Hooly Bajooly! I’ve only gone and done it now. I’ve uploaded my first tutorial video to youtube in 3, almost 4 years! With this comes a renewed sense of ‘no seriously mum this is what I want to do’. So if you like what you see and maybe want to …
Brought to you by CG Geek, this tutorial shows a great way to make realistic trees. I have seen some of the techinques he uses before but Steve takes it all the way from start to finish. It is a long tutorial but he covers a ton of different subjects …
I do enjoy quick tip videos, here’s one from Joshua Autumn of TooEasyCG. In this video you’ll learn how to balance lighting and shadows in blender.
Here’s a fun little tutorial series from Jason Kessler, he shows you how to make a snow sled animation by using dynamic paints features. Some nice results from this tutorial and dynamic paint is something I haven’t used much of before so it’s nice to see how it can be used.
Blender can be used for more then just animated characters in scenes, I love seeing alternate and slightly unusual ways that Blender can be used to put out some awesome effects. Check out this tutorial on how to use Blender for infographic animations.
Here’s a great little article with a bunch of tips from various contributors who use Blender in a professional capacity, some really useful stuff in here check it out! Blender tips: 27 ways to upgrade your workflow
Here’s a clever tutorial on how to animate a pac man in Blender, the technique of using an animated shape as part of a boolean modifier to create the pac man animation is not something I would have thought to try doing!
Here’s a nice quick tutorial on how to use blender’s node system to edit an image texture to create various texture maps, a process that typically is done in a seperate program to create various files that need to be imported.
5 Tips for photoreal hard-surface models Tim Bergholz of chamferzone.com has given 5 top tips for acheiving photoreal results on hard surface models. I don’t do alot of hard surface modeling myself so it’s nice to get tips like this, I really like that most of the tips are something …
Here is a great tutorial from Aidy Burrows of CG Masters on creating a nebula flythrough. Aidy does a wonderful job of explaining the purpose of each node as he uses them so if you want to study node usage this is a great tutorial to practice with.