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DCC Design Tools & Training Robowaifu Technician 09/18/2019 (Wed) 11:42:32 No.415
Creating robowaifus requires lots and lots of design and artistry. It's not all just nerd stuff you know Anon! :^) ITT: Add any techniques, tips, tricks, or content links for any Digital Content Creation (DCC) tools and training to use when making robowaifus. >note: This isn't the 'Post Your Robowaifu-related OC Arts & Designs General' thread. We'll make one of those later perhaps. >--- I spent some time playing with the program Makehuman and I'll say I wasn't impressed. It's not possible to make anime real using Makehuman, in fact the options (for example eye size) are somewhat limited. But there's good news, don't worry! The creator of Makehuman went on to create a blender plugin called ManuelBastioniLAB which is much better (and has a much more humorous name). The plugin is easy to install and use (especially if you have a little blender experience). There are three different anime female defaults that are all pretty cute. (Pictured is a slightly modified Anime Female 2.) There are sliders to modify everything from finger length to eye position to boob size. It even has a posable skeleton. Unfortunately the anime models don't have inverse kinematic skeletons which are much easier to pose. Going forward I'm probably going to use MasturBationLABManuelBastioniLAB as the starting point for my designs. >=== -re-purpose OP for DCC consolidation
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>>8102 I'm not too sure how well NURBS+Subdiv works on Blender yet, but with Maya it's definitely pro-tier. My guess is the Ton & crew are very quickly catching up in basically every area that they may lag behind the big boys. After all, the Blender Foundation is now literally raking in millions a year as many major studios have begun coming on board with the tool since the very innovative v2.8 dropped. In fact, a number of them are literally sending engineers to work right alongside the Blender devs to help them integrate features they deem essential. True 'skin in the game' move. It's been a long 25+ years lol haul for Ton, but he's finally become an 'overnight' success at last. Blender is amazing now, and I definitely mean to dig deeply into it this year and start creating a virtual waifu for our MRS simulator so we can finally use it with at the least a virtual waifu's face in it. >>1814 > I think the fundamentals can be learned with many programs, then transferred to many of them. Yep, I think you're right.
Still trying out different stuff (pics related). Often not with some specific goal in mind, just for testing. However, combining different 3D parts in one assembly turned out to be more difficult than anticipated. I might have to learn a bit more, to get better at it. For now I focus on playing and low hanging fruits (crude prototypes). >>8079 > devising a robowaifu design system based on a SBC system like the RPi This works to some extend, but it' wont' work for 3D sculpting. Also, I'm only doing this because I can't get myself to install and configure a new Linux on my laptop. Sooner or later I'm going to do that, though. I also intend to buy a PC for machine learning and some other things like 3D modelling, after I moved to another place. If I tried this now, I couldn't be sure when the parts arrive, and I'm busy anyways.
>>8110 I like the details of these cutaways Anon. Nice work. Seems to me you're really starting to get the hang of designing useful parts. Keep it up!
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Has anyone here tried OpenSCAD yet? An anon mentioned it once here >>4554 but afaict there weren't any responses about it yet. It seems promising on the surface of it. It seems like is supports programmability for creating models, which as a programmer I find quite interesting. There is some kind of library available for it (Presumably it's a library of modeled parts, etc. pic #2 related ). The source code is available for building it directly for your machine. https://github.com/openscad/openscad https://www.openscad.org/cheatsheet/index.html https://github.com/nophead/NopSCADlib
>>8469 I have the tab open for quite a while, but didn't try it out. Seems to be interesting, I might look into it this year at some time. It's probably going to be about finding out what workflow works better, programming or working with the mouse. The problem is that these programs have no good exchangeable file formats. What might be interesting about OpenSCAD is that it might be possible to train programs to create object, while comparing it to a real object with image recognition, or to use it in a physics simulation. Maybe we can use this at some point to have our waifus imagine objects and run simulations to figure out how to handle them, a bit like dreaming or like planning and understanding how things work through imagination.
The designer of Alitas bodies in the live action movie : > https://vitalybulgarov.com/alita >Software-wise I used: ZBrush for initial sculpting(shape exploration), then Softimage XSI(for SUBD parts) and Moi3D(for CAD parts) for final surfaces/detailed work. Bodies rendered in Keyshot and the heart was rendered in Octane (I transitioned to Octane Render at the end of the project). Doesn't help me much, tbh. Except the term SUBD helped me to find this: https://solidedge.siemens.com/en/solutions/products/3d-design/subdivision-modeling/ Subdivision Surface Modifier — Blender Manual: https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/latest/modeling/modifiers/generate/subdivision_surface.html This might be the knowledge I lacked to get ahead. It's for the creation of more complex organic forms, but not (horrendous) 3D sculpting.
