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String Fairy writes: In this tutorial you will learn how to make an abstract cube, and in the process explore anisotropy effects and faking caustics.
MakeGames writes: In this tutorial, we'll learn how to model and texture a trombone. We'll be using a [Curve Point] to model a part of the mesh. To use the Curve Point, you need to activate an Add-on called 'Add Curves: Extra Objects' that can be found under [File - Preferences - Add-ons]. The starting [...]
About Hi there, I’m Foppe Smit, a 3D visualiser from Breda, the Netherlands. Not originally… I worked as a P.E. teacher for 12 years, but since 2015 I have been the owner of Foppe 3D Visualizations, and since 2019 I have been in 3D business full time. I know, it’s quite a different cookie, but [...]
Chipp Walters writes: Hey what's up everyone! Chipp Walters here with a great new FREE video on creating fully editable pipes and cables WITHOUT using CURVES. This is a great fast and flexible workflow and part of the NITROX3D series of videos. And be sure to check out the NITROX course at Blender Market. See [...]
The post FREE new NITROX3D video on non-destructive modeling [$] appeared first on BlenderNation.
ukramedia writes: A lot of you have been asking me to recreate this cartoon-style animation Blender tutorial from 2016. Unfortunately, the latest version of Blender went through some huge changes and it’s almost impossible to get the same result from the old tutorial. So I listened to your requests and today I’ll be showing you [...]
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. Old vampire Portrait Sculpts Watch Tower Kitchen interior Mero 6h modeling Ash and pikachu Architecture Great white Shark D25 Modular Rover Pink Deer Big Rabbit [...]
Terry Chu writes: Recently, we released a campaign where we tackle the design challenges of bringing kids drawings to life in a 3D world. How did we achieve this? If this question sparks your curiosity, then here we will have a peek into how we managed to pull it off! After collecting the kids’ drawings [...]
The post From kids drawings to a 3D vizualization - Behind the Scenes appeared first on BlenderNation.
Awesome tuts writes: Awesome Tuts provides quality e-learning for people who want to learn game development and programming. We teach people how to develop games using practical examples which means you learn by building real world projects. We are a team of 5 people lead by Fahir, main tutor, programmer, and leader of the group. [...]
Jan van den Hemel writes: By now I'm sure we've all made 3D pumpkins using photogrammetry (if not, check tip 34!) but what if you want to 3d scan your street, but don't have a drone? Well, you can just use Google Earth! Check out this quick tip to see an example.
The post Daily Blender Tip 356: Photogrammetry and Google Earth appeared first on BlenderNation.
Simon Repp writes: After a longer hiatus we are again hosting monthly workshops and community meetings for Blender in Vienna! Here's what's coming up: Blender Community Meeting @ RIAT - Tuesday, August 27, 2019 Blender Workshop @ Angewandte Science Visualization Lab - Saturday, September 14, 2019 Further events in fall will be announced shortly! Asides [...]
The post Vienna Libre Media - Upcoming Blender Workshops and Community Meetings appeared first on BlenderNation.
Zacharias Reinhardt writes: Hi everyone! Having trouble to open old Blender 2.7x projects in Blender 2.8? My new quick tutorial might help. Enjoy! ~Zach
Danny Mac writes: In this video I show you how to set up Bendy Bones in Blender 2.8 in just 3 minutes.
Gottfried Hofmann writes: The inset faces tool in Blender 2.8 has a lot of useful options - find out about each of them in the latest BlenderDiplom tutorial by Gottfried Hofmann.
SouthernShotty writes: Hi, I've been experimenting more with Eevee and the irradiance light probe system. I think that with a few lighting adjustments you can get some pretty close results with drastically lower render times. With Eevee in Blender 2.8 and now the new AI denoiser in 2.81, Blender is a great option for people [...]
Andrew_D writes: A long time ago we created this add-on for our studio as we needed to find an easy way to reduce the time needed to clean the meshes, we noticed that this tool had become indispensable and made us save time, especially from the models from Sketchup that unfortunately they often have too [...]
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Jan van den Hemel writes: If you thought Blender 2.8 was a game changer, have a look at 2.81. It has an amazing new feature, the Denoise node, which uses AI to denoise even the grainiest of images. It's quite amazing, and easy to use. Check out this quick tip to see how.
Saqib hussain writes: In this tutorial you will learn how i managed to create a subway station. This video is divided into 3 parts. The first is about modelling from 00:52-10:49 Then the second includes assigning materials and texturing from 10:49-18:35 The last one includes lighting , Irradiance volume, reflection cube map, particles system and [...]
DerekElliott writes: Hey BlenderNation! In this tutorial I'll go through a relatively simple process showing you how to create a cool, sci-fi stylized force field in Blender 2.8. Of course we'll be using everyone's favorite, EEVEE for this animation. Let me know here or on YouTube if you have any questions or suggestions for future [...]
Biography Hi there! My name is Anton Ivichev. I’m 32 and I have been doing cg graphics for around 14 years, 10 of which I have been working for the game-industry. I was born in Novorossiysk City in southern Russia. Here I started my career as a 3D artist for interior design, using 3ds Max. [...]
soft8soft writes: Hi! Check out new features of Verge3D 2.14: AR support, morph target controls, texture-from-text feature, normal map generator and other things useful for 3D Vergers! Verge3D 2.14 for Blender Released