We have just crossed the halfway mark on this year's Nodevember, and the nodemasters have already transcended the concept of (vector) space, pushing full steam ahead into this week's category, "Time"! Here are some of the ones that came closest to bringing me to tears:
#Nodevember Day 11: Prehistoric
I decided to make the mosquito trapped in amber inspired by Jurassic Park.
— Gabe (@BettiniGabe) November 11, 2020
— J.C. (@Cuboxel) November 15, 2020
I designed the optical system... in theory, the lenses actually works? pic.twitter.com/6UvgsEj9bg
— Hans Chiu (@chiu_hans) November 12, 2020
#Nodevember Day 12 _ Ancient
'Kintsugi', a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with gold.
Download .blend file (Google Drive): https://t.co/AyI6tfKTyu
— Rahul Parihar (@DoubleGum_) November 15, 2020
— Grigoriy Ignatyev (@GrigoriyIgn) November 13, 2020
— ?skooka? (@skookaboi) November 15, 2020
— I was a potato (@TheOtherTeslim) November 14, 2020
Day 15: Cyberpunk
— Sanctus (Blender Tutorials) (@Sanctus_Art) November 15, 2020
#Nodevember Day 15: Cyberpunk
Some sort of surveillance drone. it seems to scale to nothing because I inverted half the sphere to act as a separate object here to make shaping easier.
— Gabe (@BettiniGabe) November 15, 2020
This post is part of a series featuring some Blender-based Nodevember posts that I thought are worth highlighting(they are all amazing). Check out this years prompts here. You can read all articles in this series here.