Free Blender 3D Tutorials : CG Masters contact us | view cart CG Masters - Blender 3D Modeling, Texturing and Game Tutorials. Welcome to CG Masters, a training platform for Blender that provides high quality training DVD's and free tutorials. Home » Free Blender 3D Tutorials Free Tutorials Easily Mirror A Walk Cycle Animation Quick tip on how to easily copy over animation from one side of the body to the other for perfectly syncing walk/run cycles! Blender Tutorial : Hard & Soft Edges (Without Modifiers) Confused about soft and hard edges? Blender Tutorial : Linking And Appending : DO’s and DON’TS! HUMANS! Creating Facial Shapes in Blender In this tutorial: Learn how to make and pose facial shapes in Blender! Creating your own Matcaps (a cool way to viz characters in Blender) Learn how to make our own ‘matcaps’! Modifying a Rig to a New Character Here I’ll be taking the Character Creation Ninja character’s rig and applying it to my new guy! [FREE CHARACTER] Character Creation Vol.2 – Rigging Page 1 of 1112345»10...Last » Categories
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Stereoscopic Rendering in Blender Update: 13. Jun. 2013 Stereoscopic Rendering in Blender 2.6 How to implement an off-axis camera to produce correct stereo pairs via Python Add-on in Blender Since there is no stereoscopic camera in Blender, I decided to write a python script to implement an 'Off-Axis' stereo camera. This script sets the 'Stereo Window' or zero parallax in Blender and not via postproduction. Download: Download Version 1.6.8 (13. Download Version 1.6.7 (02. Video tutorial (youtube.com) Extra video: How to render a stereo Side-by-Side animation (youtube.com) Camera Types: The Add-on provides all three stereoscopic camera types. Note: to re-calculate the shift of the Off-Axis Camera, click the 'Set Stereo Camera' button 1) if you change the render resolution 2) if you change the camera angle 3) if you change any stereo parameter (if the output is a Side-by-Side: delete the nodes and click 'Add-Nodes' again to get the new size too) Mathematics: 1. Update: 24. Stereoscopic Rendering in Blender 2.49 Example:
tutorials Make bvhacker the default for opening bvh files It is possible to open bvh files in bvhacker by double clicking a bvh file. This page shows you how to quickly and easily associate bvh files with bvhacker. Video Tutorial 4: Converting Beyond Motion bvh files Shows how to convert one of the Beyond Motion bvh files for Second Life. Video Tutorial 3: Converting CMU bvh files and zeroing joints Tutorial movie showing how to convert one of the CMU Daz friendly bvh files for Second Life. Video Tutorial 2: Preparing for upload to Second Life A short tutorial describing how to best prepare your bvh file for upload to Second Life. Video Tutorial 1: Converting Animazoo bvh files to Second Life format A short tutorial showing how to convert one of Animazoo's bvh files for Second Life compatibility. A note on intellectual property rights If you do sell animations made with bvhacker you have an obligation to obtain permission from the original bvh motion file creator to re-sell their work.
Review: 3D Mice with Blender 2.59 Traditionally, most 3D artists use a keyboard and mouse for all their work; many also use a tablet. However, more and more people are beginning to add 3D mice to their arsenal. 3D mice offer a very natural and easy way to navigate 3D space; giving more precise control than a mouse or keyboard ever can. Today I am reviewing three models of 3D mice offered by 3D Connexion; the Space Navigator, Space Explorer and Space Pilot Pro. Each of 3D Connexion’s models are now supported in Blender as of version 2.59. Along with my rundown of the pros/cons of each device, below you will also find a short video overview demoing how to use a 3D mouse with Blender 2.59. Here is another video, created by Studio Lumikuu that was presented at SIGGRAPH to better describe what a 3D Mouse actually is and how it works: My Thoughts on Each Device 3D Connexion was kind enough to provide me with one of each of their three main models; the Space Navigator, Space Explorer and Space Pilot Pro. 01. Pros: Cons: 02. Cons:
I Sculpt Stuff Blender 2.5 tutorials and training game · level · character Using the Blender tutorials and training available below, learn how to use Blender 3D for content creation and game development. Pick up essential skills for properly optimised models, efficient level design and texture making. In-depth, extensive and unique explanations of methods and principles you won't find anywhere else, seriously! Not just on using Blender 3D, but also the 'hidden' and less talked about core subjects associated with content and game development, all of if freely available to those looking for it. Blender modeling tutorials ^ Draw All Edges object property Sometimes being able to see the structure of a mesh in it's entirety is advantageous when working. Updated for the latest version of Blender. Learn Blender: make a simple map Tutorial on using Blender to make .map based levels (Quake format). Blender & activating Add-Ons Blender & two-sided materials Blender Metric & Imperial units Blender view, grid & camera properties Blender & collision hulls for game models
Wings 3D | A Polygon Modeler TF3DM - 3D Models for free Débutez dans la 3D avec Blender Depuis quelques années maintenant, la 3D a envahi notre quotidien : au cinéma (effets spéciaux, cinéma d'animation) à la télévision (publicité..), dans les jeux vidéo... elle est partout ! Mais alors, comment on fait de la 3D ? Est-ce difficile, réservé aux professionnels ? Je peux en faire moi ? Faut-il se procurer des logiciels à prix d'or ? Contrairement à certaines idées reçues, la 3D est accessible à tous, il vous faut seulement un cours pour vous guider pas à pas : ce tutoriel est là pour ça ! Au cours de ce tutoriel, vous découvrirez les différents domaines de l'imagerie de synthèse : modélisation d'un objet, mise en couleurs (matériaux et textures), éclairage, rendu, animation...tout cela avec un logiciel gratuit (et libre de surcroît) : Blender 3D. Parés pour l'expérience 3D ? Exemples de créations réalisées avec Blender Ce cours vous plaît ?
Posts Tagged ‘review’ With the H610, K58, and W58, Huion’s industrial design leapfrogs Monoprice’s tablets and begs for comparison to Wacom’s offerings. While the Monoprice tablets I reviewed previously were the best bang for your drawing buck at the time, these new Huion tablets offer a significant bump in specifications and fit and finish without a huge leap in price. Huion’s line of tablets use the same UC-Logic pen digitizer technology as Monoprice’s tablets. Monoprice’s hotkeys felt flimsy and the stylus was serviceable and utilitarian. No one would call the Monoprice tablets things of beauty, but it was easy to overlook these shortcomings given their price. Perfect for throwing into a laptop bag, and cheap enough to not have to worry about destroying during travel, the Monoprice filled a niche. Aside from Yiynova’s U-designated line of graphics tablet monitors, few of those purchases have been noteworthy enough to warrant additional spotlight. Hardware Specifications Installation and Setup of the W58