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"So Pure" Music Video by Lukas


Lukas has made a nice little music video with just Blender and Photoshop!

Lukas writes:

I made a music video during my free time.  I thought it would interest you, since it was made using mostly Blender and a bit of Photoshop.

NOTE: This video was created by Lukas.  Music is by Spotless & Mill.

About the Author

Benjamin Bailey

I am a young creative artist with a dream to conquer the world with my ideas. I love singing, writing, drawing, and modeling in 3D - and I'm ready to put these skills to use.


  1. i like it too, somehow inspiring... the grass is stunning!
    how have you made the wind-effect on the grass?
    did you made the sound effecting the geomety by hand?

  2. Ivan Paulos Tomé on

    Good concept art, great video.
    I like to know persons are using Blender for things like conceptual VJs, it's a thing we can't imagine in the past 8 years or so. Using 2.5 for test purposes, I can Imagine in the future, VJs using Blender for Real time effects, Mixing inputs in Nodes and outputting them to the public. (course it will depend on the Machine as well).
    Bright future for all of Blenders !

  3. I like too the style for the visuals. As I am an uncorrectable cryticizing one, my only con is about a little lack of rythm at the middle of the video. Anyway, great and well sized work. Nowadays it seems that the panorama is full of high pretending blender productions delivering so poor resullts. Your production is not pretending and delivers excellent results.
    Thanks for sharing,

  4. Ahhhhoummm...
    A could not finish watching it,
    I fell asleep...
    What Python script to do what?
    Ah the animation?
    Ah ok.. well.
    Ah the grass!?
    Ah that was done in blender?
    ah ok..

    The next news headline on the Blender front page is :
    Open Source Normal Map Generator .

    Houah let see if there is something interesting there!!

  5. The grass is the only part of the video that was recorded on a camera :). I'm sorry to disappoint you, but it is doable in Blender, I think. And yes, you'd probably do animations in python, a bit of physics simulation.

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