Blender developers meeting notes - 2018-01-15 Here are the notes from today's 17 UTC (18 CET) meeting in irc.freenode.net #blendercoders. Bastien Montagne writes: 1) Blender 2.79 'a' release Nothing new since last week, we keep integrating some more fixes though. We'd like to include some security fixes, see here for details. Goal is again to [...]
jayanam writes: In this video tutorial about hard surface modeling with Blender I show how to use the Hardops and Carver MT addon together.
Jenuvyel writes: So, what were your Blender/CG experiences from 2017, especially during the last couple holiday months? What do you look forward to experiencing in 2018? Bring any/all your works for share and support, as usual. Sharing our CG projects isn’t all we do. We also share intriguing CG news (!like Blender ver2.8!), tricks, info [...]
jayanam writes: This is a video about a hard surface addon idea I had to fasten up boolean and bevel tasks when doing hard surface modeling. I also show and explain the Python code and you can download it for free from my patreon account.
Enjoy the work of Joao Paulo, Translator/ Graphic/Branding Designer/ 3D Artist from Braga, Portugal. Voxel City by gendosplace on Sketchfab
Wayward Art Company writes: This is part 1 in a video series on modeling and texture painting in Blender 2.79. Enjoy!
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! Railway station by ckatuh on Sketchfab Cartoon Chameleon by cordy on Sketchfab Kitchen by Seto Aji Nugroho on Sketchfab SculptJanuary: Day 14 - Magic by Julien Kaspar on [...]
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Aaron Carlisle writes: Hello, fellow Blenderers here is a short list of what has happened in the development in Blender this week. To read more and to see the links for more details please see the full post here. Changes to Blender master: Cycles: adaptive subdivision support for panoramic cameras rB5bd9b12d User Prefs: app-template option [...]
Steve Lund writes: Learn how to create a realistic chair in this Blender tutorial, with tons of tips and tricks on how to achieve photorealism, by creating fabric seams, fine wrinkles, and realistic materials!
Sell? Hold? See what you would do with this board game. Alex Muir writes: I've been working for a couple of months on a boardgame based on the craziness of cryptocurrencies. I used Blender to do all the design, to produce renders for the Kickstarter project. As usual, it was a joy to work with, [...]
Daniel Vesterbaek writes: Hello there! Lighting a car in Blender can be quite difficult and sadly you cannot find much online material explaining how to do it. That's why I decided to make a tutorial explaining the basic and giving some tips on how to get a good studio lighting setup for your new, awesome-looking [...]
Earlier this week security researchers from Cisco disclosed a number of vulnerabilities in Blender that can theoretically lead to security risks when opening .blend files. There was a bit of an uproar as they presented in such a way that it suggested the Blender Foundation is not interested and will not act, but it turns [...]
Mark1138 writes: The Golem project is working to deliver a blockchain-based, peer-to-peer compute farm that can be used for Blender and LuxRender rendering. In addition to buying time on the farm, users can join the farm and sell compute time on their own machine. Payment for service will utilize a blockchain technology similar to that [...]
Enjoy the work of Quentin Van Rossom, graduate in Graphic Design from Brussels, Belgium.
Rich Colburn writes: When I spoke at the Blender conference on creating an interactive cloth engine using Python, I was surprised how many people knew nothing about Numpy. I've started to share some of the amazing things you can do with it inside of blender. Numpy lets you do things with python that can sometimes [...]
Yanal Sosak writes: This year i will focus on creating anatomy tutorials. I started an anatomy series last year with the month, today we will take a look at the nose. You can expect 1 anatomy part per month for this year :) *tutorial starts at 0:55*
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naviglio writes: Hi, this tip explains how to bake textures in Blender with Cycles engine. This feature immensely useful for animations, gaming and Augmented Reality.
Stefano SottoZen writes: Hi guys, this is a simple cartoon style animation work made using Blender and After Effects. All 3D characters are modelled and animated inside Blender then exported as sequences of .OBJ. Inside After Effects, using Element 3D, we imported all our animations and added some visual effects and all the camera movements. [...]
Jeff writes: My reel of work from 2017
Tangent Animation presents their awesome "60 Seconds with Suzanne" series - quick 'snacks' of Blender knowledge for beginners. The, "60 Seconds with Suzanne" tutorial micro-sode series is done! Check it out. Share it with artists that use other software packages...or are just getting started using Blender. The idea behind this series is to provide new [...]