>>9355 I might be able to help you sort through some of that Anon. But honestly, you are already on the proper course by focusing on Blender instead unless you are independently wealthy. Today, Blender is not only still a free product (both as in beer and speech), but it also kicks ass too. Several studios have begun migrating to it, and Ton is now raking in over a million a year to grow the Blender Foundation's efforts with the platform. It shouldn't be the only tool in your pouch, but Blender should generally be the first thing you reach for Anon.
>By using optical metrology, you not only get accurate and comprehensive measurement results, the GOM Inspect Suite also provides you with detailed and versatile analysis functions and reports can be easily created. From nominal-actual comparison to form and position calculations and volume inspections, various functions are available
Anyone looked into anatomy sources recently? Something new? Anyone tried Human Generator? https://youtu.be/b3at8PXN9sk or importing from Make Human into Blender?https://youtu.be/bKqxbmnYlCw or >>4339 VRoid studio? https://youtu.be/aD5yAAPA4fU
Blender Foundation has now released their next LTS version 2.93 . This version will be actively supported for two years. https://www.blender.org/download/releases/2-93/ It has a remarkable new array of features. The geometry nodes and line art tools could be quite helpful to some of the kinds of work we might do here on /robowaifu/.
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After dabbling in the 3D modelling community for a few months now I've realized a lot of people just use other models as bases for new ones and creating a good one from scratch can take a whole week. DeviantArt seems to be the most popular source for models: https://www.deviantart.com/search/deviations?q=mmd&order=all-time And SketchFab: https://sketchfab.com/search?q=anime&sort_by=-relevance&type=models (after filtering the results by clicking Downloadable) The CATS plugin makes it easy to import and work with anime models that are usually in MMD format: https://github.com/GiveMeAllYourCats/cats-blender-plugin And there's also the mmd_tools plugin: https://github.com/powroupi/blender_mmd_tools Mixamo makes it stupidly easy to animate any humanoid model and get it moving in a game engine: https://www.mixamo.com/ I'm pretty hyped how close I'm to having a virtual waifu. Just a year ago I couldn't imagine myself ever doing any sort of 3D stuff. And this shit is gonna be so easy for people once it's all together. Just adjust the blend shapes, pick a hair style, clothing, hair color, etc. Then pick a voice and personality for her and challenge your waifu to a game of strip checkers. If I can wrap my head around 3D file formats I'd love to take a shot at generating character models with AI next year. It wouldn't have to generate the whole thing. It could work in pieces, making random adjustments for the user to select what they like and blend the samples they like together, sort of like how 2D waifus can be generated. The Blender API would make it possible to generate stuff directly in the editor too. What a time to be alive.
>>11556 Neat! Thanks for the information and links Anon. I think you're right about things like Blender's Python API making things possible to generate automatically. And there are other options available today, like things ITT. >What a time to be alive. Indeed. Let the virtual waifu armies arise!!
One of my favorite things about Blender is how it's entirely self-contained, cross-platform, no install needed. Drag-and-drop and it just werks. Honestly, I can't think of a single other large program that does this as well. OTOH, building it all from source can be a bit rough! :^)
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This isn't so much a tool per se but I learned most of what I know about 3D modelling from watching Shonzo make anime models from scratch. Often he uses screencast keys during his streams so you can see the hotkeys he uses during his workflow. Posting this here since there isn't really a general 3D modelling thread or art thread. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNFUPVBy1vk https://www.twitch.tv/shonzo https://www.youtube.com/c/Shonzo/videos
>>11896 Thanks! >since there isn't really a general 3D modelling thread or art thread. Yes, that is a long-standing need. Tell you what, if you'll go ahead and OP a thread that solves that for us, I'll go ahead and merge this entire thread into that one.
>>11556 Cheers anon! This thread is awesome! Bookmarked into my 3D modelling folder. You can also download a bunch of reference books from Z-library and Library Genesis (you may need to register on their website and use Tor for certain titles). Just type in Blender and you'll find several 2020 titles on game and character design using both Blender and Unity Engine. (I can't post them here due that being piracy).
