As promised we release a final version of the kickoff workshop short film in full HD for your delight, containing a few fixes and tweaks. We are also releasing the main production folder under CC-BY license for you to explore and improve.
Here we have an outline of the quit_blender_files folder:
chars – the library files for the tentacle robot and the dones
footage – a readme.txt file, which will invite you to copy in there the content of the quit_blender_footage folder
scenes – all the VFX shots in the short film, shot_XX_compositing usually is the final version of the file, linking in all the libraries and effects
sets – basics sets used for tracking support, masking and compositing
Since a lot of renaming and refactoring has been done, it is possible that some paths might still be broken. Make sure you are using a recent (trunk or 2.62 should also work) release version of Blender.
Last but not least enjoy the full HD version of “Quit Blender”!
By James Campbell. James writes: This is an animated short I created in only six days animated and rendered using Blender. Depth of field was also done in blender. The ability to transfer camera data from Blender to After Effects … Continue reading →
untuk menempatkan posisi pandangan kamera pada objek dengan interaktif dan mudah, blender menyediakan fasilitas lock camera to view, yaitu dimana kita bisa menggeser maupun memutar posisi pandangan kamera kita terhadap objek seperti yang biasa kita melakukanya pada pandangan viewport 3d.
untuk menggunakanya tampilkan properti panel(shortcut: n) untuk mengaktifkan pilihan lock camera to view,
Visit the Linux Days in Chemnitz, Germany this weekend and enjoy a Blender lecture and/or workshop. Erik Schufmann writes: There will be a lecture and a workshop about Blender at the Chemnitz Linux Days 2012 at the University of Technology … Continue reading →
This is a camera-animated version of my work titled 'Such is Life' (http://reynantem.blogspot.com/2012/02/such-is-life.html).
Made with: Blender 2.62
Rendered with: Cycles
Music: Melancholic Interpretation in G# by Connum, courtesy of http://www.freesound.org
Riven Phoenix presents a free Blender videotraining of almost 9 hours long! Riven Phoenix writes: The Structure of Blender 3D Modeling and Animation has been released spanning 8 hours and 45 mins. This course is FREE just like blender. Enjoy! … Continue reading →