Recently we discover an interesting Blender tutorial on Youtube by Crossmind, an Animation and Motion design studio, based out of New Delhi, India.
Apart from the commercial part, a year ago, they have started a series of free courses for Blender on Youtube. We found them very well made and clear.
Blender 2.83 LTS ( Long Term Support) is out and you can download it right now.
With this release of the 3D software many bugs have been already fixed, and further fixes are already planned and will happen in next years. This LTS version will big project a greater stability and performance.
On top of this the latest version fo Blender comes with very great advanced features.
As written on his Instagram profile, William Landgren is 13 years old from Stockholm. This fact wouldn’t be so exceptional, but William has realised a fantastic animation in Blender that many of us are still dreaming of doing. But he didn’t stop just there. He created a tutorial on Youtube, where William teaches all of us how to do it. So, amazed and curious, we ask some…
Today we interview Lina Jakaité. A geologist from Gargzdai in Lithuania, who loves also 3D geological modelling and all that is associated with it, maps, cross-sections, interpretations…!
During her geology studies she was more of a carbonate rocks person, then she spent a few years working in quaternary geology (whatever this means).
Pietro Chiovaro a young 3D Artist from Palermo, Italy. He has always been a movie lover and videogames enthusiast. In the past years, he has been focusing his studies on the development and creation of assets, characters and environments. To offer a complete set of skills, he has also developed his competences.
From KeenTools the kick off an open beta for FaceBuilder for Blender! In essence, FaceBuilder is an easy-to-use and handy tool for face likeness sculpting based on several photos. It doesn’t need any additional hardware, produces clean topology and it’s already battle proved in Nuke. UI and UX as convenient and native for Blender…
Be bold, be creative… be open source.