The Solvespace tutorials from Eric Buijs moved to Peertube and are gone from YouTube bc of enforced advertising: https://peertube.linuxrocks.online/video-channels/homehack/videos
>>11964 Thanks for the heads-up Anon! Save.everything.
>>11896 Shonzo is a narcissist troon and an idiot who couldnt teach if their life depended on it. Literally all that literal faggot does is have its stream chat stroke its ego cock while answering zero questions nor explaining any of his processes. Anyone who considers a timelapse a “tutorial” and labels it as such like Shonzo does is: 1. Wasting your time 2. Incredibly retarded and should be avoided. 3. They do VR chat models. Obviously pozzed. There are literally dozens of better resources out there like Grant Abbot who actually teach you what the fuck they know and show you step by step without any of the 500x 30+ minute timelapse video titled “tutorials” that Shonzo and their ilk does.
>>12105 Not him, but I definitely like what Grant Abbitt does Anon.
>>12105 Seethe and cope more, Mr Reddit
>>12105 Shonzo is an ass with a lot of stupid hot takes but I like his models and prefer learning by watching people work than explaining everything. Also VR Chat models are a good source of income. I don't know why you're so salty about it.
>>4756 The thread is gone, but 4chan and probably others have boards for drawing, sculpting, etc which could be useful for us. Here's also some archive: https://4chanarchives.com/board/3/ though I didn't find the thread from my posting above. I also didn't save it, since it was from befor we had Bump.
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Note: I'm going to go ahead and merge this with the 3D Models of Humans thread soon >>415 . There's some instructional information already there on these kinds of topics, and we have already similar information spread out too far. I'll probably change the subject of that thread to make it more general. >--- Mostly playlists of Blender artists and other arts-related or technical training channels. SAVE.EVERYTHING. I know we have the Tools to Create 3D Models of Humans (>>415) and Robowaifu Design Software (>>414) threads. But this thread is actually closer in intent to the ROBOWAIFU U (>>235) & the Humanoid Robot Projects Videos (>>374) threads, in that it's more about training and videos but with a focus on learning the products like Blender, Krita, Solvespace, Kdenlive, Godot, etc., or the techniques themselves. I even hope Bob Ross' shows and other kinds of similar video lists will be placed ITT since it's also arts, and far too little attention is being given to arts on /robowaifu/ currently!. >"We are creating an active hobbyist scene of builders, programmers, artists, designers, and writers using the technology of today, not tomorrow. Join us!" Thankfully, that seems to be changing a bit recently, and hopefully this information can help speed that up. Also, I figure it might be helpful if the whole group here had a kind index of arts-related & technical video content out there. Easier to find a few of the things that might be of interest to the robowaifuists here. Oh yea Anon, did I mention this... SAVE.EVERYTHING. :^)
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>>12245 SAVE.EVERYTHING.? Pfft, Wat? I know you might be asking yourself this question, Anon: >But why do I need to save anything, much less everything? After all, it's current year and we have the Internet. Don't we live in a society? Can't I just watch every.thing.ever. 24/7 on Google YouTube with my handy Apple iPad? Obviously that's NEVER going to change, so why even worry about it? If that's you asking yourself that right about now Anon, I have just two words for you: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA OK, so maybe that's more than two, but I hope you get the point. Leftists and their cancel-culture frenzy won't be satisfied until their snowflake-safespace 'utopias' are literally free of any and every last little crumb of wrongthink. Perfect little infobubbles. Oh, and BTW Anon...The Ministry of Truth and The Ministry of Love would both like to have a word with you about that 'robowaifu' thing of yours, "You got a loicense for that, Mate? It's on un-approved lists, it is." >tl;dr Your favorite channels may not be around forever Anon. Better get 'em now while you still can. Alright, enough preaching to the choir here. Maybe like me you've already