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Autocad´s Sweep command, but in Blender 2.56??



That video show how to use Bézier Curves like Autocad´s Sweep, in the Blender 2.56 Beta.

The original post in my blog.

Mundos paralelos: Autocad´Sweep e Curvas Bézier no Blender 2.56

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How to create anamorphic images



Probably you’ve seen this before in videos like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBNHPk-Lnkk or maybe in street-art like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8tngtNgXl4

Anyway, in this tutorial for beginners, I’ll take you through the process of creating this effect from a photo, and use blender to distort it in order to compensate the perspective depth once we print it. Hope you like it!

Original post at blendtuts.com: www.blendtuts.com/anamorphic (you will find the original photo and the image ready to print there). Thanks for watching!

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Blender Tutorial: Micropolygon Displacement Basics Part 1/2



http://www.creativeshrimp.com/micropolygon-displacement-tutorial-1.html
Discover how to use the Micropolygon Displacement in Blender to create stunning landscapes, planets, sci-fi patterns, asteroids and much more!
This is Part 1/2 of the Micropolygon Displacement Basics tutorial from the free update to Space VFX video course.
Watch Part 2/2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eazr-lvSYVc

Download the Project Files (lite version): https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5QgZmlIRLknQjR3bVVfZjZ0ZHc

What’s in this Space VFX update 1.1?

1.5 hours of bonus video tutorials:

Micropolygon Displacement Basics Part 1
Micropolygon Displacement Basics Part 2
Exoplanet: Zoom to the Surface

Update teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IgmCuIpAd4

If you have Space VFX you’ll get all the project files, textures and animations.

About Space VFX video course:

Creating a 3D universe is hard… no longer! After watching this 14+ hours video course you’ll be ready to create any space object in Blender. Quasars, gas giants, planets, black holes, asteroids and more.
Aidy Burrows and Gleb Alexandrov, two Blender geeks joined forces to create this cosmic tutorial series.

Get Space VFX now: http://www.creativeshrimp.com/spacevfx.html

Video Info: 14+ hours, 1920 x 1080 (download+streaming), MP4 format
26 Space VFX Tutorials
2 Workflows: Procedural and Image-based
Skill Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Bonuses: Project Files and Extra Assets

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How to Create a Black Hole in Blender | Free Tutorial



http://bit.ly/Space-VFX-Blender
Black hole Project Files: http://bit.ly/black_hole_project_files
Have you ever wanted to create a super massive black hole? Watch this free tutorial from the Space VFX Elements then. Alternative use: create wormholes, Interstellar style !!
WHAT IS SPACE VFX?
Space VFX Elements: the Ultimate Guide to Creating the Galaxy in Blender is 12+ hours video course about space. Quasars, gas giants, planets, black holes, asteroids and more.
Aidy Burrows and Gleb Alexandrov, two Blender geeks joined forces to create this cosmic tutorial series.

CgMasters: http://www.cgmasters.net/
Space VFX Promo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3g8XxmqSP90

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Vitamix Explorian Blender, Professional-Grade, 64 oz. Low-Profile Container, Black (Renewed) – 65542

Price: $339.00 - $269.95
(as of Nov 09,2020 16:21:42 UTC – Details)

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Vitamix fuels passions. Its why were the brand most trusted by professional chefs. But you wont just find us in restaurant kitchens. Youll also find us in home kitchens around the world. Because whether youre interested in the culinary arts, making healthier choices, or enjoying restaurant-quality smoothies at homewhen youre ready to move on and move up, when youre ready to invest in your passion, youre ready for Vitamix. Built To Last A bargain blender’s not a bargain if it doesn’t last. We know purchasing a Vitamix blender is an investment. But Vitamix blenders are built to last, helping you buy dependable, not disposable. Easy To Clean Just blend warm water and a drop of dish soap at your machine’s highest speed, and watch it self-cleaning in 60 seconds or less – no disassembly required. The Difference Is in the Blend Since the number-one reason people purchase a blender is to make smoothies, its important to get them right. Whether you prefer an icy blend or a perfectly smooth puré e, nutrition-packed with veggies or a light, fruity treat, Vitamix smoothies give you a delicious, even blend in every sip. Power We dont aim to have the highest horsepower. You dont need more horses; you need trained ones. The focused power of our complete blending system causes every component of the Vitamix machine to work together, creating faster, smoother blends packed with flavor. The Universal Tool Make smoothies & juices, hot soups, flours & dough, nut butter, frozen desserts, batters, dressings & sauces, non-dairy milks, and more. Manufactured in Cleveland, Ohio USA

