2D & 3D Animation
I stumbled upon PureRef, a neat tool that makes it easy to create collages of reference images. Just drag your images into it and arrange them any way you like. Give it a try and let me know what you think! PureRef is freeware and available for Windows, OSX and Linux.
Background Hi, my name is Daniel Ruiz-Lucero, I’m from the Sonoran desert in México and just moved to sunny California! (not US); Ensenada, Baja California, México. I like to draw and create stuff, which sounds vague but it means that I’m curious and like to learn about—and make—different things. I had formal education as a [...]
Emiliano Colantoni writes: This is a mini project that i did for a workshop focused on Eevee. Hope you like it! :) Sound - freesound.org Additional modelling - blendswap.com SSR wheel model by BlackSilver (blendswap.com)
jayanam writes: In this video I show how to use the GPU module in Blender 2.8 to draw into the 3D View for my screencast keys addon VUr to visualize the mouse button states. I also moved the panel of the addon to the sidebar. The addon can be download here for free.
dj writes: Hi there Blenderheads ! We have released the next part of our interior tutorial series. The series is addressed to blender users who want to dig into interior archviz. Throughout the course we create a whole industrial styled loft bedroom, step by step. In this part we add some cruicial details to the [...]
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Gottfried Hofmann writes: Blender 2.8 gets some pretty useful new selection methods you might be familiar with from other packages: Add, Subtract, Difference, Intersect
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pragma37 writes: THEME EDITOR is an addon that makes theme customization fast and easy. In summary, it lets you: Edit your UI theme colors by groups (every matching color) instead of one by one. Highlight the currently selected UI elements, for easier searching and discovery. Filter by color, so you can simply click on the [...]
ChrisP writes: In this video I create a logo animation with volumetrics and a Hollywood-style anamorphic lens flare in Blender 2.8 EEVEE.
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Here are the notes from today's developer meeting. Next meeting is Monday, 26 November 18:00 CET (17:00 UTC). Brecht Van Lommel writes: 1) New features and changes Left click select was modified to be more compatible with the tool system. This will continue to be improved to address various usability issues. New popover for collection [...]
nuxttux writes: LaVoum - A Haitian song which dives into social-political and moral challenges that we, as individuals, face on a daily basis. Now with subtitles, both in English and Creole. A NUXTTUXent production. Software Used : Blender 2.79b [3D rig; Compositing; Editing (VSE)] Gimp 10.x Inkscape 9.x All of the assets were designed and [...]
Jellymeyer writes: This is a simple compositing tutorial I made recently. it covers how you can use blender's compositor even if all you have to work with are image sequences. It also covers a few different aspects of the blender compositor that I haven't seen other people talk about much, like how to use a [...]
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Curtis Holt writes: In this video, we take a look at creative ways to use matcaps inside of the EEVEE realtime rendering engine, as well as how to make use of EEVEE’s post-processing features to beautifully display our model.
tibicen writes: Simple Asset Manager for Blender 2.8. Works with objects, materials, hdr and particle systems. Did this one due to dealys for internal asset manager for Blender (no rush guys, I get it; you will have more angles to look at the topic). Made for simplicity of usage (if you have any ideas how [...]
Here's my latest overview of the best Blender work on Sketchfab this week. And remember: add the #Blender tag if you want me to find your work! Stan Lee Tribute - 3D portrait by Guilherme Freitas on Sketchfab PROFANE - Stan Lee Tribute by Profane MMORPG on Sketchfab Street Gull by slam_nine on Sketchfab Spaceship [...]
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Justin writes: Let's talk about TEXT, baby! Learn how to create pretty text using a free presentation software called Google Slides and then import your text into Blender's Video Sequence Editor (VSE).
Steve Lund writes: Learn how to photoscan a human face using only free software! In this tutorial I explain every step to shooting and scanning someones face in Meshroom and Blender.
jayanam writes: This is a new Blender tutorial in which I show how to use live bool (boolean modifiers without applying) for creating animations (I also render these):
Manuel Grad writes: For this project I was responsible for Concept, CG, and Comp. Everything was done in Blender, except Comp, which was done in Nuke. Blender was a huge help on this project, rendertimes were reasonably low (with some tricks like baking the SSS for the second scene) and the visual quality was exactly [...]
iriarte93 writes: Finally! Here is the tutorial and the .blend file for reverse engineering. Enjoy!