Fran Alburquerque writes: Hello! I want to share my latest project with all of you. This is an artistic view of a sunny day in the late 70s Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, featuring some iconic urban elements, cars and buildings. You can see more of my work here.
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Myself Hi, my name is Vallen and I'm a character animator from Belarus. I've been in the industry for 7+ years now, working in games, commercials, TV, and features. In 2019 I worked on my latest short film, "I Sculpt...". It's my third Blender short film and I'm gonna walk you through the process of [...]
Erin writes: The "CGI look", more often than not, is caused by impossibly clean scenes. In this tutorial I show how to create mud, rust, scratches, and edge wear procedurally in Blender! If you enjoy procedural content like this consider subscribing! For access to more procedural artists and resources, jump into the discord server.
jayanam writes: In this tutorial I show how to export a FreeCAD model as STL file and then import it into Blender 2.9. Although it is a straight forward process there are a few small issues that have to be solved to be able to work well with the mesh in Blender. I will explain [...]
ab3d writes: I made this tutorial a while ago, but I decided I would share it with the larger community. I found an After Effects tutorial on YouTube and I wanted to recreate it without having to pay for Creative Cloud. So I recreated the animation in Blender and made a tutorial on it. Hope [...]
Koumis writes: A quick technique for making a walk cycle in a few steps. It is great for beginners!
Dikko writes: In this video I go through the process of blocking out an effective armature from scratch. I go through how to orient the bone structure effectively and finish up with some quick articulation tests! Easy breezy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOmO3sBFNDU
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Davide Tirindelli writes: Hi everyone, i needed solar panels for a projects so i thought i’d make a bunch more of them and release them as a small asset pack, that you can download here for free (or with a donation if you feel like it). just refresh the page a few times if it [...]
MartinKlekner writes: Hey there Blender friends, I prepared 4 videos featuring 45 minutes of my process of creating hair and beards for my Heroes of Bronze characters. You can now watch all the parts here: Cheers, Martin www.heroesofbronze.com
Jamie writes: Another timelapse sculpt from Dragonboots Studios. This time one of those creepy monsters from the 1984 movie Gremlins. Sculpting this beast has taken 30+ hours and a couple of weeks working an hour or two each day. In this video I'll be covering blocking, remeshing, basic sculpting and retopology. Stay tuned for part [...]
BlenderNow writes: New version of Transportation v1.2 is available now on BlenderMarket with 5 new vehicles, new HDRIs, new carpaint and more! 10% off with the code "NEWTRANSPORTATION" until October 18. Best Add-on Mega Pack +55 Car and Vehicle in the world for Blender - Cycles and Eevee Transportation is a complete Blender add-on (2.80,2.81,2.82, [...]
Brent writes: Here's a short, stylistic trailer to a game I've been developing for almost a year now. It's a classic survival horror game from the PS2 era. A mix between Alone In the Dark & Silent Hill. This was made entirely in Blender 3D. I've been using Blender for over a decade now. I [...]
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The amazing Grease Pencil team is always hard at work developing and updating this groundbreaking Blender module. This time it’s Samuel Bernou’s hard work, in the form of an official Grease Pencil plugin, that just made it into Blender 2.91! Achievement unlocked : The "grease pencil tools" add-on I developed is officially bundled in Blender [...]
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Here's my latest overview of the best Blender work on Sketchfab this week. And remember: add the #Blender tag if you want me to find your work!
jayanam writes: This is a new Blender tutorial for beginners in which I show how to create keyframe animations with simple objects. I explain insertion of keyframes manually by pressing the I key and also the auto keying feature for creating keyframes in the timeline.
Christina Myrvold writes: Want to learn how to create a Parallax Effect/Animated Shot in Blender using a combination of 2D images and 3D assets/megascans? Look no further! In this week's POLYCOSM video we go over camera projection mapping, camera animation and how to use and paint over Quixel Megascans in order to obtain a hand-painted [...]
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Curtis Holt writes: Hi everyone, In this collaboration video with Ben (bbbn19), I show you a new freely-available technique for getting realtime shader displacement inside of EEVEE. The effect works by creating multiple layers of geometry to give the illusion of 3D depth. It can be controlled within the material nodes, giving you amazing amounts [...]
Nazzareno Giannelli writes: CoordiKnight is a one-click solution for copying and pasting location/rotation/scale of multiple objects at once from Blender to Unreal Engine. CoordiKnight is a free Blender addon that speeds up the tedious process of placing objects in the scene, letting you port over to Unreal what you already did in Blender.
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benvurlod writes: In this tutorial I focus more on materials and how to deal with the texture that generates colours rather than particles. The idea is to be able to use a single texture set in the field (emitter), to use it for the emissive material on the flowers, on the lights (cycles only) and [...]
Daniel Oakfield writes: Building in a very short time an atmospheric archviz indoor scene with Blender 2.9 and Cycles using free resources from BlenderKit and Xoio. This is a comprehensive beginners' tutorial, including freebies and providing an easy way to kick off in the world of interior visualisation with 3D software, enjoy!
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