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3/14/2016

Blender: Building Abstract Stuff

How can you build abstract stuff? Where can you begin and which tools could you use? This video tutorial tries to answer these questions, (though it takes a lot more than one video to get an answer)
you should experiment, try stuff, break stuff, succeed, fail and try again. Be playful, use the modifiers and particle systems, change your lights, render settings and materials and see what you get. But what's more important; have fun!


3/08/2016

Blender: Massive UFO - Blendswap share

Got a few files uploaded on Blendwap but this one deserves it's own post in my opinion. Taken straight out of my FUT__KIT collection, this is a massive UFO object that looks pretty cool. It was made possible thanks to the famous Shipyard share and uses cycles to render. Grab it!



3/02/2016

Blender: Dailies Talk - Three

The third video of me talking about the daily images over at graphicsdaily.blogspot.com I'll be sharing some tips and info about how my dailies are put together. Not an ordinary video tutorial, relax grab some coffee (or tea) and enjoy!


3/01/2016

Blender: FUT__KIT File Tour

Video tour of the FUT_KIT collection I'm selling over at Blendermarket. Take a look at the scenes and objects included. Get it from: https://cgcookiemarkets.com/all-products/fut__kit/

2/09/2016

Blender: Easy & quick concentric circles

Let's see a quick tip about building easy concentric circles and put together a quick scene. It'll only take you a couple of minutes to build such scene in Blender. Easy stuff too!


2/05/2016

Blender: Dailies Talk - Two

Talking about my Blender images over at graphicsdaily.blogspot.com
There are some tips and info found here although this isn't your ordinary videotutorial. This time round we also take a good look of the  Blender files while talking about the techniques used.  Enjoy!


1/12/2016

Blender: Dailies Talk - One

Talking about my Blender daily images over at www.graphicsdaily.blogspot.com
There are some tips and info found here although this isn't your ordinary videotutorial. So, what do you think? Should I make more? Should I spend more time on each image? Are there any specific daily images you'd like to know how to put together? Write your comments on the Youtube video and let me know. Enjoy!