Launching soon…’Let’s learn 3D Animation’

The English version of my FREE 3D animation training series is almost ready. I am having very good response to the original Marathi training, ‘चला शिकूया 3D Animation!‘. I will soon start posting the English version. I hope you will like it.

The complete series will introduce to you, various aspects of 3D graphics and we will talk about animation as well. We will discuss right from script writing, storyboards and 3D modeling, animation upto editing and post production. To have a practical and application oriented approach, we will be studying the complete making of a short film. Here is the finish short film.

So stay tuned…

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Blender 2.64 released!

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Great to see blender’s latest release now available. Its features are awesome and I really liked some of them. For example: New Reroute Node in the compositing section. I am exploring now some of the new additions, and it is sure that project Mango (i.e. Tears of Steel) has done a great job to make blender very professional and production ready software.

 

Visiters whishlist – request by Jurekoon

‘Jurekoon‘ requested me to upload the lamp rig file

Regarding my post “Pixar luxo Jr. Lamp riggint test”. So instead of just putting the file again, I thought to simply show how to creat a parametric spring in blender by using its screw modifier. So here’s how: Continue reading

Wishlist – new query by shashikant

Here is a new query added by ‘Shashikant’ in the Visitor’s Wish-list –

“I tried linking a character in blender, it works. But when I duplicated that character (after linking), it follows same animation to each other. Please anyone tell me what will be the best option to solve this problem.”

Well Shashikant, I guess this problem is only with windows. If you try it in Linux then this should not be a problem. Still if you want multiple copies of the same character to animate separately in windows, then you can duplicate them first in the main scene file, with different names. And then try importing each copy.