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TwoDPhysics Addon for 2d Rigid Body Physics

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Sreeraj writes:

TwoDPhysics is a 2D rigid body simulation add-on for Blender 2.80. Since Blender 2.8, it is now possible to create a fully fledged 2D animation in Blender using grease pencil or other means. And there isn't a dedicated 2D rigid body physics engine for Blender so far. The existing physics engine is dedicated for 3D simulations and it requires all kinds of circus to create a 2D simulation using it. So here's the answer to that. Currently it is available for both Windows and Linux.

More Details on How to use the addon and other features are available on Gumroad (Windows and Linux versions)

Demo and Intro Playlist:

8 Comments

  1. What exactly is the point of the $ designation? Is that so that we can skip over reading about tools that allow for a way to directly support the developer? Is there anybody here that avoids posts with a [$] designation?

  2. Rovio better watch out because I'm coming to pre-render their game for them, lol. Jokes aside, amazing work.

    I believe [$] designates posts of those who provide blendernation with money to help with operational costs, thus get placed on the site. If they give enough, they get promoted higher in the list.

    I treat them as any other post, except it'll be this amazing thing someone spent a ton of resources on that they'd like to recuperate by providing it to me at a price I pay so they can feed their families, rather than receive donations from grants and the like which come from taxing your money in other ways.

    You get free software, free news about the software, and see great things others are doing with the software. It's absurd to harumph when those people are offering to sell you the things they worked on. That's like asking artists to give away their doodles "for exposure" or whatever.

    • [$] means that it is a paying add-on/course. i don't know that they pay anything to Bart, maybe they do. But officially the [$] means this is not a free addon/course, etc.

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