  Digital Clock  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 39:08)

Main Tutorial  Simple Domino  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 28:41)

Main Tutorial  Spider in Terrain  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 47:18)

Main Tutorial  Advanced Domino  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 53:46)

Main Tutorial  Glass of Water  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 52:53)

Wrapping Up  Linking and Appending  Sample


Buy the DVD to watch the full tutorial (Length 34:36)

What people think


Explore Blender has helped me understand drivers more than any other source.

Dale, @klikmaker

Really great videos and very professional.

Aditia A. Pratama

Nifty and easy to understand despite being very powerful.

S.J. Bennett


Very clear and easy to understand instructions for (in my opinion) one of the most confusing parts of Blender.

Erroll

Excellent ... Time to blow my mind again.

Alex Silver


It is so good that I already recommended it to a few of my closest friends.

Lightbwk
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FAQ

Is this Training DVD for beginners?

You won't learn the absolute basics of Blender in this Training DVD, so you need to have used it before. But you don't need to be an expert!

My advice is to watch the free tutorials and see if you feel like you keep up. If so, you know enough!
Is it available on disc?

Sorry, no. It is only available as stream and download.
How many times can I stream/download it?

As many times as you want for a minimum of two years after purchase.

Please note that the website might not always be available if technical problems occur.

If someone is obviously abusing the streaming/download, the user will get blocked, but a normal user doesn't have to worry about this.
What is ExploreBlender.com?

ExploreBlender.com is a website by me,
Gustav Nilsson, that sells Digital Training DVDs that helps you explore Blender's feature set and improve your skills.

My goal is to create the best possible training, with detailed planning, well-written scripts and careful editing.
What products do you offer?

The website has just launched so it currently only offers one Training DVD - Automatic Objects in Blender.

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