Blender Tutorials


Here’s the link to the Object Motion Blur Add-on for Eevee for anyone who’s interested.


I’ve seen several studios make announcements that they are moving to Blender in the past year and just yesterday a well known Japanese Anime studio announced it was dropping Max for Blender for all sorts of reasons from cost, to access to bigger talent pool and quality of the toolset especially the inclusion of the Grease Pencil. At least I think that’s what the article said it was a dreadful translation.


That denoise is crazy lol


Yup and they are now Silver members of Development Fund. Seems like the past 3 months have seen a major tipping point. Within a few years from now we could see Blender have more funding for development than what Maxon or the Foundry have. (Autodesk will still have bigger money for years, I suspect).

I sure plan to route money to the fund.


And then there’s this


Sweet. To be clear that’s currently in a separate Blender Fork. Sure would be nice to see the guy be able to join the formal Blender team.


Good point. Hopefully, it will be merged. It looks promising.


The voxel remesh came from that branch…
Things are being merged bit by bit…


He is already working full time for the blender foundation.


They remove it from current - blender-2.81-5d72ceb8d806-win64 ((August 15, 19:05:01 - b5fe838d4408))
(i read that crashes a lot)

Only if windows -
or build yourself


No, the voxel remesh is there.


You’re at MacOS, Linux or Windows builds?

I’m using windows build (August 15, 19:05:01 - b5fe838d4408), nope, no voxel

old 2.80 beta at graphicall/Tdbbbc has it


It’s from the link @TheRedWaxPolice posted


@spireil Like I said here:

The modifier version is not in the daily builds yet, just the voxel remesher “operator”.

And yes, the modifier is available in the sculpt branch only, for now…


“Parametric objects” addon


I like sv nodes in blender. Why does c4d simpler? I will try to repeat such setup in c4d, by xpresso and python


Scott, I saw this in my YT recommendations and thought of you.

EEvee Sci-fi Volumetric lighting in real time.


Thanks, I’ll take a look later,… I did have a watch of your previous one you posted, which gave me some idea’s. Funny enough, the star cruiser ship I made and shown in the Tron-esk film in that I made in ZBrush and Cinema 4D, is one that I have imported and had a play around with in Blender 2.8 a few days back. It was made way back in March of last year… I do know that there was a scene made available to check out eevee with… so not sure if you video relates to that yet… Creating planets and intergalactic colonies using the techniques and models I’ve created is one of my plans for the next year I think… last night I followed that guys video on making the tornado in Blender 2.8… I remember that I had attempted to create a twister in Cinema 4D after watching Dr Strange in the local cinema a few years back. Blender seems far easier and more powerful in that regard, although my method was pretty different I think but I did use particles.


This is really neat

with a demo in EEVE


Maybe not a tutorial, but still interesting.