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Monte writes: Using the same piece of code over and over is a staple of good programing. Finding ways to write once and use many times is one of the things that makes good code and good coders. Armory now has this type of functionality with its Visual Scripting system. Zicklag, from the Armory forums [...]
TheOnlineAnimator writes: Hello everyone! Once again, the Blender Discord team is back to announce another competition(s)! This is a month long contest for everyone to participate in! Come on in and have some fun and test your skills and get feedback. We won't be having just one this time; they'll be every month! Theme We [...]
Justin writes: Merry Christmas! Here is a special Christmas tutorial showing you how to overlay falling snow on top of your videos using Blender's Video Sequence Editor (VSE). Video Editing Cheat Sheet
About Hi all. My name is Vasyl Matsuk (also known as FeralMan). Big thanks to BlenderNation for giving me the opportunity to write a “Behind the Scenes” on this project. A little about me... I am a 3D artist, from eastern Europe, Ukraine. I am an old whale in the CG industry. My learning of [...]
yoji writes: Hi Guys, I made this tutorial about technical modeling in Blender 2.8 Enjoy! And French:
The post 1 Blender2 8 Modeling a technical piece - Tutorial for beginners appeared first on BlenderNation.
Edgard Caliman writes: My name is Edgard Caliman, one more job created using blender 2.80, the animation was created using car simulation in Maya and rendering are was in blender 2.80 using EEVEE, This job was created by Techno Image, my participation in this job was transfer the animation in maya to blender Coming soon [...]
Steve Lund writes: Things get a little sticky in this beginner tutorial! Learn how to use Blender's built-in fluid simulator to create a large animated slime simulation! With helpful tips on the best fluid settings, creating easy materials, and finishing the effect with some simple animating!
The post Create a Large SLIME Simulation - Beginner Tutorial appeared first on BlenderNation.
masterxeon1001 writes: Boxcutter 707 is out and there is a video going over some of the changes here. We have been dedicated to getting Boxcutter back to where we had it as we trek into 2.8 to find new adventures, opportunity and potential. In this latest update we wanted to focus on refining behaviours and [...]
jayanam writes: In this video tutorial I show how to kind of draw meshes into the 3D View using Blender 2.8. I use the gpu module to draw a simple shape and then create a BMesh from this.
After the recent additions of Refraction and Screen Space Reflection, Sketchfab continues to push the boundaries of real-time 3D on the web with support for anisotropic materials. Anisotropy is a visual phenomenon that becomes visible when light hits certain surfaces. Anisotropic reflections get stretched or blurred based on the orientation of small grooves (bumps, fibers [...]
Hello we are weybec, situated in Navi Mumbai,India. Here at weybec studio we basically work on commercial videos, short movies, kids’ educational videos and game cinematics. Our entire production pipeline is open source and we mostly work in Blender. Background We (Pratik, Nita, Niyal) started our journey in 3D back in 2006 by learning 3ds [...]
Johnny Uday writes: This is Lulu, a dog in Quito Ecuador diagnosed with a Melanosarcoma inside her mouth. The Veterinary surgeons at University of San Francisco Veterinary Hospital contacted biomodeler Johnny Uday to design surgical guides for excision of the tumor, and also for designing an implant to fill the hole after resection. Dr Johnny [...]
The post Cancer treatment in a dog with guides and implant - helped with Blender appeared first on BlenderNation.
glukoz writes: A Beta build of UVPackmaster add-on for Blender 2.8 is now available. You can use it to test an efficient UV packing algorithm with the newest version of Blender. Note that you don't have to spend a penny in order to check it out, as the demo version of the add-on is also [...]
The post UVPackmaster add-on for Blender 2.8 available for testing [$] appeared first on BlenderNation.
cinecavisitlab writes: Commissioned by the Museum of the New Towns, “Il piccolo Masaccio e le Terre Nuove” is a short animated Computer Graphics educational movie, developed by Cineca VisitLab with manifold techniques and mainly aimed to the younger audience of the museum. For enhancing the possible identification, the main character is a kid of the [...]
Emiliano Colantoni writes: Just another quick animation to test a new feature of Blender 2.8 With the new mirror modifier you can create a whole space ship with a single asset :) Hope you like it! :) Emiliano
mr-matt writes: This is a time-lapse of a low poly isometric town made in Blender 2.8. It is based on a game I’m developing called Radical Relocation where you become a furniture mover and balance your clients luggage on the roof of your car.
Gottfried Hofmann writes: The addon Animation Nodes by Jacque Lucke is finally available for Blender 2.8 - Find out how to install and use them:
The post Animation Nodes in Blender 2.8 - Installation and Usage appeared first on BlenderNation.
Chipp Walters writes: Hey everybody, Just wanted to let you know I've been working on a new glass shader for Blender 2.8 EEVEE. For those of you using EEVEE, you may discover that it, like Unity and Unreal, have problems accurately rendering glass. That said, there are a few tricks you can use and I've [...]
VFXgeek writes: I've prepared a video summary of known cases of Blender usage for professional, big budget movie productions. Have a look :)
Diego Gangl writes: Looking to get into Eevee? Missing some introduction to all the new settings and lingo? Look no further! A new age is upon us. Internal is dead, and we have a shiny new engine to replace it. Moving to a modern, realtime engine isn’t that easy though, there’s a lot to learn. [...]