How to turn a simple cube into a complicated mess using Blender
Blender is amazing. It allows you to create stunning artwork, but a lot of people are afraid of the steep learning curve. It’s true, especially for beginners, that Blender is often a little bit of overwhelming. There are so many functions, or let’s say possibilities, so it can be hard to get started and to create something cool with it. But sometimes you just need to try things out, just be curious and don’t fear crashes :-)
These pictures below are an example: It’s just the well-known Blender-Startup-Cube with four(!) modifiers applied to it, and then rendered in my standard studio setting. It’s so easy, anybody could do it. And you can do it, too.
It’s just an example of what you can achieve with this marvelous piece of software and a little bit of creativity. Have fun and thanks for watching and reading.
P.S. The original cube was in orange, but my daughter Laura convinced my to change it to turquoise, which is her favourite colour at the moment :-) Thank you, Photoshop.
If you want a tutorial, please let me know in the comments below.