accumulated your own copies of literally thousands of videos such as these but just in case, how do you go about this yourself if you haven't done? Well for starters if you don't already know about it then run, don't walk, and setup a copy of youtube-dl on your box right now. (1) Then, create a directory to contain all the downloaded video, subtitles, descriptions, and other content for each playlist. A convenient way for a beginner would be to simply copy/paste the naming I use: (*) > #1 #2 Create a new text file in that same directory, named the same as the directory, with the extension .m3u added. > #3 Copy the list text from the codeblock itself and paste it into your new text file > #4 This is the playlist, which you can run with mpv. (2) Open that directory and run the youtube-dl command (posted here in the codeblock related to that playlist). So, for the above example, you'd run this from the terminal: youtube-dl -i --write-description --write-auto-sub --sub-lang="en" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vvJM7tvjet4PP-LVjJx13oB It's probably easier on you if you first create a script with the youtube-dl command + the initial 4 (of the 5) params in a script file in your home directory, then just call that from your new playlist's download directory. That's how I do it: > #5 Seems like a lot of work I imagine, but really stuff like this just becomes second nature before long. Do it regularly enough, and soon you too will have an entire library of training resources you can call up in a moment's notice -- and which can't be taken down on you. Cheers, Anon. >--- 1 https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html 2 https://mpv.io/installation/ >* BTW Anon, just in case my writing wasn't clear enough on it in that post; Create one new, separate, directory for each playlist ITT. Any other approach will result in an abominable filepile mess. >=== -add external tools links
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I think we can all pretty much agree on Grant Abbitt as a good Blender teacher, and thankfully he's created a large set of free tutorials including several aimed squarely at beginners. May as well start at the beginning, right? >Blender 2.8 for beginners full course >"Create this fun scene and learn the interface, how to add objects, lighting, build objects, create atmosphere, render images and movies and lots more." youtube-dl -i --write-description https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vs_eSJUQPxBRaDS8PrVmIri >Blender_2.8_for_beginners_full_course.m3u Complete Beginners Guide to Blender 2.8 _ Free course _ Part 1 _ The Interface-7MRonzqYJgw.mkv Complete Beginners Guide to Blender 2.8 _ Free course _ Part 2 _ Modelling-L0AY61v6-M4.mp4 Complete Beginners Guide to Blender 2.8 _ Free course _ Part 3 _ Editing Meshes-WFzIbz2FN28.mp4 Complete Beginners Guide to Blender 2.8 _ Free Course _ Part 4 _ Materials-OFmKedu8r88.mp4 Complete Beginners Guide to Blender 2.8 _ Free course _ Part 5 _ The Monster-irlEIYkeRCI.mp4 Complete Beginners Guide to Blender 2.8 _ Free course _ Part 6 _ Rendering and Atmosphere-g8683RF1COo.mp4 What to Model & Where to Begin _ Starting Out 3D Modelling-IrqxisntnRo.webm Blender 2.8 Complete Training - Course Review-eyWmQ2VZLN0.mp4 blender secrets-8Q_BsS2KToY.mkv
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>low poly well >"In this guide I make a low poly stylized well. This a is a full detailed guide designed for you to follow along." youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vu6pnoAtivKf5Bo_6oQS0N_ >low_poly_well.m3u Create A Low Poly Well _ Beginners Tutorial _ Blender 2.8 _ Easy-OlnkGCdtGEw.mp4 Create A Low Poly Well _ Beginners Tutorial _ Blender 2.8 _ PART2-bWHhx4uos84.mp4 Create A Low Poly Well _ Beginners Tutorial _ Blender 2.8 _ PART3-m7m3QkwRcGE.mp4 blender secrets-8Q_BsS2KToY.mkv
