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Blender 2.8 beginner tutorial. Free Octane Render and first impressions. Addons.

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artofcharly writes:

In this video, we'll talk about the new Blender 2.8 and official free octane render. The only limitation in it is the ability to render with only one video card. This is a lesson for beginners and I think that everyone can learn something useful from it.

The installation of Blender 2.8 was inspired by Andrew Price and Blender Guppy. After 3 days work in it - I wanted to record this video and share my emotions.

I'm planning to record a series of lessons about the Blender 2.8 and addons, which I find useful in my work.

More tutorials with Blender 2.8 will be here.

Video content:

0:00 - Intro
0:05 - Information about the ENG and other subtitles
0:16 - Greetings and lesson topic.
0:33 - Why did I install the Blender?
1:00 - A few words about Blender Guppy
1:50 - Demonstration of HardOps
2:04 - BoxCutter and Octane Render.
2:20 - How to change the default hotkeys?
2:29 - Demo of Decal Machine using
3:00 - Evee HQ
3:12 - A Few Words About MatCap Viewport
3:35 - Demonstration of Evee Viewport
4:11 - Free Octane Render.
4:52 - Navigation in Viewport
5:22 - Object editing mode
5:38 - Selection of tools for moving, turning, scale, and so on.
5:45 - Hot keys to create something in the scene.
6:04 - Where to download the official free Octane Render?
7:33 - How to run Octane IPR and make model in Octane Viewport.
8:10 - Apply the Octane Universal Material
8:24 - How to change the white background to any of the HDRi?
9:34 - HardOps and CSharpen Bevel
9:42 - Box Cutter in Octane Render Viewport
10:36 - Forrender Renderfarm
10:47 - InfoPartners
10:51 - The ending
11:07 - Preview of other lessons and Playlist

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Andrew Krivulya

I'm fulltime hair&fur groomer and tutorials maker

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