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jafem95 writes: Hello! It was very fun to do this project but it took a couple of months due to the lack of time and creativity. I have always wanted to make a video with these dramatic sounds you often hear in movie trailers these days but I could never figure out what subject I [...]
nuxttux writes: Discover the best add-ons for video editing in Blender. These add-ons will increase your workflow by providing you with some well needed features. See my previous tutorial for a general introduction on the VSE. You'll be learning about some interesting Blender Sequencer add-ons: VSE Transform Tool VSE Quick Functions
Enjoy the work of Martin Kovacik, 3D Artist from Nitra, Slovakia. I'm freelance 3D Artist with 4-year experience. I'm specialized into architectural visualization (exteriors). All the renderings are modeled in Blender and rendered with Cycles. Little of post-production is made in Photoshop.
BlendMaster writes: Hey Everybody! In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a cool sci-fi grill/panel wallpaper inside of Blender. In this video, we will go over creating the actual displacement texture for our panel, and then set up the materials to get that metallic look. After you're all done, you will [...]
lucasfalcao writes: Auto Eye is a procedural generated material for the iris, done in Cycles, that will make easy to create eyes. With this product you will be able to experiment and create a wide variety of eyes quickly, you don't need to paint every eye from scratch for each new character you create.
Fernan shares this speed modeling video of a God of War battle axe. My weekend work :)
bintang senja writes: Hi Guys, Here I want to share my complete shader workflow on creating interior rendering, I included all materials creation process in the video. This basically made using Cycles, I explained some materials, and let you guys see other materials that just modification of the first creation. You'll learn on how to [...]
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The Art of Weslley Nereu, 3d Generalist from Fortaleza, Brazil. Spider Man vs Doctor Octopus by n3reu on Sketchfab Rabbit Hole by n3reu on Sketchfab Capitão by n3reu on Sketchfab
Paul Caggegi writes: Hi everyone! This tutorial will show you how to create two light responsive comic style materials in Cycles by learning about the Toon BDSF shader's functions. Creating materials from scratch can be daunting, but by seeing how shaders can be mixed, controlled and modified, I hope to demystify the process for those [...]
futurehack writes: Los Angeles Blender User Meeting Sat March 17 Los Angeles Blender artists, developers, and enthusiasts…Unite for World Blender Meetup Day (WBMD) 2018 THIS Saturday, March 17th. The WBMD event includes Blender user groups, studios, and solution makers in various cities around the globe who join online on a single day to share creative [...]
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Daniel Vesterbaek writes: Another day - Another Quick Tip tutorial. I hope you learn a thing of two from it - Enjoy!
Luca Di Cecca continues his anatomical sculpting series (see his tutorial on sculpting an arm here). Ciao ragazzi, here the second video of human anatomy serie. In this video I'm sculpting a leg.
Cédric Lepiller (pitiwazou) writes: In this video, we will see how to create custom Matcaps and use them. This is really simple!
YanSculpts writes: As a special for reaching 20,000 subscribers on the channel, i did a character mashup of Rick from Rick and Morty and Spiderman! In the video i will talk about the show, the character creation, show you some Blender EEVEE fun stuff and fun facts on the show. Enjoy :)
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Rudy Michau writes: Hi! Sometimes we want to use special tiles pattern with a special texture in our architecture scene. Here, I share with you how to make your own tiles pattern and how to cover large surface with Tissue. Stay creative, don't rely exclusively on libraries, do it yourself. English subtitles are available:
p2design writes: Hi Everyone, Do you want to know how I've animated this monkey character using blender 3D? If you've missed the previous streaming and feel lazy about watching it all. Have a look to this highlights video where I'll give you all the tip and technic used to create the monkey animation. Enjoy! Pierrick