Glownix technology solutions, India, are developing a 36-part animation series. And what makes them unique is that the entire series is done in full 3D. With Blender, of course.
The theme of this weekend’s contest was ‘the Bathroom’. Check out the post for some really great Blender work. The winner is Kajanutrio with ‘the Blues Bathroom’. Kajanutrio gained the most votes with his very atmospheric render of a classical bathroom. Congrats!
@Kajanutrio – you get to pick the theme for next weekend’s contest! Please don’t post it here, but contact me at bart @ this website. Have fun selecting one :)
- Game Engine Level of Detail (code review)
- Cycles SSS on GPU, AO node, Volumes as experimental
- FPS viewport navigation
- Custom mesh normals
- Multithreaded depsgraph
Also, I’m super excited to read that Gooseberry will launch next year (early, from what I read)!
Campbell Barton demonstrates an early version of tabs for the Blender user interface. Remember this is still very much work in progress! I like what I’m seeing so far: the pinning feature is clever and I’m impressed by how it handles add-ons. What do you think?
Daniel Ordonez (a Mexican Blenderhead living in Chicago), named his baby girl Xareni Sintel. Congratulations to you and your family, Daniel!!
Eisaku Nara is a third year student of Tony Mullen at Musashino Art University, Tokyo. He created this impressive trailer and shares a break down of the scenes as well.
“When I use the bone constraint limit rotation”
I’ve featured this before, but figured the Blender world could need some more daily LOLs. Check them out every day on WHOBLEND - it’s the best!