Variable Speed Control: Ten variable speeds allow you to refine every texture with culinary precision, from the smoothest purées to the heartiest soups
Pulse Feature: Layer coarse chops over smooth purées for heartier recipes, such as chunky salsas or thick vegetable soups
Low-Profile 64-ounce Container: Perfect for family meals and entertaining, while fitting comfortably under most kitchen cabinets
Hardened Stainless-Steel Blades: Our aircraft-grade stainless steel blades are designed to handle the toughest ingredients, so from the first blend to the last, you get the same quality results
Self-Cleaning: With a drop of dish soap and warm water, your Vitamix machine can clean itself in 30 to 60 seconds.
What’s in the Box: Motor Base, Low-Profile 64 oz. container, Low-Profile Tamper, Cookbook
The container and lid are dishwasher-safe and made of BPA-free Eastman Tritan.


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Spring Animation Breakdown (06_030_A)



Watch the full shortfilm here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhWc3b3KhnY&t=378s

A making of one of the shots I had the pleasure to animate in “Spring” at the Blender Animation Studio

– Layout + Reference: As a first step in the process, I always like to analyze the layout and see how it fits in the context of the sequence and the story, also talking with the director. In this case it was a shot that was suppose to start building tension towards the chase scene that happens afterwards. So that became my main goal.
With that clear is time to get some reference and pretend to be a dog… =)

– Blocking: Here the shot already looks nice, all the beats of information are in. But getting there was a hard process of trial and error and feedback. I had to change the way Spring was standing up a couple of times, because of the camera angle and because it was not selling the urgency that was needed. But on this process Pablo Fournier came with the idea of her slipping while she stands up, that fitted the shot perfectly and it was added to the blocking.

– Spline: (Depression Phase), this is always painful, while everything is in blocking it looks nice and with weight, when you spline everything looks floaty and slow.

– Fun fact: In order for her to be able to use her short arms to stand up I had to hide the contact point of the hands, so they actually floating in the air. Similar thing with the place were the feet lands, I had to move them down in order to keep the head in the frame by the end of the shot.

– Final Animation: After a lot of work and time things got better, so I started with the hair animation and the final tweaks and polishing. And then… I had to let the shot go, because I had other shots to finish…. from this point the final lighting, fx and comp are done by other people

Credits:

Director: Andy Goralczyk
Producer: Francesco Siddi
Executive producer: Ton Roosendaal
Music: Torin Borrowdale
Sound: Sander Houtman
Concept art: David Revoy
Animation director: Hjalti Hjalmarsson
Modeling and shading: Julien Kaspar
Animation: Ignacio Conesa, Nathan Dillow, Pablo Fournier
Rigging: Juan Pablo Bouza
Lighting and effects: Pablo Vazquez, Sam Van Hulle
Software and Pipeline: Brecht van Lommel, Jacques Lucke, Jeroen Bakker, Sergey Sharybin, Sybren Stüvel, Tobias Johansson
Rendering IT4INNOVATION VSB – Technical University of Ostrava

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Realistic Fire



Hello everyone!

Since Andrew Price from blenderguru.com decided to do a quick tip on how to “Use Blender on Multiple Monitors” this week, I decided to catch up on a past tutorial. I went with “Creating Realistic Fire” for Blender 2.5. The effect came out wonderful and my knowledge of compositing and editing has grown. The animation is a bit short and I apologize for that. I’ll make sure that from here on out I’ll render longer frames, but all in all I really like it. Let me know what you think!

Check out my blog while you’re at it!

http://jeremydeighan.wordpress.com

Jeremy Deighan

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