Category Archives: Video
Things are going great with Danté. I’ve still got to rig his arms/hands and do a decent face rig. And some small repairs. But he’s looking good: From 3D Gallery
Having not done much with the Blender fluid simulator in an awful long time, and out of curiosity which had been raised by a question, I’ve done this little animation. Made in Blender 2.49b.
Just recently discovered this script that generates, very easily I might add, whole cities. Big, little, detailed, simple. Very configurable. I gave it a quick go and decided to go for a drive through it. The script can be found … Continue reading
I’m really enjoying making 3D head models at the moment. After the whole edge-loop thing clicked in my mind, it just became a lot easier to do. This WIP is a model of one of my fellow Blender Underground members. … Continue reading
Made entirely with Blender. The skin has SSS. The hair is partical hair. The eyes have refraction through the cornea. Everything could be better but I like it. A face, textured And it looks REALLY weird animated:
Over the years I have tried, on occasion, to model a realistic face. I’ve had varying degrees of success leading up to this, my first decent face model. All the loops are right. All the proportions are right. Well, as … Continue reading
I love using Blender but every so often I do manage to find something I can’t do with it. That doesn’t necessarily mean it can’t do it. It simply means I can’t figure out how.
I’m sure it’s quite well known that I’m an avid fan of Blender. However, this does not lead me to ignore the quality produced from other 3D softwares. Especially when it involves incredible talent and great entertainment. A man going … Continue reading
My good friend Mr. Burgess pointed me to this incredible video of a young Ukrainian lady making a story with just a lightboard and some sand. It’s a similar thing to those tea adverts, only live. Amazing work.
This is another one of those projects I ended up doing because of a question asked at Blender Underground. The question was how to make a transparent cloud layer on a planet. So I had a go, got carried away, … Continue reading