Learn how to make your 3D models look like watercolor paintings with the ever useful shader-to-rgb node. If you prefer text tutorials, you can read the text version below. The trick behind this watercolor material is to make it look like the objects are painted on a piece of paper rather than an object in a 3D
Ever tried to animate a texture’s scale, only to find out it was growing and shrinking from the corners? This little problem can be fixed easily with a couple nodes. Find out how to scale UV and generated textures from the center in Blender’s node editor in this super-quick tip.
If you ever tried to do film grain in the compositor you may have hit a wall when animating, since the “old” noise textures are pretty basic. There’s a better way! We can use the new noises to simulate film grain, dust and other imperfections directly with Eevee. Note that you can also use the Generator Modifier
Fractal noise is a well-known effect in After Effects. Probably one of the most used too, it’s versatile enough to create all kinds of effects. Users coming to Blender from an After Effects background might be wondering if there’s a similar effect or at least some way to animate noise. Let’s see how we can replicate it
A new age is upon us. Internal is dead, and we have a shiny new engine to replace it. This quick intro will help you get into Eevee.
Another Eevee experiment. This time I worked on a cross hatching material.
I’ve been playing around with Eeevee recently and the new shader-to-rgb node to create a futuristic glass effect.