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ProjectNion Motion Trail - Crouch Download Not certain what to do with this file? Read the information on installing Add-Ons. In the Add-Ons panel it will show up as Animation: Motion Trail. If you liked this script, please consider making a donation. Introduction The video below shows how to use Motion Trail 3 and what you can do with it. How to use The add-on uses the same hotkeys as the ones used at other places in Blender. There are 3 modes in the add-on: Location, Speed and Timing. Location: select a keyframe or handle and move it to change the location data of the object's animation path. The Speed and Timing mode don't change the location of the object , only the speed. The motion trail can display different colours.
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Blackhawk VFX Alexander Weide sent us a link to a piece of his recent work. He is a 3D artist who works mainly with Blender and SideFX Houdini. For one project he needed to quickly rebuild and texture a Blackhawk helicopter. As I experienced on my own, often commercial online models are full of modeling problems. Fortunately Blenders modeling workflow is vert efficient and fast. The chopper was then animated and put together in Houdini because it has an outstanding animation and particle systems. BlackHawk_VFX_Sequence: Black Hawk VFX Shotbreakdown For everybody who is interested to maybe give Houdini a test drive there are two very affordable options. Free Personal learning edition which has a watermark and image size limitation and the HD version which does not have any of the restictions for 99 $. For more go to here:
Blender tutorials: 20 ways to create cool 3D effects | Blender Creating 3D art can be expensive. But thanks to creatives developing free open source software, like Blender, everyone can get involved. In this article, we've rounded up the best step-by-step Blender tutorials from around the web. Improve your modelling, animating, rendering and compositing skills as you follow the projects and pick up tips from leading 3D designers in these video and text tutorials. We've grouped these Blender tutorials into three sections, so that as well as browsing the whole list you can jump straight to the guides that are most relevant to you (use the drop-down menu above to navigate to the page you want). Blender tutorials for beginners 01. Get started with the basics of Blender with this free video tutorial series from Blender Foundation-certified trainer Jonathan Williamson. 02. Before you start creating anything in Blender, you need to master the basics. 03. 04. 05. 06. Get to grips with the complete workflow for setting up lighting for an outdoor scene. 07.
DVD training 7: Blend & Paint - Blender Store Created by David Revoy, art director of Sintel and author of the Chaos and Evolutions training DVD. On this DVD training - with over 2 hours of videos - David Revoy explains step-by-step his 3D paint-over techniques. De training starts with an introduction to Blender 2.5, to provide 2D artists with not much 3D experience a quick overview of the key features of Blender. It introduces the basics of the UI, modeling meshes and setting up light and rendering. The main theme of this training is to end up with a big high-detail 6K picture of a science-fiction environment, with space ship, a city, plants and trees, and several characters. For this training, a basic knowledge of Gimp and digital painting is recommended. Over 2 hours of videos of 1280x720, 30fpsShort, concise steps, commented with english labels (no voice-over).Uses Blender 2.5+ - Gimp-painter 2.6+ - Mypaint 0.9+ Licensed as Creative Commons 3 AttributionWatch the trailer in YouTubeDVD contents Available Options:Training:
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Tutorial: 3D Lichtstreifen in Blender Published: 09 April 2011 Cool looking light streaks are not exclusive to commercial products like AE. In fact, you can create those in Blender as well. With full control over speed and timing thanks to the motion trail addon. This tutorial shows you how to create light streaks in Blender and how to use the motion trail addon by Crouch for animation. 00:00 - 02:40 Intro and Overview02:40 - 11:10 Setup the Particle System11:10 - 16:20 Motion Trail Addon Basics16:20 - 21:04 Motion Trail Advanced Features21:04 - 24:10 Troubleshooting Part I24:10 - 27:35 Troubleshooting Part II Download both Blendfile and Preview Video in high quality here! (Blendfile includes title composite)