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Mit der neuen Ray Length-Node in Blender 2.64 kann man Absorption simulieren.
**You are watching one of the tutorials included in The Nature Academy** The Nature Academy is an online training course that teaches you how to create a variety of different nature scenes using Blender.
Blender supports importing mocap data in the BVH format. Importing is accomplished through a script: go to File>Import>Motion Capture (.bvh).
Box modelling is a staple technique for every 3D artist. Learn how to model a sperm whale suitable for use in animation or games work in this simple step-by-step guide. Beginning with a simple cube and gradually refining its form, you will learn how to add detail to the model while maintaining a low poly count as you progress through the tutorial.
Over the past few months, I've been observing quite a bit of confusion over some aspects of the animation system in 2.5 that's all related to "Keying Sets". These are a rather important new feature aimed at improving the animation workflow, but which many people don't seem to be aware of.
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In this tutorial you will discover how to: Use the explode modifier correctly to break apart your mesh Slow down time by tweaking particle settings Use force fields to give your particles an extra ‘kick’ Create thousands of shards of glass in one fell swoop Color grade your work ‘hollywood style’ If you’ve spent anytime watching television, you’ve probably seen at least one commercial or trailer showing slow motion shattered glass.
Welcome to this 2010 Blender Training Series for Citizens! The 2010 Blender Training Series was CG Cookie’s first training series and is still one of our most popular series launched to date.
Standards for hardware accelerated 3D on the Internet are starting to become established. This is the first step towards immersive virtual worlds accessible through a browser window and for now, a nice way to display your models. The following tutorial (in four parts) shows how to embed Blender models in web pages using software from x3dom.org , the video tutorial runs through a Blender tutorial from their site.