Compositing·Full Tutorial·Lighting·Materials·Modelling How to create a spinning top animation March 10, 2016 | By BlenderBrit Blender tutorial on how to make a spinning top animation, inspired originally by the totem in the movie Inception. Required Files and Addons: Architecture Academy Starter Pack Metal Scratches Textures Malibu Overlook HDR Archimesh Addon Optional Files and Addons: Auto Tile Size Liked it? Take a second to support BlenderBrit on Patreon! About the author : BlenderBrit I founded BlenderBrit in 2015 and have been providing free tutorials, resources and tools to the Blender community since then. All delivered with typically British self-depreciating humour and sarcasm :D 5 comments to “How to create a spinning top animation” You can leave a reply or Trackback this post. BlenderBrit - March 10, 2016 Reply Hi guys, I hope you enjoy this tutorial as much as I did making it. I would love to hear any feedback, tutorial requests or general comments. kastaldi - April 19, 2016 Reply Amazing! I love Inception so this is one of my fav tutorials. I’m quite new at Blender and it’s just a hobby but I put as much effort as I can. It’s amazing how lighting can turn a “dull” object in an interesting gadget, I still have to learn it. 🙂 Right now I am watching this tutorial step by step and modeling the spinner, hope to post my finished work soon. BlenderBrit - April 19, 2016 Reply Hi Kastaldi, really pleased you like the tutorial. It was the first one I recorded and by far has been the least viewed 🙂 It was probably a poor choice in terms of subject matter but I’m really glad you’re finding it useful. Would love to see the result when finished. Lord Baktor - June 25, 2016 Reply I like your soothing voice and typical British self-deprecating humor. I know this is the oldest one, but I’ve watched your more recent ones too and I have to say that your choice of tutorials is a nice compliment to others I follow and therefore very appreciated. Keep up the good work, man. Greetings from Sweden. BlenderBrit - June 25, 2016 Reply Glad you’re enjoying the tutorials and my typical Britishness 😀 Thankyou for watching. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.