18.02.2020No Comments

My First Blender Add-on

I've been working with my first actual Blender add-on called Render Farts. Yes, the name is quite unique but I wanted to name it something funny. At the beginning of the prototype phase, it was named to Render Parts but that feels a little bit boring.

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05.08.20141 Comment

How to Make Color ID Map in Blender 2.71 (Cycles)

In this post I will show how I figured out workflow to make ID Map/Color ID map. This process included "custom color material", "atlas mapping" and "baking process" in Blender 2.71.  It's not big deal and hope this could help you a little bit...

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24.04.20141 Comment

Blender 2.71 – Rendering Fire and Smoke in Cycles

There is so much always happening in Blender scene. We just got the 2.7 version which was very good and with so many new features. Next 2.71 version update will bring up the smoke and fire to the Cycles rendering engine! This is so epic and I have been waiting this for a long time.

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07.02.2014No Comments

Blender Radial Gradient Texture

This is only small tip how to create "Radial Gradient" in Cycles. This can be useful like in ground planes where you want to fade out to outer edges or something like that. You can also use this to mix two textures together.

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09.01.2014No Comments

Simple Camera Move Around the Object in Blender

Let's do simple camera move around the object. We want to also to watch the object all the time. There is many ways to do this and here is couple of them.

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God’s Project Breakdown

I made this work for the newest BlenderGuru.com competition where's the topic is scifi! And yeah! I have always liked scifi genre and now I find some time to make new 3D personal project while I'm at holiday. So this post is small breakdown from this "God's Project" image and how I made it with 99% Blender (only some photography textures taken and edited from cgtextures.com).

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30.12.20121 Comment

Santa’s Workshop Breakdown

Houuu houuuu!... Yeah, I know Xmas is almost over, but this post related to Santa itself and his workshop... I made this image for blenderguru's Christmas 2012 competition. I made it just before I left to the Lapland on my Christmas holiday. I do not win that nice competition, but I got nice mention from Andrew 🙂

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09.12.20121 Comment

First Steps to Human Sculpting

I've always wondered how those great digital sculptors made those incredible images. I'm very far from that still and that's not suprice because this was actually my first human sculpting in 3D program 🙂 I've used sculpting tools just in props details, but never tried to sculpt human character. I think this was my weakest point in 3D skills. Now I try to learn it some because there is so much new possibilities in 3D if you can sculpt well.

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25.11.20121 Comment

Follow Vertex Position Blender Script

With this simple script you can "track" selected vertex. Script make an empty object that follows selected vertex position. This script work also with armature animation and that's the main reason why I made this simple experimental script.

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22.11.2012No Comments

Render From Command Line

Start rendering from command line is nice way to render in Blender. I use this command line trick for the rendering process quite often. It's  easy to setup and now you can just copy paste command to the other machine and start rendering process easily.

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