MJ Vilches writes: Another Episode of my "Journey To Awesomeness"! In this one, I move on to the next level of my Beeg Bug Island adventure. And also the next stage of my big animation project, The Underland Project. More info here.
Tovbaz Artem writes: Greetings, folks! I wanted to select and separate parts of a picture like I would do with a lazy lasso. It appeared, Blender had the tools I needed! It's not the fastest method, indeed, however, it's very precise an lets you have a full flexibility and control over the selection and masking [...]
Darkfall writes: In this video we will be looking at adding a Keyframe and a Modifier to a Shader in order to create a Neon or Flickering light. If you want to download the Shader Library (version 1.01) you can find the link in out blog. We first need to create a Panel and a [...]
cresshead writes: Learn how to create a 2D Blender logo animated using Grease Pencil. You can download the finished project from Blendswap.
Linolafett writes: A quick run down on how i light up and composite (super reduced node setup though) my space renderings. This will be super useful for you, who are currently taking part in the CG Boost challenge :) Make sure your albedo values of your surfaces are roughly where they should be (white paper [...]
David Cabrera created a wonderful short movie as an excercise in Krita, Blender and Natron. A film about molinos, molinillos & molinetes. A personal challenge of discipline, learning and testing open-source animation softwares. People behind Krita, Blender and Natron; as Douglas Reynholm says "Thank you, computer man." Shot Breakdown:
luwizart writes: In this Blender tutorial I will be showing you guys how to groom and shade hairs in Blender. I will be sharing with you techniques to get the best out of it.
luwizart writes: In this Blender tutorial I will be showing you guys how to simulate cloth in Blender. I will be sharing with you techniques to get the best out of it.
Jan van den Hemel writes: There are many ways to model holes, but if you want to avoid N-gons and Boolean artefacts like stray vertices and edges that don't go anywhere, modeling with Quads is the way to go. This one-minute video shows you how to do it.
infin8eye writes: Hey Blender Heads, Chris Bailey will take us through his recent tutorial series creating a blade-runner style futuristic city with particles. Highlights include faking volumetrics to create some pretty cool weather effects. You can find more of his work at: https://www.cbaileyfilm.com/ If you have any work you would like to discuss then bring [...]
Frederic Hoffmann writes: In this Tutorial, i will give you some tipps for baking Textures in Blender.
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Here's an overview of the Blender community events around the world for the next week. Feb 18: Blender Ohio Meet Up 2 - Columbus, OH Feb 19: Sydney Blender User Group: February - Particle City Feb 23: DeBUG Denver Blender Users Group - Architecture and Lighting That's not all! See all upcoming events on the [...]
About Me Hi! My name is Lautaro Iglesias, I am a freelance 3D generalist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I started using Blender in 2012 and I have been using it every day since 2015. I studied industrial design and graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires, but what really interests me is 3D stuff, [...]
jayanam writes: Here is a new update for my free Blender 2.8 addons JMesh tools (https://github.com/jayanam/jmesh-tools) and JSculpt tools (https://github.com/jayanam/jsculpt-tools) : Drawing onto the surface for base mesh creation and some new extrude and remeshing features for sculpting and hardsurface modeling.
The new version of Blender shipped today. Take our guided tour of its new tools Seven months ago, the ground-breaking 2.80 update transformed the way that the rest of the CG industry saw Blender, establishing the software as a serious tool, capable of serious production work. Blender 2.82, officially released today, builds on those advances, [...]
Every week, hundreds of artists share their work on the Blender Artists forum. I'm putting some of the best work in the spotlight in a weekly post here on BlenderNation. Characters Seagulls’ Cry Cemetery Aasiya and Amani Sculpture Grög the Adventurer Medieval/European Environment Napoleon Leisure Life on a Boat Low Poly City Jeep - HDRI [...]
chocofur writes: Heyyyyy everyone! In today's Blender video I want to show you how to add details to any 3D model using the amazing, magic and life-changing Blender Cloth Brush developed by Pablo Dobarro! Consider supporting him on Patreon and following on Twitter and Artstation (he's an amazing 3D artist as well).
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YanSculpts writes: Sculpted Rem from Re:Zero, Starting Life in Another Word, in Blender while talking about how to stop being a lazy artist, check it out here:
Jan van den Hemel writes: Ah, booleans - we all have to deal with fixing the mess they make at some point. Luckily, there are some tricks to speed things up. In this video we'll have a look at some clever ways to quickly merge vertices and create support loops.
Erik Selin writes: This guide is about getting started with Blenders material nodes. We start from the beginning by explaining what node systems are and where we can find them. Node systems pop up like mushrooms these days and are definitely here to stay. Therefore it is a good idea to learn the basics of [...]