Ahh finally putting your addon in a zip file and posting it, the most relaxing part of development. Except when you have to do it often!
If you build Blender for development or street cred, you know how system updates can be a problem sometimes.
In today’s tip we’re going to take a closer look at the good old color ramp node.
Hello fellow Pythonistas, in this tutorial we’ll find out how to use UILists in our scripts and add-ons. If your users need to handle large amounts (or variable) amounts of data, this is the widget you want.
I’ve been asked a couple of times how I made the 2D circles in Kyary animation. The disapearing circles are pretty common in motion and animations, and they’re surprisingly easy to do in Blender.
I’ve been working on a magazine project for the last couple of months and sadly I found that there aren’t that many tutorials for Scribus, specially on the topic of justifying. So if you’re also wondering how to get good justified text in Scribus 1.4, read on!
Light leaks happen when the body of a camera isn’t light-tight and some light leaks in and overexposes the film (or sensor). It’s often used along with vintage effects to give a sense of warmth and a reminiscense of analog cameras.
Making a trendy vintage effect in Blender is easier than you think. We can get some great results with just a couple of nodes.
Changing cameras is a very common task in animation, and it’s actually pretty easy to do in Blender (though a little hidden) . Let’s see two methods to accomplish this.
To make any material shadeless in Cycles you simply need to use an emission shader with a strength of 1.0. You can plug textures and anything you want, but the final shader (connected to the output) needs to be the emission shader.