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markkingsnorth writes: I have upgraded all my add-ons so that they are compatible with Blender 2.8 beta. Each add-on either has a 2.8 version free to download for existing users or have files that can be loaded into Blender 2.8. See below for details on compatibility - note the one remaining issue for the Nebula [...]
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pavla writes: A cooler way to build realistic materials! In the real world, seamless textures don't exist. Materials are made of layers: Age, wear, paint, dirt, damage, and all of the things that make real objects real. In this tutorial, learn how to use procedural masked and layered materials to quickly populate your Blender scenes. [...]
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A new 11-part training is now available on the Blender Cloud. Blender 2.8 features a brand new 2D drawing and animation toolset. Become proficient with Grease Pencil thanks to this course by Matias Mendiola, story artist and Grease Pencil team member.
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Jan van den Hemel writes: Ever wondered how to set the centre of weight in a rigid body? No..? Well... here's how to set it anyway. This can be convenient to know in case you need the rigid body to fall and tip over in a specific way.
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pavla writes: The Problem with your Visual Memory When remembering what we saw in the past, we are pulling from our imperfect, limited visual memory. And unless you have spent a focused time studying and analyzing your subject and were able to remember it, it is very likely that you don't know all the relevant [...]
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Jared Owen writes: The Mercedes-Benz Stadium is where the Super Bowl will be held on Feb 3rd, 2019. I'm not much of a sports guy but this building really caught my eye! It has a retractable roof unlike any other stadium in the world. It will open or close in just 8 minutes! The 360 [...]
Pietro Chiovaro writes: Hello everyone today I'm glad to show you how to create a fountain and add a particle system simulation. Time: 10-20 minutes Main software: Blender 2.8 Secondary software: Substance Painter
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Enjoy the work of Vohansh Kumar from Mare Tabac, Mauritius!
chocofur writes: Hey Everybody! Our Blender 2.8 Absolute Beginners Course continues and there's a video 16 available now on YouTube! We're now diving deeper into the Edit Mode and learning different Selection methods. I'll be also explaining what an Edge Loop and Edge Ring is and how to combine the different Selection methods with Edit [...]
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Lluc3D writes: In this mini series of timp-lases I’m showing the complete process to create 3D rendered scene in blender 2.79b. The art is based on Cyberpunk 2077 2018 E3 trailer is not an exact copy, it is a piece of art inspired by that game and trailer. Also I just made the entire scene [...]
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Jan van den Hemel writes: In Blender 2.8, the 3D cursor is really a "3D" cursor, and it aligns to the view or to geometry (depending on your choice). This is neat, but how do you reset it's rotation? This quick tip shows you how!
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Enjoy the work of Emma Caraway from Austin, United States of America!
Let's celebrate together in Blender Today Live #47! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhUTDbvoEUQ … #b3d
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About My name is Jhonatan Lechar, I’m 21 years old and I’m from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I’ve completely stopped trying to learn 3D a lot of times, but I started using Blender when I was 12 and started taking it seriously about 8 months ago. I am self-taught (mostly through YouTube tutorials) and my [...]
Brecht writes: New Features and Changes About 90 bugs were fixed last week. Workbench support for depth of field. (commit) (Clément Foucault) Sculpt: add Topology Rake, to align edges along brush while painting. This helps to generate cleaner topology and define sharp features for dynamic topology. Best used on relatively low-poly meshes, it is not [...]
abe writes: Another week of #Blender52 has flown by, as our humble community continues to grow. Remember that we have a copy of Retopoflow valued at $86 to give away when we hit 250 followers on Instagram and Twitter (@blenderfiftytwo for both) all you need to do is follow to stand a chance of winning. [...]
The Blender Community has really stepped up - the Blender Development Fund is now raising an amazing 25 THOUSAND Euros per month! This means that five core members of the 2.8 Code quest can be retained full-time, which will boost Blender's progress tremendously. The second goal of 50k/month means we'll be at the same level [...]
Joakim Tornhill (Blender Insight) writes: Hi, I thought I'd do a tutorial that goes through the basics of procedural texturing. That means how to use a mask, how one texture can distort another, how to change the texture mapping, how to mix colors and how to add layers of pattern above each other... so here [...]
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! AriBe_SnailBoi by Richard Thorogood on Sketchfab Summer Color! by Zale on Sketchfab SuperHero by Kyan0s on Sketchfab Spring Camper by Ferre P.K. on Sketchfab Moonman by Chikara Horie [...]
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Jan van den Hemel writes: Grease Pencil can do automatic in-betweening in some cases - especially, when you make keyframes by "recycling" your strokes, by moving and transforming them on further frames. It works pretty well... sometimes ;-) It might just save you a lot of time. This is a quick demonstration of how it [...]
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