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>sea shack tutorial >"Make a beautiful low poly sea shack in Blender 2.8. This is a full course that goes all the way into animation and rendering" youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vsIOjZoMToZusH2uOyjCu6G >sea_shack_tutorial.m3u Sea Shack _ beginners tutorial _ blender 2 8-Jmir2bDpZA4.mp4 Sea Shack _ beginners tutorial _ blender 2 8 _ Part 2-XKB4N8n8_hw.mp4 Sea Shack _ beginners tutorial _ blender 2 8 _ Part 3-TEZVzHGh1fM.mp4 Sea Shack _ beginners tutorial _ blender 2 8 _ Part 4-obQEsWXl5SA.mp4 Sea Shack _ beginners tutorial _ blender 2 8 _ Part 5-zGH9gFFAvQ4.mp4 Sea Shack _ beginners tutorial _ blender 2 8 _ Part 6-05BZ2ji-BzM.mp4 Sea Shack _ RENDER WITH BACKGROUND IMAGE-uNzVC0AxClQ.mp4 Animating Waves with Displacement _ Blender 2.8-grdhD3PPkKs.mp4 Introduction to Bones, Armatures & Weight Painting _ Blender 2.8-JAa6j0JYFtc.mp4 Animating Fish - Bones, Armatures & Weight Painting _ Blender 2.8-C-3vKs_O8WQ.mp4 Animating Boat & Rope - Bones, Armatures & Weight Painting _ Blender 2.8-jdGZLDDSpDY.mp4 How to Create a Night Scene _ Blender 2.8 _ Lighting-qbRJtjjU-XM.mp4 What to Model & Where to Begin _ Starting Out 3D Modelling-IrqxisntnRo.webm blender secrets-8Q_BsS2KToY.mkv
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>Ray Gun Blender tutorial >"In this beginners tutorial you will learn how to make this fun ray gun in blender 2.8. You'll learn a lot about subdivision surfaces and hard surface modelling. I also explain and introduce modelling with curves." youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vssG_0OVJRwABFsHDKe9WhO >Ray_Gun_Blender_tutorial.m3u Ray Gun Beginners Tutorial _ Blender 2.8 _ Easy Follow along-5CHXxM-oACg.mkv Ray Gun Beginners Tutorial _ Blender 2.8 _ Part 2 materials-ffcf8W-4guA.mp4 Creating & Animating ZAPS _ Ray Gun Beginners Tutorial _ Blender 2.8-vF17xF_Veks.mp4
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>Complete Beginners Guide: Make a Sheep >"part 1 - The interface and making basic shapes. part 2 which goes over lighting and rendering your sheep :)" youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNQYhbvTJi8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyEnnypo-u4 >Complete_Beginners_Guide-Make_a_Sheep.m3u blender 2.8 _ Complete Beginners Guide _ Make a Sheep-wNQYhbvTJi8.mkv Blender 2.8 _ Complete Beginners Guide _ Make a Sheep _ part 2-qyEnnypo-u4.mkv Note: AFAIK, he never made this into a playlist from his channel, so this is simply the two videos. Copypasta the youtube-dl codeblock into the terminal as if just the usual playlist type. BTW, I didn't discover this one on his YT channel, but rather on his website. https://www.gabbitt.co.uk/videos
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>beginners guide to animation in 2.8 >"a series of videos going through the basics of animation in Blender 2.8. I go trough: Keyframes, Dope sheet, channels, output to video" youtube-dl -i --write-description https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vvHr6RMoXrZSMVqmOKlqbBR >beginners_guide_to_animation_in_2.8.m3u The Complete Beginners Guide to Animation in Blender 2.8-zp6kCe5Kmf4.mkv BASICS OF ANIMATION in Blender 2.8 _ Part 2 _ Graph Editor-bRM0VYSVeQM.mkv BASICS OF ANIMATION - Blender 2.8 - Part 3 - Bones & Armature-IAiTYaiZmY0.mkv BASICS OF ANIMATION - Blender 2.8 - Part 4 UNDERSTANDING RIGS-nlT9rYcIRzU.mkv BASICS OF ANIMATION - Blender 2.8 - Part 5 - Face rigs-K0f3izO2muQ.mkv Exporting Animations to Sketchfab _ Beginners Guide-DP8NZ7rJDKs.mkv Animate & Rig Characters the Easy Way-k-ZeLNV4zPw.mkv
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>fantasy castle - beginner course >"In this series we will be delving deeper into 3d artwork. Focusing on making our assets and models suitable for games. This time we are making a fantasy tower / castle. This can be hand painted or low poly i will explain both methods. We will be going through lots of techniques will will build our skills form previous courses." youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vvQ1Su1pam5vyTsUFOvxGLX >fantasy_castle-beginner_course.m3u FANTASY CASTLE _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-0WET0-ORIjs.mkv FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 2 _ Simple Textures _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-Bmr16EKsQ2I.mp4 FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 3 _ texture painting _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-wAEKzYJbi-4.mkv FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 4 _ Building the Castle _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-4Fr8gaCO5ys.mp4 FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 5 _ Windows and Doors _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-MXhbDo6V7-U.mp4 FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 6 _ Roof and Windows _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-IZcv3He_sOU.mp4 FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 7 _ LOW POLY STYLE TIPS _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-e3tkPad2Gq0.mp4 FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 8 _ UV unwrapping _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-_6UTV2v5hJw.mp4 FANTASY CASTLE _ Part 9 _ Texture Painting _ Beginner Course _ Blender 2.8-ZSjr5AxOjJY.mp4 Stylised Trees Using Alphas _ Blender 2.8-1PslkSUNF6s.mkv Uploading Your Models to Sketchfab-VWjYbb8t7Iw.mkv
