This is a series of very special small-focus tutorials from the blog on things related to Blender. This includes things like how to make rain splash, how to tie a camera to an object in the Game Engine, Adding Vector Blur to your scenes, modifiers in the graph editor and so much more!!
Really worth a solid checking out!
You can download it here!
PDF as usual!
Procedural Textures - An Introduction
This is an introductory tutorial on procedural textures that includes two bonus tutorials on how to apply them practically as you can see above. No photos were used to texture these and neither was any other program then Blander used. Find out how in this fantastic tutorial. I also recommend you getting the first one on Grass if you are so new to Blender you don't know how to save or add materials.
Here you can download it from Google Docs
Two works you can make using this tutorial:
3D with a single render
Giving credit where it's due:
- Blender, LibreOffice
- Most of all, thank YOU JESUS for asking me to write this as well as showing me how to. It rocks!!!
Here is a *.blend you can use as a start-up file, so all your future projects will contain the single node of this 3D effect.
This is one you don't want to miss. Anyone who enjoys 3D may get a kick out of this one.
As you all know, I released an early version of this tutorial and technique, but since then, it has blossomed into something wonderful I can now share with you. While this method is not perfect, it is definitely built for speed.
And yes, it is only done with a single frame's render (not rendering two angles with two cameras). This is the image at the back of this tutorial to show what the effect will do when applied to an existing scene:
PS, I am not aware of any royalties for using anaglyph or stereograms in this way (I have searched online for it), so if there is an issue with this being published, use the contact page and send me a link and I'll check it out. I'm not out to step on toes, only to obey GOD.
For a few examples on this new version, see this blog post.
He enabled me to do all this and this website belongs to Him. Thank You!