Cycles is amazing, but getting rid of the noise or ‘fireflies’ in the renders can sometimes be tricky. Gleb Alexandrov shows us how to use the compositor to clean up your images.
Learn how to create some great weathered surfaces in this tutorial by Blendertutorial.net.
Olav Bergsvik shares another great ‘quick tip’ – on looptools
Olav Bergsvik is producing some very slick ‘quick tip’ videos. In his first one, he’s converting part of a mesh back to curves for some procedural modeling.
Lear how to set up Maya style viewport manipulation while avoiding conflicts with Blender’s hotkeys.
PigArt shares his knowledge of isometric rendering in this short videotutorial.
Fawkes Fawex uses a combination of Blender and Inkscape to create this Cold-war propaganda style poster.
All Linux users have a complete development environment at their disposal, but for Windows and OS X users, compiling your own apps is a little bit more involved. Stephen Thomas takes you through the process for building your own Blender on OS X in this videotutorial.
So the experimental Cycles texture baking feature has got you excited but you’re not sure where to start? Fear no more – Daniel Kreuter has come to our rescue with this quick video tutorial.