2D & 3D Animation
khamma zakaria writes: in this commercial We have used Blender (Eevee) for all 3D departement to accelerate the process working. For matte painting and compositing we have used Nuke and Photoshop. Full commercial: Making of:
Manu Järvinen writes: Hello Blender Community! For a long time I have been fiddling with this idea of Blender Community making a large combined effort just for the Appreciation for Blender's development. I had one call (also here in BlenderNation) about sculpts made by the Blender Community for a poster. The reception was great! But [...]
Jan van den Hemel writes: If my teacher in primary school had shown me these, I might have been more interested in maths! Oh well. Here's a quick look at modeling with maths.
jayanam writes: The circular array is added now to my Blender 2.8 addon Fast Carve. I also show in this video how I implement it with Python and VS Code.
Albin writes: Hi Everyone, Here is my last tutorial. We are dealing with a simple way to great growing plants of other instanced mesh using dynamic paint, vertex weights and fields. I hope it will help you with your VFX or motion design projects. Best, Albin
masterxeon1001 writes: In this video I go over the workflow used to create an animated hex forcefield in Blender 2.8.
Khamma Zakaria writes: In these shots from the project we worked over one month, and we were two persons, using Blender 3D cycle, for the exterior space and the UAE building , I used the Animax add-on for the building animation , 3Ds max vray and speed tree for the palms and the interior space [...]
Kev writes: This tutorial discusses how to create a relatively fast stylized sci-fi interior remnicient of some cybernetic lifeform villains that shall not be named here. We use modeling, displacement, EEVEE, some camera work, and some other tricks.
Felipe Esquivel writes: Hi all! This is one of the music videos for kids (2-6) we're producing entirely with Blender, from modeling to editing, rendered with Eevee. The music was also produced by us, in Spanish for a Latin American target audience. -F
Jan van den Hemel writes: I felt bad about always deleting the default cube, so today I decided to give it a little cape and make it look cool. This way, we learn about hooks, pinning groups and forcefields.
Simon Thommes writes: Hey there, I assembled a collection of 9 basic procedural noise textures. You can append them as node groups to your projects. Get the file on Gumroad.
About Hello everyone! My name is Luther S. Schmidt and I’m a self-taught 3D Artist from Brazil. For the past few years I’ve been working with modeling and animation for games, mostly low-poly art, and also managing assets and building levels in Unity. But I always keep my roots in what brought me to 3D [...]
simonjyoung writes: Melbourne based Blender studio, Lithodomos, has been making reconstructions of the ancient world with Blender since 2016. They have just launched 'Explore', an app that allows subscribers to explore over 400 recreations of the ancient world in steroscopic 360 on a smartphone with—or with—VR cardboard glasses. Lithodomos' in-house team of academics and historians [...]
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glukoz writes: I would like to announce that the second version of the UVPackmaster add-on is available. This new major release comes with many improvements, some features were completely redesigned to increase performance and make the add-on more functional. Major improvements include (follow the links in order to read a more elaborative description of a [...]
Chaosmonger studio has shared an software-agnostic tutorial on how to create a brilliant cartoon style animation. Turk182 writes: This animation has a stunning colour and rendering quality about it.
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pavla writes: "I learned more about Eevee from these 8 lessons than I have anywhere else. By far." ~ Kent Trammell Get up to speed with Blender 2.8 and its ground-breaking realtime render engine, Eevee. In this Blender 2.8 video tutorial, Ethan Snell takes you deep into the details about Eevee's lighting and material capabilities [...]
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Jan van den Hemel writes: How to make a pipe with cloth folds!
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chocofur writes: Hello Everybody! Our Blender 2.8 Absolute Beginners Course continues and there's video number 19 available now on YouTube! In this video I'll be introducing the Subdivision Modeling techniques - a very important lesson if you're interested in creating your own, professionally looking, 3D models! Cheers and see you in the upcoming videos! You [...]
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About My name is Stefano Milani. I live in Verona, in the northeast of Italy. I love traditional and 3D character animation. I started drawing traditional cartoon strips inspired by my favorite authors like Bill Watterson. “Ettore e Baldo” was my first creation. I spent many years learning how to draw and ink them with [...]
Darkfall writes: In this Video, we will be recreating a familiar VFX Tutorial, Robot Eyes. Preview: Keen viewers of my channel will already be aware of the "Robot Eyes" Tutorial we have done previously. Since there are many changes from 2.79 to 2.8, I thought it would be interesting to recreate this VFX shot within [...]