2D & 3D Animation
The YouTube Channel of Alimayo Arango has managed to stay under my radar for a long time, and I was amazed at the amount and quality of his content. Today, he presents his first tutorial here on how to make a quick low poly terrain, then how to add a quick low poly city-scape to the [...]
By Christophe Chaplin. This is an old project than I began 1 year ago. The purpose is to render this object in a complete environment (a ski shop that I have already created ). But in first I wanted to create a studio like render. For this image I used only open source softwares: OS Linux, [...]
New work by Reynante M. Martinez. Hello, everyone! Here's my latest artwork; inspired by that feeling of longing, and by nature itself. More info and high-res version on my website. You can also check out my Facebook page. Have you had that feeling as well? :)
David McDermott presents a pilot for a television program for kids, with a very distinctive 2D/cardboard style. I wanted to share the last project I worked on, a children's t.v. pilot/teaser. The client created a storyboard and concept art for all the characters, my challenge was to translate their lovely natural media 2D artwork into [...]
The schedule for the Blender Conference 2014 is now complete.
A very believable glass or orange juice by AUP3D. I've tried to create a photo realistic orange juice .. I think I nailed it. What do you think?(Cycles Render) You have to use your own textures and maybe tweak the lights.. if you like. There is another scene with Blender-Intern Materials. Remember to play with [...]
Wow, just wow! The artwork this weekend was awesome, clearly the topic 'movie posters' was an excellent inspiration for everyone. I looked a bit harder at the votes for each entry and discarded the 'anonymous' votes. After that, the clear winner was Klamauk's 'Taxi Driver. He writes: here is my contribution for this weeks contest. [...]
By JoKiAr Gu. 2014 blender 2.71 cycles render corel photopaint post pro
Blenderheads in Portlang, Oregon, are meeting this Saturday! A. PoorBUG writes: The Portland, Oregon Blender User Group (BlenderPDX) is holding a meeting on Saturday, the 18th of October at the Art Institute of Portland, room 204 (a PC lab) from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. Seating is limited, but everyone is welcome to come, explore, and [...]
The latest release of Blenderart Magazine focuses on Cycles features and art. Sandra Gilbert writes: Come jump on the Cycles Circus merry-go-round with us as we not only explore some fun features of cycles, but play on a comet and meet the geniuses of Ray and Clovis So grab your copy today. Also be sure [...]
Fantastic character design and animation by pieriko. Here it is after weeks of work, the final render to illustrate my future animation reel (rendered but not composed yet). I will also make the tutorial on muscle deformation from driven bone based on this caracter ASAP. I hope you'll like it.
Light BWK and Lee Posey have launched a new Blender FAQ in an effort to make it easier for new users to pick up Blender. Light BWK writes: Recent events have created a surge in interest to Blender. New Blender users are at an all time high. Lee Posey and myself both experienced the amount [...]
A beautiful old street scene by ForgottenWorld (don't forget to enlarge it!) A dark old alley way lead to a world beyond... Cycles Blender 2.72 Photoshop
Giuseppe Delogu has once again applied his utterly amazing 'hair' technique to van Gogh paintings (see his 'Van Gogh's Hair' too). hello, my 2 recent work, i used the same technique "van gogh hair) in this case i used the force to shape the hair, wind and vortex, i hope you appreciate the work.
Add some intelligence to your games using logic bricks. Aidy Burrows writes: Be careful with this stuff, with enough logic bricks Blender might become self aware. Yup, In this game development installment we’ll be taking a look at artificial intelligence in the Blender game engine. How to get an enemy to roam around the level? [...]
Awesome work by Pieter Mylle. Hi everyone,I would like to share some of my last year's Blender fun. Hope you like it, any suggestions are welcome! Pieter
Join a free Blender workshop in Brussels, Belgium next week. Julien Deswaef writes: On Saturday 18th of October, Blender-Brussels is happy to invite Benoît Bolsée to give a workshop at F/LAT on how to create addons with Python for Blender. The Blender-Brussels are a monthly free and open series of workshops that explore creative coding [...]
Paul Geraskin presents a short but nicely made video, with battles in different times. Here is my small video which i made with Blender and Natron. Blender: All was rendered in Cycles except the explosion. Blender is really great 3d application. But i found that it's pretty difficult to compose complex huge scenes when we have [...]
The CG Masters Tutorial Contest is back! Chris Plush writes: Blender 2.72 has officially been released, and that means it’s time for another CG Masters contest to teach people how to use it! The goal is simple, create the best video tutorial or written tutorial you can using Blender 2.72! The deadline is October 23, [...]