Blender DONUT Tutorial

Wish to become a Blender donut God? Look away no more and enter this quick tutorial which will create the roots for your ascention in 3D creation.

You want to make a donut in Blender… It’s important to find a torus. A torus is a shape, greatly appreciated for creating donuts. You wouldn’t be able to make a donut with a cinder block now, would you?

Having a torus means you’ll have to give your donut enough segments, around 6 or 7. With a radius that could emphasize greatly on the thickness on the greatness of your donut.

Now… As you have created this, align your segments closely to the shape of the perfect donut you’d want to have in this bloody world. Of course, it is important to properly label your materials. In this case your donut.

Because if you label it as a packet, you’d be greatly transgressing into the immoral plains of the donut world.

Grab your Node Editor and fling yourself into adding a texture, into adding this Editor, which gives you the ability that no other man on this earth has ever thought of putting.

Put forth your image that you’d like to use as this placeholder material, on which you’d soon be also painting your sweetful donut delight.

Do you see what I am talking about. This texture now has the ability to be shaped and morphed beyond any kind of limitations that reality usually puts before you.

Increase its breadth, increase its randomness so it wouldn’t look like some perfect donut that was put from some perfect factory. That is impossible…

That is illegal! Yes, you cannot have such perfect donuts. That is why swing its mesh around, put the dough around places which machines couldn’t properly shape.

Give it some sweetness around its corners, give it some bumps… Give it some life! Otherwise it’d just look like some disgusting donut made perfect in perfection. By some what… by some what I ask you?

By some perfect machine! This made by man, by human, by woman. I don’t know who or which but it’s important to get the facts straight. Put your texture now and give it some sweet orange.

Or you know human-like skin on top and around, and don’t forget to put it everywhere, otherwise you’d be stuck with shadows of strange textures.

It’d make people question if you have mixed the ingredients too badly, if you’ve put clay in your donut. You wouldn’t want them to think there’s clay, would you now? No, no, no, no.

But of course, if you put the dough would you forget about the sugar? Would you forget about the sweet, icy topping that is in the color of pink. I was going to say purple. Purple is not a color! It is not a color. Pink is a color.

You’d put it forth as if the sweetness has been poured from the top. Hugging around the dough, giving it such great texture that would be crying, if not for your courage to never crying while doing donuts.

You can cry after the fact. Do you get it? It is so simple and beautiful at the same time. But of course! Are we forgetting the fact that there’s also sprinkles. Did you forget you can put further delight on your malshaped donut?

Get yourself in the image place, add another texture called sprinkles. What are they you ask? They are white little dots on a black background. You’d be like: why black background? Because you need such a background to alpha it out of existence.

You’d be thinking that is insane but I am going to assure you that having the alpha layer that creates transparency, is the best course of action any human could ever take.

Take it and never look back. Following what you can see, following on your screen, you go to your Node Editor and put forth your sprinkles here, which you will then connect after you’ve of course named it properly, so you’d know where to find into this mixed node.

And to which you’ll be able to blend in the things together, so you’d have this alpha layer. Of course you’ll have to paint them on top so it’d know where it is of course.

Using the Texture Pain. It is like a bucket which you throw at the wall and you have great Leonardo da Vinci artwork. In this case you have great donut artwork. With great sprinkles, great topping and great dough, hoho.

Do not forget to have the mix, instead of anything else in regards to settings. Because the other settings, you could play around and see what you get.

At the end, the mix it creates this mix, it creates this beauty of great Blending In, which is inconceivable to be any different than the greatest perfection the world has ever seen.

I mean, if you look at this, could you not see perfection? Can you not see how sweet it is, how it could go around your teeth and blend in the physical feeling crushing between your, white or yellow teeth, in which case it’s good or bad… everything is good.

Important and foremost. The process where we’d have to market this donut. Market it to the public so they’d know, they’d be tasting the greatest delight the world has ever seen.

Put forth your camera in the best angle possible, for your donut to experience the magnificence of best part of being photographed. Putting forth this camera now gives you the ability to change the contrast of the picture and also how your end result would appear.

Of course you could click around stuff here, give it more or less color. But in our case it is important to give it light.

Because within light and darkness we have yin and yang. You know them? Yes, you should know them. It gives equilibrium. It gives it a sparkle which it has been missing for millennia on this extinguishing planet, which we are reviving through giving forth donuts, bringing back the greatest donuts, the ancient donuts forgotten by civilizations.

So put forth your light, put forth your sun, put forth the shadows away. Chase them away to the corners of the camera.

Do not forget to attach the sparkle called Bloom that the camera has the ability to put forth. In that Bloom you give that same pink color that the light would emit so the donut could be complimented of its great texture, of its great taste, of its great shape.

So ramp up the resolution, ramp it up to 8k or 12k and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Enjoy them so much, so you’d never forget what you did on this glorious day.

Now that you have found yourself at the end of the time, where we are concluding this presentation of donut creation. I want you to understand the fundamentals that we are not really here to make a donut, we’re here to make perfection.

Nothing less, nothing more.

Because what is more than perfection: adding a modifier, adding a modifier that would make this edgy donut round! We have now, with a modifier, which you can see, achieved roundness. You’d have thought: how did you do this, how is this possible?

Yes, it is possible with the modifier that created, not perfection, but paradise. We are in bloody paradise. And together… in this moment which we have shared… You’ll have learned how to do donut at paradise.

This is the endgame. This is the last step, revolutionary 3D modelling donuts. 3D modelling altogether. Never forget what you saw today.

For you have witnessed something special, something magnificent.

Never forget.