Remember one of my first posts abou the Pose Breakdowner, today I'm exited to announce that it has great new features! Thanks to Joshua Leung, one of the core developers of blender mostly focused on everything related to development for the animation side it, in a couple of days improved the Pose Breakdowner, a whole … Continue reading Pose Breakdowner – Improvement
Ever wondered how to switch from one camera to an other?, I know I know this is not something often done in hardcore production setups since you want to have each scene in a separate file in order to distribute work across people and many other reasons, but then again if you're making an animatic, … Continue reading Pro Tip: multiple camera switching
If you're like me, there is a lot of functionality that you add to blender by using add-ons, but that brings problems, one is cause because of blender's poor tabs design: have a few add-ons and the tabs gets squished so you can barely read them, mostly when working in laptops with not perfect resolution, … Continue reading Pro Tip: Organize your tabs your way.
What is it? some might wonder... well first of is a tool only for animators, actually its so "only for animators" that you can only make use of it in pose mode, I wish we could take advantage of it in object mode for animated objects, but for the most part, it's pose mode where … Continue reading Pro Tip: Pose Breakdowner
So this is a must know for every blender user that considers himself a PRO. Huh?, yes, being a pro is not only creating great work, but acting like a professional, and a professional contributes to the well being of it's industry... a good way to show your love is to help the blender developers … Continue reading Pro Tip: Reporting Bugs
When creating a project, or a 3D scene more often than not you want to be able to handle properties on multiple objects at once, for quite a long time that was very difficult or maybe impossible if you didn't have the python coding knowledge required. These days blender is becoming more and more easy … Continue reading Quick Tip: Copy to Selected and Alt + Click
I've been wanting to talk about this for a while, and I kept forgetting, until the next time I had to do weight painting, and so this time I just decided to write the post, it's a bit longer than usual, but it has big rewards. The problem: ever painted weights?... well if you have, … Continue reading Pro Tip: Custom colors for weightpainting