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Grease Pencil V2 now available for Windows 64bit

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antonioya writes:

After some months of hard work, I want to share a compiled version of new Grease Pencil v2 for Windows 64 bits. This is a development version, so don't use it in production.

Download here.

And a small video with the last demostration from @_pepeland_:

25 Comments

  1. I Just started to use it and.....I'm speechless, there are so many great improvements, thanks Antonioya your addons and now this GPv2 Blender branch are of great help :)

  2. We need a long video tutorial for "how to...". Could you demonstrate all of the process for the new features and how to use them.

    thanks.

  3. Amazing Job! Thank you for the hard work and for sharing.
    If possible, Please make a tutorial how to get start?

  4. SergioCajazeiras on

    Thank you very much, I would like to know how to enable the shadows and render Grease.

  5. Many thanks for the great work. One question...
    I have downloaded the version of Blender that you posted - but when I am drawing with grease pencil, I don't seem to be able to do continuous drawing. I don't see the 'continuous drawing' checkbox?

    • Yes, this is something we were testing. In the version you have, press two times D key to enable coninuous. We have changed this in future versions.

      After a lot of test and discussions, we have return the continuous drawing checkbox in the official patch. Only there is a change: If you release the D key while you are drawing, the continuous is enabled automatically.

  6. Ah, cool. So its not just me being dumb. I will try again using the D key.
    Can't wait for the next release. Keep up the good work.

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