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Darkfall writes: In this Tutorial series (3 Parts). We will be modelling the Cup and Saucer along with the "Tea" so that, in Part Two we can create the Smoke and Mask Image sequences. Finally, in Part Three we will be using the VSE to composite it all together resulting in our "Hot Tea" animation. [...]
futurehack writes: World Blender Meetup Day (WBMD) is next Saturday, March 18th! Join Blender user groups around the globe for a single calendar day of online Blender CGI/VFX/Game/Dev presentations. The event is absolutely free, just like our favorite software. Our event follows the sun from Australia, Africa, Europe and the United States. You can catch [...]
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I stumbled across this video on YouTube and man am I glad, who knew Blender was able to make some great motion graphics!? I tool a look at the Blender files and there is a lot to learn from them. If you guys are interested in motion graphics then this is the place for you! [...]
Do you have any questions for Aidy Burrows and Gleb Alexandrov? This is your chance to ask them! The new Q&A with Aidy Burrows and Gleb Alexandrov will start on March 15th and will be online for 3 days, till March 18th!
I’m super happy and proud to announce that BlenderNation has made its first hire! Yanal Sosak will be joining me as part-time Art Editor for a period of at least two months. Yan will focus on discovering the best Blender art projects and interviewing the artists behind them to learn the secrets of their projects. [...]
Happy Birthday! Blender Cloud turns 3 today! Join us for Blender Institute Podcast n. 49 as we relive happy memories on how the Cloud was born and grew up to what it is today. Then, we move onto the team, learning what unique and awesome stuff everyone has been up to, all while working on [...]
Yanal Sosak writes: Hey guys! Have you ever wondered how the lamps in Blender emit light? If you did then this is definitely the video for you! Pssst (Tomorrow's tip is on emission)
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Here's a cool project where Blender is used to remote-control a rig and make it follow a pre-programmed path. h writes: Part of the beauty of Blender is its willingness to be hacked and adapted with Python, right from within its own UI. Need to export an object’s animation to some arbitrary text format? Just [...]
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kike_sahagun writes: Scixel is now 4 years old: a very small Blender based company (www.scixel.es) which produces CGI for scientists and research centers. We've grown substantially during 2016 both in new clients and in project numbers. So, to the so frequent question "can you make a living out of Blender", the answer is yes. We've [...]
CGBookcase.com featured 65 free tileable textures in several categories: Food/ Gravel/ Ground/ Leaves/ Marble/ Metal/ Nature/ Paving & Cobblestone/ Procedural/ Smudge & Imperfections/ Walls/ Wood. (Registration required).
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! Cherry Blossom Elf tree by Curlscurly on Sketchfab Uncle Otto's truck by denis_sd on Sketchfab Junebug by Julien Kaspar on Sketchfab Tupuxuara Leonardii by Kyan0s on Sketchfab Low-Fi [...]
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Giuliano DANSKY D'Angelo writes: Still-life composition made for a visual brand. It may seem a kid desk, but the reality is that there are a bunch of references, some personal real old memories and some strange pieces not exactly taken from childish life. And, there are references from Breaking Bad and Star Wars. Can you [...]
More Cycles performance improvements are coming your way! That and more in today's developers meeting notes. Ton writes: Hi all, Here are the notes from today's 15 UTC meeting in irc.freenode.net #blendercoders. 1) Targets for Blender 2.79 Planning and targets list. OpenHMD: a test build will become available, but waits for a small fix. Sergey Sharybin: [...]
Yanal Sosak writes: Lighting is a very important aspect when you create renders, it will either make or brake your renders. This is why I will talk about lighting for the next few episodes, starting with this 101 intro (you can get the scene at Gumroad). Do you guys have trouble lighting your scenes? Maybe [...]
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Great work by Daniel Serra from Rosario, Argentina!
Jimmy Gunawan writes: I have published an article and also video tutorial on how to process 3D Point Cloud data into the format will work for Sketchfab using Sverchok Add-On in Blender. The whole procedure can also be done using Python Scripting, however, with nodes I manage to explain each step very clearly. And coincidentally, [...]
Gabriel Aguiar writes: In this tutorial we're going to see two ways to create rocks. The first method is a fully low-poly rock style and pretty easy to do. And the second method is a cartoonish style with round corners.
Yanal Sosak writes: Hey guys, i got some news that i will be sharing exclusively here on Blender Nation (read below)! But firstly, today's YDT is a simple quick tip on making the background transparent. Okay, you guys ready? We just hit #70 and i think it is time to introduce some interesting topics that [...]
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