In the blog i talked about the usefulnes of buying courses or subscribing to learning resiurces, this video explains why.
Most important youtube channels.
Official youtube channel for blender.
Here you can find free tutorials, a complete blender beginner series, blender shorts, recorded videos from the blender conference and more. If you are an absolute beginner you should go watch the beginners series. You dont need to watch the whole series to start modelling, watch videos in whatever order you would like.
Cgcookies youtube channel.
Probably the best channel i know about. They upload old courses that er not published on their subscription based website anymore. You can find something for all levels, and you would be a fool for not checking it out!
Blender Guru ( Andrew Price)
Andrew Price is one of the most well know`n blender capasities. His channel has free tutorials for all levels as well as interwievs and cg stuf. This is probably the most visited youtube channel for blender tutorials. Just like the beginner series mentioned above, this channels beginner playlists are another great place to start. ". Blender guru" is also a website with podcasts and articles about cg stuf.
A great channel with exciting tutorials and cg related stuf. There is also tutorials that takes on subjects that can be used with 3D modeling, like using greenscreens or video scanning.
Gleb Aleksandrov is a know`n capacity in the blender community. His channel has tutorials, quicktips and related stuf. Nowadays he is creating courses for sale so he is not as active as he used to be. Nevertheless, he pops up with a video every once in a while. I consider his tutorials more advanced, but you can take a look at it and save for later.
This channel has free tutorials of different level. The tutor goes slow and explains as he advances. Its a must for beginners. It also has tutorials for other software like Gimp and Inkscape.
While crating courses for sale, his channel is stuffed with great free tutorials. You can model a several character or a car as well as tons of other models.
While making courses for sale this channel has alot of good videos for different topics, as well as some modelling tutorials. A must for someone who are trying to find all the relevant stuff.
"MrSorbias" create tutorials that follows the pipeline. He modells, then he does the shading and texturing and then the rendering. Not sure if i have seen any compositing but i wouldnt be surprised.
A channel with a variety of topics. Modelling, shading and texturing, sculpting and more. Worth taking a look at unless you are way past the beginner/intermediate level already.
Last on this list is Sardi Pax. Like Tutor4u this channel contains free tutorials of diferent level.
Explanation is thoroughly done.
These are the top channels that i recommend. There are more channels i want to show however. There are different reasons to why they are not on the top list. They might not have a high number of tutorials or they havent uploaded in a while. Here are a some channels that are too good to ignore.
Blender for noobs
This channel helped me alot when i was starting out. I considered putting it on the top list, but because there havent been new uploads in quite sometime i decided to put it here.
I havent watched too many videos on this channel, but what i have seen is very good. There seems to be mostly timelapses, so if you are an absolute beginner you might want to avoid this channel for now. When that i said, if only for inspiration this channel is really worth it.
Not the channel with the coolest tutorials, but Alimayo has his own style. The tutorials are abit long, but who cares when there is soooo much to learn. This is a channel for those who needs things to go slow.