Leider scheinen alle Bücher von Allan Brito und Blender 2.8 die folgenden Merkmale aufzuweisen...schade !!
Das Cover verspricht Farbe, aber Bilder sind leider nur Graustufenbilder also graue 3D Elemente auf grauem Hintergrund.
Zudem fehlt ein Stichwortregister zum nachschlagen.
Kurzgefasst, es ist ein Onlinetutorial in Paperbackform gepresst worden.
Das gute daran ist man hat einen großen Font benutzt den ich auch ohne Brille lesen kann.
Blender 2.8 for technical drawing: Render 2D drawings for architecture, engineering, and design Paperback – 19 November 2019
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Have you ever thought about using Blender 2.8 to create technical drawings? With the Blender 2.8 for technical drawing book, you will learn the techniques and tools required to render your objects as if it was a drawing coming from CAD software. In Blender, you will find a set of tools and options that will allow you to add strokes and styles to objects, which will look like all types of technical drawings.In the book, you will find all the steps necessary to create a floor plan design from scratch. Each chapter has step by step instructions on how to set up units and work with precision drawings to build walls, windows, and doors. Later you will even add dimension lines to the objects in Blender.Besides using Blender 2.8 to create technical drawings like a floor plan, you will also create true isometric renders from 3D objects, which also works as a technical drawing.Here is a list of what you will learn in the Book: - How to start with Blender for technical drawing- Navigation and selection shortcuts- Using orthographic views for technical drawing- Drawing objects in 2D- Precision drawing options and units settings- Shading modes for 2D drawing- How to render lines for technical drawing- Working with Collections- Drawing a floor plan- Creating the walls- Making curved walls- Working with doors and windows- Preparing the floor plan for rendering- Creating doors and arcs- Importing CAD blocks- Converting CAD blocks to use in Blender- Cleaning up CAD blocks for FreeStyle- Adding annotations for technical drawing- Materials for annotations- Working with View Layers- Composing View Layers- Creating dimension lines- Expanding dimension lines with the Snap- Creating architectural symbols- Creating an Isometric render- Rendering to SVG- Saving SVG files- Working with multiple camerasThe book uses version 2.81 of Blender, and you can download all project files to keep follow every step described in the book. No previous experience with Blender is necessary to start making technical drawings.
- Publisher : Independently Published (19 November 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 274 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1709481714
- ISBN-13 : 978-1709481710
- Dimensions : 19.05 x 1.57 x 23.5 cm
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Very good tutorialReviewed in the United States on 7 November 2020
Very methodically written. This book isn’t especially about architectural modeling, which I dislike doing in blender, than about setting up renderings, shading, lighting and materials. Blender is awesome but the interface is not easy.