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Blender for Scientists | learn 3D scientific Illustration

Blender for Scientists | learn 3D scientific Illustration

Blender for Scientists | learn 3D scientific Illustration

Learn how to make 3D illustrations for your research paper using Blender

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What you'll learn
  • Fundamentals of Blender
  • How to use Blender for creating high-quality illustrations for your science researh paper and PhD / Masters theses
  • How to create illustration of protein structures
  • How to create basic 3D animations for science communication
  • Basics of Sculpting, Particle system, Modifiers
  • How to use pymol for creating 3d model of DNA
Description

If you are a science researcher, learning blender can totally change the way you communicate your science. Learning Blender is a life-time investement for a science student like you.

Blender is an open-source 3D illustration software. Which will help you to make any type of 3D illustrations you want for communicating your research. This course is designed for absolute beginners with no prior knowledge of using 3D softwares. This course will enable you to start using blender through different hands-on scientific illustration projects.

The course starts by installing blender. Then you will learn all the fundamentals of using blender. How to navigate, user interface, basic tools and shortcuts. Then you will learn how to do basic 3D modeling, how to add colors to your 3D models, how to add background colors and then finally how to render high quality 3D illustrations which you can use in your research paper, thesis or presentation.

We have different projects in this course for you to finish. Which will be fun to do. First project 'Illustration of SARS-CoV-2 virus will make you familiarize with the steps involved in creating a publication ready illustration.

Then we have five more projects. All of them are discussing different tools, methods and ideas. So it is important to finish all projects to get maximum learning output from this course.

Happy learning! :)

Who this course is for:
  • PhD Students
  • Masters Students
  • Post-Doctoral Researchers
  • Lecturers, Faculties, Science Teachers
  • Science Illustrators
Instructor : Rafeeque Mavoor