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Real-Time Rendering in Blender with Eevee: The Essential Features (Part One)


pavla writes:

Since the introduction of Blender 2.8, Eevee has replaced the old Blender ‘Internal’ Renderer. Eevee is focused on real-time rendering, using clever speedy tricks to sacrifice as little realism as possible when compared to Blender’s realistic Cycles renderer.

CG Cookie takes you on a two-part tour across Eevee’s most important properties and settings. In this first part, we will have a look at the essentials to get you going in Eevee.

Metin has created a very simple scene featuring our trusty old monkey Suzanne on a plane and an area light, to serve as a demonstration/test platform for Eevee features.

If you press and hold the ‘Z’ key, you can switch the Blender viewport to Rendered, which will activate the Eevee renderer.

Read the full article on the CG Cookie Blog.

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