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Tutorial: Abstract Wallpaper (Fractured Object)

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BlendMaster writes:

Hey Everybody! In this video I will be showing you how to create this cool wallpaper of an abstract object that looks like it could be a small fracture of a much larger object. For this project, we will be utilizing METABALLS and their unique properties to help us get some truly unique and random shapes. There are many methods that could be used to create these abstract shapes and this is just one of them. However, I find this the most fun method because you can really let you creativity run wild and wind up with something truly amazing.

I hope you guys enjoy this tutorial and learn something new. Thanks for watching!

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I've been using Blender for quite a while now. I love Blender and its my passion, that is why I try to share everything I know about it with you guys. There is so much that Blender can do. It is not just a tool for 3D modelling, it can be used for photo editing, animating, and creating games as well. Over the years, I have explored Blender's capabilities and pushed them to the limit, and now I'm here to share those tricks with you. ;)

2 Comments

  1. I like the concept, and the effort-to-result ratio is good for somebody without a lot of time on their hands but still wants to make something good looking. Thank you for making the tutorial!

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