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>rocket beginners >"This is a continuation of the get good at blender series. This episode looks at hard surface modelling and using subdivision surface modifiers with bevels and proximity loops. You can combine this with the bevel modifier but for simplicity sake i have just used the bevel tool." youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vsRaEZZ8vBaEPotUFR6KSMK >rocket_beginners.m3u Build a Rocket _ Get Good @ Blender _ hard surface techniques _ 2019-y8pbdYnFEvk.mp4 Build a Rocket _ Get Good @ Blender _ hard surface techniques _ 2019 part 2-eFnJhQLAQAo.mp4
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>get good at blender 2.8 >"Easy and simple beginner exercises to help you understand the different ways of modelling shapes in blender and any other 3d modelling programme. These exercises are designed to build up your skills progressively and slowly get tougher each time until you have more advanced blender skills." youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vvv3ZpWJYvV5Tmvo7ISO-NN >get_good_at_blender_2.8.m3u Beginner Exercises _ Part 1 _ Blender 2.8-98FkRIbihyQ.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 2 _ Blender 2.8-51SdWI-yof4.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 3 _ Low Poly Weapons _ Blender 2.8--0tMeMZpeXE.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 4 _ Low Poly Buildings _ Blender 2.8-Syq6JjMdyhI.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 5 _ Hard Surface Modelling 1 _ Blender 2.8-DG9hlltg2HA.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 6 _ Lego Bricks _ Hard Surface Modelling 2 _ Blender 2.8-Lj0nBJ4Xsy0.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 7 _ Hard Surface Modelling 3 _ Blender 2.8-ZaxncC_2fp0.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 8 _ Hard Surface Modelling 4 _ Blender 2.8-qHtxFntZfLM.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 9 _ Hard Surface Modelling 5 _ Chess set _ Blender 2.8-p4eShxxB2lU.mkv Make 3d Logos from 2d images _ Blender 2.8-hwTfNmFpCs0.mkv Do You Have to Model in Quads Tris, Quads & Ngons Explained-O9yXCsRcMqk.mkv Topology Flow _ Hard Surface Modelling _ Blender 2.8-ormlcMpVx7k.mkv Steam Punk Goggles _ Beginner Exercises _ Part 10 _ Hard Surface Modelling 6 _ Blender 2.8-eL6W1s7e8zA.mkv Hunting Knife _ Beginner Exercises _ Part 11 _ Hard Surface Modelling 7 _ Blender 2.8-QXNRrt8EcEg.mkv 3 Different Quick Effective TEXTURING TECHNIQUES - Hunting Knife - Blender 2.8-2Wlc5PXo6pE.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 12 _ Hard Surface Modelling 7 _ Blender 2.8-dgg9M5nuLTA.mkv Beginner Exercises _ Part 13 _ Hard Surface Modelling _ Space Ship _ Blender 2.8-AEMWIga-Bo0.mkv How to Learn Hard Surface Modelling in Blender-pSFeDo7aOp4.mkv Blender 2.8 Complete Training - Course Review-eyWmQ2VZLN0.mp4 blender secrets-8Q_BsS2KToY.mkv Create a Low Poly Sword for Beginners-lgJaWqIYeKM.mkv Essential Skills to Become a PRO - How to Learn Topology-xo9JRPhGi68.mp4
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>Old Cottage Beginners Course >"This is the 1st in a series of beginner videos on how to create a stylized cottage in Blender. I'm using Blender 2.83. In this episode I will be making the frame" youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn3ukorJv4vsPA95G7jTHDHixF5FntFm3 >Old_Cottage_Beginners_Course.m3u Lowpoly Stylized Cottage - Free Beginners Course - Blender 2.8-izjz2Hya2QM.mkv Lowpoly Stylized Cottage - Roof & Walls - Pt.2-q8t3lOC5mTE.mkv Low poly Stylized Cottage - Details - Pt.3-0Y61LCqmSwk.mp4 Low poly Stylized Cottage - Details - Pt.4-Jljy5E3xkeg.mp4 Low poly Stylized Cottage - landscape - Pt.5-7ShnDmsNV4M.mp4 Low poly Stylized Cottage - landscape - Pt.6-oViV-nYHoBA.mp4 Low poly Stylized Cottage - landscape - Pt.7-B_ggR6o4VnA.mp4 Low poly Stylized Cottage - landscape - Pt.8-yynlY7ejydg.mp4 blender secrets-8Q_BsS2KToY.mkv
