Tutorial: Ancient Hilltop Part 3 – Comping in DaVinci Resolve’s Fusion! Let’s make CGI look great!

The Shrinkwrap modifier in Blender 2.93. It’s a bit special!

TIPS: My personal Top 10 Blender Tips and Shortcuts!

Being able to deform the shape of something its quite important when it comes to animation. The most simple rig uses deformers to simulate bending, twisting and volume changes and these are all accomplished with deformers. Some of the best facial rigging comes from a conjunction between bones, shape keys and deformers.

ONE BY ONE: The vertexWeightProximity Modifier! Unsurprisingly, it’s good. Really good!

Being able to deform the shape of something its quite important when it comes to animation. The most simple rig uses deformers to simulate bending, twisting and volume changes and these are all accomplished with deformers. Some of the best facial rigging comes from a conjunction between bones, shape keys and deformers.

GENVFX youTube channel update.

It’s been a fantastic 7 months. Since deciding in the October of 2020 to create a youTube channel teaching people about Blender and open source software, I am 29 videos in, most of which are getting multiple hits now, I have 56 followers, which is a pretty good start from my perspective as I assumed …

ONE BY ONE: Shading using the Geometry Input Node Random Per Island in 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 – Baking out UVProject into a UVMap in 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!