Media Technology News
Reynante Martinez breaks down his beautiful 'Genesis' scene. It's finally done! Here's the breakdown of my latest piece titled "Genesis." More info on my website. Created with Blender. Rendered with Cycles using the fast and awesome RenderStreet. Materials courtesy of The Cycles Material Vault. Textures from Poliigon.
Here's another add-on to help you with retopology and hard surface modeling. What is the Ice Tools Pro? It is an addon specialized for assisting in retopology work and creating relatively light non-subd hard surface assets. Well, telling a story even in a still scene can be a very time consuming and difficult process. Most [...]
The post Add-on: Ice Tools Pro Hard Surface & Retopology Editor [$] appeared first on BlenderNation.
Yanal Sosak writes: Heya! It has been 2 Months since I launched YDT on my Youtube Channel, and so far it has been so fun! I am really glad it is helping people out, so let's look at the highlights of YDT February. I introduced my first Course format of YDT right here: There is [...]
Armando Hernández is a freelance artist from Mexic. His ships are especially impressive!
Aliasguru writes: Some two years ago, I started giving Blender classes for our design employees at Kiska. I chose a few promising candidates, put ourselves together in a room, threw Blender on screen and started explaining what the tool can do, and how to do it, while they tried to follow on their own laptops. [...]
The post Images: The fruits of training / UMA GT + Wasfire Racing appeared first on BlenderNation.
The first release candidate for the upcoming Drupal 8.3.0 release is now available for testing. Drupal 8.3.0 is expected to be released April 5.Download Drupal-8.3.0-rc1
8.3.x includes new experimental modules for workflows, layout discovery and field layouts; raises stability of the BigPipe module to stable and the Migrate module to beta; and includes several REST, content moderation, authoring experience, performance, and testing improvements among other things. You can read a detailed list of improvements in the announcements of alpha1 and beta1.What does this mean to me? For Drupal 8 site owners
The final bugfix release of 8.2.x has been released. A final security release window for 8.2.x is scheduled for March 15, but 8.2.x will receive no further releases following 8.3.0, and sites should prepare to update from 8.2.x to 8.3.x in order to continue getting bug and security fixes. Use update.php to update your 8.2.x sites to the 8.3.x series, just as you would to update from (e.g.) 8.2.4 to 8.2.5. You can use this release candidate to test the update. (Always back up your data before updating sites, and do not test updates in production.)For module and theme authors
Drupal 8.3.x is backwards-compatible with 8.2.x. However, it does include internal API changes and API changes to experimental modules, so some minor updates may be required. Review the change records for 8.3.x, and test modules and themes with the release candidate now.For translators
Some text changes were made since Drupal 8.2.0. Localize.drupal.org automatically offers these new and modified strings for translation. Strings are frozen with the release candidate, so translators can now update translations.For core developers
All outstanding issues filed against 8.2.x were automatically migrated to 8.3.x. Future bug reports should be targeted against the 8.3.x branch. 8.4.x will remain open for new development during the 8.3.x release candidate phase. For more information, see the release candidate phase announcement.Your bug reports help make Drupal better!
Release candidates are a chance to identify bugs for the upcoming release, so help us by searching the issue queue for any bugs you find, and filing a new issue if your bug has not been reported yet.
Gabriel Aguiar writes: This is a series of tutorials where I show how to create a simple Octopus (Modelled, Rigged and Animated) and then we give him a basic Artificial Intelligence in Unity. Modeling the Octopus Adding Artificial Intelligence
The post Octopus Made in Blender Gets Artificial Intelligence in Unity appeared first on BlenderNation.
Big congratulations to the SuperTuxKart team for getting their game greenlit on Steam. Five days earlier, we launched our Greenlight campaign to gather votes and try to get SuperTuxKart on Steam. As soon as the announcement was made public we were overwhelmed by the results and after only 24 hours we were already in the [...]
Blend4Web shares their latest product update and a demo. We are glad to announce our new release - the first one after changing our release cycle. As we had twice more time, we have put twice as more effort! The full list of new features and fixes you can read in the official article. Some [...]
The post Blend4Web 17.02: more VR, more usability and more Cycles! appeared first on BlenderNation.
3DAmi reports on their latest classroom project - here are the results of what 2 groups of teens achieved in just 7 days. mdewanchand writes: This year's 3Dami event at Ada college was truly amazing. In 7 days 2 teams, team orange and team purple, both with not much Blender 3D skills, managed to create [...]
Last week's Boston Blender Meetup featured an hour-long python workshop by Patrick W. Crawford. You can now see the entire session online. Recording such sessions is a great idea, I wish more people did it! In this workshop, participants learn how to control blender through python coding without any prior knowledge - and it's surprisingly easy! [...]
Pavla writes: Everybody loves a good title sequence! Whether it’s the newest Hollywood blockbuster, television commercial, or youtube channel, animated title sequences are everywhere! There’s a lot of creative potential and branding power to be wielded with an animated text intro. In this video, CG Cookie's Jeff Lange walks you step-by-step through the creation of [...]
Here's Rob Tuytel's latest 19th century city scene. I really love how he brings history to life in Blender, and hope I can one day experience one of his scenes in VR! One of the most seen paintings from the 19th century are the daily life sights from random streets in European cities. The mass [...]
Marco presents ArchDec, a pack of with 60 Furniture and Interior models. Joel and I worked on it for about 4 months, and finally we present it to you: Architecture Designers and Engineers. This is a pack of 60 Architecture Interior models and furnitures scaled using real world values and using PBR Materials. If you Buy it, you [...]
Zacharias Reinhardt writes: Hi everyone! Our new Weekly CG Challenge #95 "Dark Corridor" hast started! If you are into digital art, 2d or 3d, then this is the perfect place for you to improve your skills and win great prizes! We have a bunch of Blender related prizes, check out the list below. Deadline: March [...]
In hydrographic or 'immersion' printing a layer of colored film floats on a water surface. The object to be printed is dipped in and the color transfers to it. It's a very good technology for simple objects, but once shapes get more complicated it's hard to prepare the film. That is - unless you can [...]
2.78 is the release that just keeps giving! This is a bugfix release that fixes some minor but important issues. Fixed in 2.78c Fix for wrong render result of hair with BVH motion steps Fix compilation error of GLSL viewport when using Light Path node Fix wrong Brick texture in material viewport Fix crash with [...]
John Roper writes: Hi everyone! I just wanted to tell you that I have released the next version of the ColorMaster addon, v4.4. This release allows previews to be generated for any custom looks, as well as the ability to regenerate previews for all of the looks. Also, Filmic Blender has been updated to the [...]
The post ColorMaster v4.4 Released adds Previews for Custom Looks [$] appeared first on BlenderNation.