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Blender Secrets is a channel loaded with literally hundreds of 1-minute videos with an almost unbelievable quality-to-duration ratio. He touches on many more topics than I ever imagined about the tool. >Blender Secrets - Interface youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrB1kuJIjcg7piZufnCVeLmYFpTRqc0oz >Blender_Secrets-Interface.m3u Daily Blender Secrets - The Reroute Node-UB8DffsYokE.mkv Daily Blender Tip 359 - Extra Shading Pie Menu Items (Blender 2.8)-5K2CwX-WNxw.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 336 - How to turn off lights widgets in Eevee (Blender 2.8)-CC0qp-OIyu8.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 333 - Swap Interface Windows (Blender 2.8)-JBfUt9mMHdc.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 327 - Maximum Undo and Picking Shortcut (Blender 2.8)-Vux41BA-o6M.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 326 - Fix missing (pink) textures (Blender 2.8)-80sKbijYIJs.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 322 - A couple of Interface Tips (Blender 2.8)-_6OMgMA0I7I.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 318 - Import SVG Vectors with Colors Intact (Blender 2.8)-YJeipIO0wcw.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 316 - Custom Startup Settings (Blender 2.8)-nyaMkg1W9jU.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 314 - Quicly open your renders folder from within Blender (Blender 2.8)-PPk2SpcRE80.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 281 - Lock to 3D cursor (Blender 2.7 & 2.8)-gmw3G_N7dqU.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 272 - Turn on Auto Smooth for all objects at once (Blender 2.7 & 2.8)-vZ-2d-UBBcY.mkv Daily Blender Tip 262 - Align Objects to Camera View (Blender 2.7 & 2.8)-wpk-KJtCqiU.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 229 - Snapping (Blender 2.8)-0BKhePwGN8w.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 216 - Scaling the Interface (Blender 2.7 + 2.8)-ZmpMm09_a6s.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 211 - Value scrolling in Blender 2.8-8O1X4EQ-PCI.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 199 - Even more Node Tips!-CW7XpijLCY4.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 198 - More Node Tips!-xooVQKaHjjw.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 197 - Node labels and colors-C2ADMKtjtk8.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 181 - Set in- and out-points in the timeline (Blender 2.8)-JM-dl_EePjY.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 178 - Colorful Wireframes-IRNlRYD-zT4.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 166 - Incrementing your file names-B6KaU4aS1ug.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 160 - Snap to orthographic view-OyRAc4YI4h0.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 155 - Viewport transparancy in Object Mode-vFmtzSFQixA.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 151 - How to reset the rotation of the 3D cursor-SV87UDJ8xTw.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 130 - Purge All Unused Materials-3SfTz_yv570.mkv Daily Blender Tip 129 - Quickly Align The View To Your Mouse Cursor Position-gl0rl5Vof8U.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 124 - Quickly Find Objects In The Outliner-dRdjD7aYNMQ.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 115 - How To Save Quick Favorites In Blender 2.8--neQZryLwnM.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 109 - Quick Favorites in Blender 2.8-LsjrZnzRRzg.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 108 - Toggle Full Screen in Blender 2.79 and 2.8-ovio8TR04bE.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 107 - Fly Mode in Blender 2.79 and 2.8-iL0IOygp_P4.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 106 - Recover Lost Blend-Files-CJFPO5ATUBY.f248.webm Daily Blender Tip 104 - Zoom To Selected-7oVVH2vFU9s.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 103 - Quad View Toggle-5v1XUXGepzQ.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 102 - Random Object Colors in Blender 2.8-3G0OxL2lfLs.mkv Daily Blender Tip 92 - Blender 2.8 Keyboard Shortcuts-mihOtqlqkbI.mkv Daily Blender Tip 91 - Apply All Modifiers At Once-TyYHx5GOp84.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 54 - 2 Viewport Tips-qj2yDtU2M_I.mkv Daily Blender Tip 51 - Layer Management-qZTR0HWZ1UE.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 50 - Isolation Mode-T0OsgkDtBu4.mp4 Daily Blender Tip #25 - Hold CTRL To Snap Objects-uOqeimtviAU.mp4 Daily Blender Tip #21 - Copy Objects From One Blender Window To Another-eM5hHkLd-Mo.mp4 Daily Blender Tip #9 - Simplify Setting-RxtfwQKmWUk.mp4 Blender Secrets - Camera and Light Tip-MYEPTZEOWp0.webm
