This is a first attempt at this content. It’s already unwieldy, and I feel this would be better with a collapsible tree structure. I’ll need to work on that, but I wanted to start listing the sites I care about here.
- Blender.org and their official YouTube channel. Also their Studio. From the studio click on the training link to get to their tutorials.
The face of the team that created the main modeling tool I use: Blender!
- CGCookie.com or CGCookie.mavenseed.com
– A site with in depth tutorials such as Pothead or Human.
They also have a free YouTube channel. It usually consists of older tutorials, or the first lesson(s) of a longer class.
This is the site I used to learn most of what I know. I’m not paid to promote them, but I’m very happy with the lessons I learned there.
Usually the regular cgcookie.com site works fine, but sometimes going to the mavenseed url works better.
- Lazy Tutorials by Ian Hubert
Ian Hubert seems to have compressed as much knowledge as possible into one minute tutorials. Seriously, several of them contain more than one tutorial. . . in a minute! The tutorials cover many things that would take a budding artist months to uncover on their own. Expect to spend way more than a minute learning how to use what he teaches so quickly.
- Blender Guru.
What list of Blender Tutorials would be complete without mentioning Blender Guru? The Guru has a Patreon too, but I’ve only ever accessed the YouTube content.