In the light of the recent release of SPRING, the latest short from the Blender Animation Studio, I compiled a list of my favorite animated movies done in blender, most of them you probably know, but it's always great to give them a second watch or a first one if you haven't yet. 1. Next … Continue reading 9 Great Blender films you must see.
In blender, if you scale your camera in negative x so "-1" you get a flipped camera. that's it!, it's that simple... sorry no more explanation than that. though there are some viewport issues in 2.79 with this, those issues dont affect when rendering in cycles. Okay just to add an extra tip: if you … Continue reading [Pro-Tip] Flip you camera.
One of the things I love about animating in blender is because the way the rigging system has been thought of for having sides and blender acknowledge those sides has made blender have built in tools that you find in some studios, in many they work poorly or slowly but its a problem that in … Continue reading [Pro Tip] flip controls selection & add opposite.
Hullo everybody ! I know all of you were waiting for it, here we are, the Lighting Club #03 is online ! This month I had the opportunity to talk with my friends from Hybrids team, they will explain us a bit more about their lighting and compositing processes 🙂 Hybrids Short in the Lighting … Continue reading Lighting Club #03 – Hybrids
Hullo everybody ! Here is the Lighting Club #02 ! We will talk about another kind of short this time : a game cinematic for League Of Legends. (Just for you information all concepts art I putted here are done by Jason Chan, Senior Concept Artist at Riot Games, feel free to have a look … Continue reading Lighting Club #02 – LoL Cinematic
For a long time I've been wanting to pickup LollypopMan and rig him from scratch, do a mix between the old low poly version and the newer kind of plastiline version and just create a "final" one to animate with and have fun with new rigging techniques and to be able to use all my … Continue reading LollypopMan – Mouth Breakdown