2D & 3D Animation
LionRender have done an in-depth test of four high-end GPU cards. lionrender writes: NVIDIA introduced the new Pascal GPU architecture with its GeForce GTX 1000 series cards. Powered by the company’s new 16nm FinFET process the company promised the 1000 series to set a new bar in performance over the Maxwell generation reining the market [...]
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William Oglesby took a great conceptart by creaturebox and created a lovely cartoon-ish 3d render. He did a very good job and recreating the details. No textures were apparently used, only good old cycles materials. Keep 'em coming William! Portfolio
Jenuvyel writes: Another month-full of shareable CG info and experiences! Has anyone put their HardOps/BoxCutter addons to creative use? Any challenges or question on using 'em? Our Theme of the Month (TotM) is Rigging! So dust off one of your ol' CG characters and stick some bones in. What, no CG characters of your own? [...]
Check out this year's gorgeous Computer Animation Festival Trailer, featuring Cosmos Laundromat! So very, very cool :)
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Nemyax writes: I'm a longstanding Blender and Wings3D user. Even though Blender has plenty of excellent modelling tools, I've always missed the precious few favourite ones that Wings has but Blender doesn't. So I've made them for Blender. I hope other people also find them useful. Make your loop and ring selections quick and precise [...]
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[post introduction here] Sebastian Zapata writes: Hey everybody! The animation is finally rendered!! It's called "A Sweet Little Dream", it's very short but I hope you like it. It was mainly a test for one of the new roofing textures. I hope you like it! Final Animation IK Rigging Test
Joaclint writes: Hi all. I am Joaquín Herrera (Joaclint). I am a Blender Foundation Certified Trainer. Do you remenber i wrote an online course about 3D Animation with Blender for Ministry of Education of Spain and offered from Aula Mentor? Well... now I have written another one for this public institution. It is about modeling. [...]
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You can now add more photorealism and drama to your Sketchfab models by enabling the new Depth of Field filter. Over the years, we’ve added many features to render your art beautifully on the Web: physically based rendering, supersampling, real time shadows and more. Today, we are happy to announce a new feature that will [...]
Cute little scene by Glenn, for an old children's book he made. A peculiar choice of colors and rendering. I love Elephant's expression, you can feel the comfort and bliss he is in. Link Here is a making of :
Karan writes: I would like to share a tutorial I made earlier on how to create motion graphics elements like swipes, circle blasts and pops, without using shapekeys or any addons. The tutorial is in two parts:
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sketch cat writes: These are two images I made. I hope you can enjoy. Cartoons can become much more than we’ve been seeing lately. How much more will depend on what newspaper readers will demand. One thing though is certain:Little boys,like tigers,will roam all the territory they can get. -Bill Watterson
Gottfried Hofmann writes: In case you have a text object in Blender and want to apply an individual animation to each letter - that's not that easy using stock tools. This tutorial shows you how the Animation Nodes addon can help you out.
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Beautiful car render by Dan80. I usually boo on clean renders of vehicles, but this one is so sexy i'll let it slide! The modelling is very well done and the lighting makes it shine, good job. Link
Micah Pendleton writes: On this episode we take a look at how to do green screening and use Blender's tools. It's the final part in our series, A Beginners Guide to Using Blender for Visual Effects.
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In this tutorial, we go over a technique to add real-time reflections to your games in the blender game engine. This can be used in the form of water puddles or actual mirrors within the game. This method uses a mask texture, mirror texture and diffuse texture to give that extra realistic look. Stay Inspired!
Great work by Julsan, the expressions are amazing, very suitable to their respective characters! Julsan used Renderman for this project of his, which yields great results as seen here. This is in fact a WIP image, can't wait to see the finished work! Link
Here's another round of the best Blender 3D designs on Sketchfab. And remember: add the #Blender tag if you want me to find your work! Which is your favourite model? Ruins by Kyan0s on Sketchfab Dr. Sylvester & M.O.U.S.E Exterminator by Jakob Baldwin on Sketchfab House SF by kathiastaff on Sketchfab Futuristic Air Defense Gun [...]
Want to create a full scale realistic city all in Blender? Then this in-depth tutorial is for you! With the help of OpenStreetMaps we create a large portion of New York city, add Details, Materials, Textures, and render with some Compositing!
Eidos Montral, Razer, and Open Bionics are working to bring Deus Ex inspired prosthetic limbs to life, and Philm spotted a bit of Blender in their video!
In this video tutorial you'll learn how to use the sculpting tools (dynamic topology), the Sculpt Tools UI addon and how to sculpt a creature in Blender 2.7. This video was supported by RenderStreet. Tutorial in English: Tutorial in German is available here. If you like to download the video including bonus content, like the [...]