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Teddy T. writes: As a kid, I was a huge fan of the educational TV show The Magic School Bus. It provided an unparalleled view of the world of physics, biology, earth science, astronomy, and chemistry. So I chose to pay it forward, and provide an animated educational set of videos focused around technology- however [...]
Tom Latvys writes: In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make 5 different objects using cloth simulation in Blender 2.9 in about 11 minutes. (Blanket, Pillows, Curtains, Flags, and a Bean Bag Chair)
saidtebbal1 writes: Hello everyone, This is my first tutorial on the animation nodes add-on, there are few tutorials about this add-on so I thought why not trying to drop a video about it ( Blue fox creation Channel on youtube does amazing tutorials about the add-on you can go and check them I have learned [...]
The post Cool disappearing effect using Blender & Animation nodes addon appeared first on BlenderNation.
Vallen Koscheev writes: Hi everyone! I'd love to share my latest blender project I've been making during 2019. A short story about an old potter and his memoirs. Thanks for watching!
Koumis writes: A very simple tutorial that show you the basic way to smooth out a sharp edge and not effect the over all shape when modelling with sub surface modifier.
Open VDB in Blender is the gift that keeps on giving, especially with the new volume object that allows for the import of OpenVDB files and simulations. Jacques Luckes has been working on an interesting new project taking advantage of this implementation, the new Mesh to Volume modifier. #B3d 2.91 alpha new cool feature Mesh [...]
Jan van den Hemel writes: A subtle amount of shallow depth of field goes a long way to make your renders both more realistic and more pleasing to look at. This video explains how to set it up. Robot model by Albin on Blendswap.
polygonrunway writes: Quick tip tutorial about effective boolean and hard surface modeling workflow in Blender 2.83 in under 15 minutes!
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. Dragon (Blender Animation) Teenage Witch Arf Arf Arf Arf Arf! Watercolor Samurai Baikal border scene Concept Art: Space ship Pigeons’ run Chess figures Set - [...]
Alessandro Barison writes: Hello everybody :) My name is Alessandro I'm Freelance 3D Generalist and I love using Blender for my works, it's great for products, architecture, character, games, vfx ... solid and innovative modeling tools, texturing, shader, rigging, animation, grease pencil, sculpting, a huge thanks @tonroosendaal and to @Blender, @BlenderDev and the very useful [...]
About My career began in 2D animation, but I moved over to CGI in 1986. I studied graphic design here in Melbourne and then moved to film at Swinburne University of Technology where I studied post-grad animation. I got a job straight out of college at a studio called Mickey Duck, where I trained as [...]
Koumis writes: A very straight forward and easy way to get your texture to follow the curvature of your mesh. Also the easiest way to straighten your uv map without an addon. https://youtu.be/KCr78hSKxbI
CGLife writes: Hello everyone, in this video I explain the fastest methods to creating circular arrays and multi assigning data. Circular arrays can be quite tricky to implement into your work but after this video you will have no trouble implementing them. Multi assigning data is something not a lot of people know, but it [...]
Luis Cherubini writes: Nature collection addons are very helpful for everyone looking to save time when prototyping their scenes. In this episode, we get some impressions on the overall structure and functionality of Botaniq 6.0 by polygoniq on Blender Market! It includes seasonal changing trees, and weight painting features. PS: You can purchase my Blender [...]
CGLife writes: Hello everyone, in this Blender tutorial I am going to show you how to master the camera in just seven minutes. You will learn how to track objects, make a turntable animation, two insane free addons for using the camera and more.
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Christina Myrvold writes: Did you know that you could use a Kinect 2.0 for basic motion capture? This week on POLYCOSM we did just that, plus texturing! Using the Kinect in combination with the Brekel Body v3 software, we were able to capture footage that can easily be imported into Blender and mapped to a [...]
The post Creating Motion Capture Animation With A Kinect 2.0! | Nurbek Character Design appeared first on BlenderNation.
victorvdr9 writes: How to simulate dynamic cables for an animation? How to simulate collisions for dynamic cables? And how to simulate dynamics and collisions with complex or high poly cables or hoses? That's what we are going to see in this tutorial. With FREE .blend file :) Have fun! Victor
The post Simulate Complex Cables in Blender EASY! | FREE .blend file appeared first on BlenderNation.
SouthernShotty writes: I get asked about lip sync animations a lot and it can be a time consuming and difficult process. In this video I walk you through a simple way of creating your own lip sync animations. This won't get you a Disney rig, it's not that advanced, but it should be great for [...]
Syncretic 3D writes: Learn how to add technicolor to your black and white animations using Blender's compositor.
TheGiven writes: Blender52 is hosting a Model Jam TODAY 1st October! What is it? 4-5 10min modelling sessions based on random word prompts. For example, We provide the prompt of "Insane Banana" and Everyone has 10min to model something. At the end of the 10min, we all share our "creations" and have a laugh. This [...]