What’s new To everyone who used the initial release, you will notice several extremely useful new features included in the first free update. You can now: Use collections as geometry and collision source Detect overhangs for more realistic distribution Control snow depth and resolution Added more detailed controls Let’s take a closer look at theseContinue reading “Simple Snow 2 – Free Update!”
Author Archives: J.W.Sargent
Animation in Blender with MIDI and Python
One of my first inspirations as I was learning how to use Blender was the videos created by Animusic. Ever since I have wanted to incorporate MIDI data into 3D animation. Now that I have experience in Blender and Python, I think it’s time.
Working with live action in Blender
Recently I have been working on several interesting projects involving live action footage and tracking in Blender. Here are a few examples of what that looks like. Lets use this slideshow template as an example. After assembling the scene, and getting the camera and lighting set properly so that there is minimal movement and changing contrast,Continue reading “Working with live action in Blender”