Blender Tutorials


#318

He is already working full time for the blender foundation.


#319

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

Only if windows - https://blender.community/c/graphicall/Tdbbbc
or build yourself


#320

No, the voxel remesh is there.


#321

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


#322

It’s from the link @TheRedWaxPolice posted


#323

@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…


#324

“Parametric objects” addon



#325

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


#326

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

EEvee Sci-fi Volumetric lighting in real time.


#327

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.


#328

This is really neat

with a demo in EEVE


#329

Maybe not a tutorial, but still interesting.
TexTools


#330

Some of the improvements in the outliner (shift click to select all items in between, proper box selection without pressing B etc…) are already available in the daily builds.

2019-08-16_22-56-09


#331

Finally. It should have also buttons to hide or show objects by type, for example show only lights.


#332

You mean…like this? Already in 2.8.

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#333

Yeah, but is the drop down menu disease which implies 100% or doubling the clicks. It should be all in view.

Inverting should also be possible: show only this vs show everything but this. So you click in lights then click in invert button.


#334

The spaceship is from an Eevee demo scene that can be downloaded from the Blender.org site but the video is about rendering with volumetric fog which would add a lot of atmosphere to your sci-fi work. It also cuts the draw distance down so you can throw in more basic building objects in the background to fill out the set which will cheaply increase your production value.

If you’re modelling space colonies I’d seriously have a look at the Sverchok node addon as it is designed for procedural modelling for architecture. http://nikitron.cc.ua/sverchok_en.html. I’d give it a try, you’ve literally nothing to lose.

In so many ways Blender is way ahead of C4D R20 and especially R11.5 but if you were only to take advantage of the speed of Eevee in rendering it would be a big win for your productivity.


#335

Here’s an excellent Eevee texturing tutorial. Friedrichsdorf you have a problem…


#336

Lazy strikes again w/brilliant 60sec tut:


#337

Really good if somewhat a little bit fast overview of the material node system, to have for future reference and with use of eevee. It’s a bit tedious to watch in places, but it is naturally quite a tedious process creating materials using nodes anyway. I kept thinking that I could create the textures in photoshop first and overlay them, although that would only really be part of the process with lighting and reflectivity effects in play. Being procedural though it’s not too dissimilar to C4D when using it’s procedural functions. Rendering with eevee really will make use of my new graphics card though where with C4D R11.5 really doesn’t.

I did also watch the space ship video you last posted which will come in handy…

Cheers.

Also I downloaded the plugin… for the city like stuff…

Right now I’m building stuff in Reaktor for the instrument project I’ve been working on also, but I’ll check out the other Blender stuff later .