Category: animation

  • Tips and Tricks: Painting in Krita, Making Planks semi-procedurally and adding IES lights to Blender

    I love Blender I think I have made that pretty clear in the last 22 videos. But I also love Krita, a free open source painting application that has some amazing tools in it. So today we’re starting with a very quick fix of Krita, where I show you how to use it to make a texture tile using the wrap-around feature and a clone brush. Like Photoshop, but the tools got there first in Krita!

  • TUTORIAL: Using Cryptomattes in Blender!

    I made a better camera. And in order to teach you a little about drivers and properties, I’ve made you one in Blender. Here, I teach you here to do it for yourself, of course, and show some of the pitfalls, but I am also giving away the final camera FOR FREE here on gumroad:

  • TUTORIAL: Quick and simple Studio Lighting in Blender that looks Great!

    I made a better camera. And in order to teach you a little about drivers and properties, I’ve made you one in Blender. Here, I teach you here to do it for yourself, of course, and show some of the pitfalls, but I am also giving away the final camera FOR FREE here on gumroad:

  • TUTORIAL: Animating Displacements with Drivers

    I made a better camera. And in order to teach you a little about drivers and properties, I’ve made you one in Blender. Here, I teach you here to do it for yourself, of course, and show some of the pitfalls, but I am also giving away the final camera FOR FREE here on gumroad:

  • TUTORIAL: How to build a better Camera in Blender!

    I made a better camera. And in order to teach you a little about drivers and properties, I’ve made you one in Blender. Here, I teach you here to do it for yourself, of course, and show some of the pitfalls, but I am also giving away the final camera FOR FREE here on gumroad:

  • ONE BY ONE: Using the Lattice Modifier in Blender!

    Lattices in Blender are part of the modifier stack and, therefore, require connecting. I think there is an addon that does it automatically, but going through the motions is a good way to learn. one of those “Learn the rules to break them” situations.

  • ONE BY ONE: Learn The Skin Modifier in Blender

    One of those modifiers is called the Skin Modifier. it’s a way of taking all on the edges of your model and forming a cage around them, at the same time turning off the underlying structure, so it’s good for cages, fences and all sorts of structures like that.

  • One by One – The Screw Modifier in Blender

    When it comes to modelling I am finding more and more that I can do faster iterations of objects than in Maya. With the modifier stack in play, I can duplicating and making a new version can be done in minutes.

  • One by One – Multiresolution Modifier

    I know I need to spend more time on within it is Sculpting. It’s not my strongest point. However, even though a lot of people use it for sculpting, there is actually more you can do the the Multiresolution modifier than just “subdivide” and “Sculpt”

  • Compositing In Blender Tips

    I love Blender…but I don’t use it for compositing. I know, “Sacrilege!!!” I hear you cry. “How can you not use it for your comping?!”