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>Blender Secrets - Environment youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrB1kuJIjcg7UrLDJNmhzzske8kSAwORX >Blender_Secrets-Environment.m3u Daily Blender Tip 337 - How to use IES lights (Blender 2.8)-Sqhcj5NSJaQ.mkv Daily Blender Tip 331 - 700+ Free ArchViz Models-zE17pfJWOn8.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 325 - Download any terrain data for free (Blender 2.8)-DVwyTbt-vdk.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 324 - Camera Projection Mapping (Blender 2.8)-TBN76lyaSXk.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 323 - Camera Calibration with fSpy add-on (Blender 2.8)-2mAn-dG6dVM.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 320 - Infinite Sofas with Group Instances (Blender 2.8)-SCpsAcNBEa4.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 319 - Import Sketchup files (Blender 2.8)-UyOg29tZfJU.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 313 - Forest that tracks camera with Particle system Billboards (Blender 2.8)-n4cyCqijpME.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 312 - Track Billboards To Camera (Blender 2.8)-NVPwwgbh0YI.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 288 - Making characters with MB-LAB add-on (Blender 2.8)-opCDoPmNk5U.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 231 - Extruding Complex Shapes (Blender 2.7 & 2.8)-nhh5bJk0X5I.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 230 - Quick Grass in Eevee (Blender 2.8)-IYLh9tTavI0.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 148 - How to use Nasa's free models and textures-ckkFYXIjdmI.mkv Daily Blender Tip 114 - Easily Add Camera Movement To A 2D Painting-KMcdkXGBTo8.mkv Daily Blender Tip #30 - Volumetric Light Through A Window-rJ9Zk9MMZts.mp4 Daily Blender Tip #11 - Using HDRI Images To Light Scenes-FB4KDmmeemo.mp4 Daily Blender Secrets - Scatter Add-on-7e2FUeuhldE.mkv Daily Blender Tip #29 - Quickly Set Up HDRI Lighting-QAv0LOE0p7w.mp4 Daily Blender Secrets - Fix Overlapping Particles with Blue Noise Particles add-on-kJPeK8D2I-k.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Easy Textured Pipes-WCf3c1YWDlY.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Add ivy with IvyGen add-on-XqpdfLivqxs.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Draw cables on surfaces-yplsXhRt5o0.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - 2 tips for navigating in a big environment scene-JudezcdV6eU.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Use HDRI only for foregrounds-vkJByvYAfzI.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Sunset Timelapse (Blender 2.9)-1trNOknO7e8.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Volumetric background to HDRI transitions-7t96IhTWw00.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Easy lighting with Gaffer-wt_L2u8PT_M.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Ocean Modifier basics-vDvySVkm1yw.mkv Blender Secrets - Realistic Animated Grass (part 1 - modeling and texturing)-6Qz83AFgMq8.mkv Blender Secrets - Realistic Animated Grass (part 2 - rigging a million blades of grass)-Uv-j_Ym5XNs.mkv Blender Secrets - Realistic Animated Grass (part 3 - particles)--YO5fYR-jpM.mkv Daily Blender Secrets - Easy Clouds!-NH_gH7oqhCk.mkv Blender Secrets - Mixing 3D Scanned Photogrammetry trees with Procedural MTree trees in Blender-EdY6T1Uq6L4.mkv Blender Secrets - Best Tree Ever-30g7Yzv9g2M.mkv Blender Secrets - Floating Boat-0GnMk8v4U78.webm Blender Secrets - Using Proxy Image Sequences-1-XRkRFLFDY.webm Blender Secrets - Free Proxy Addon-tAi6fCavSeU.webm Paint Flowing Water-0D-dvU6Nt6g.webm Blender Secrets - Paint Flowing Clouds-xBsyIZ5Ojfk.webm Blender Secrets - Easy Textured Mountains with the free Blender GIS add-on-I3UwGZUKDH8.webm Blender Secrets - Moving Cloud Shadows-SA1yLTeoohg.webm Blender Secrets - Free Geometry Nodes-based scatter add-on (G Scatter)-RKQ20ehlzB8.webm
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>Blender Secrets - Grease Pencil youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrB1kuJIjcg7gxhP5rDsxa7eKNohGFTXj >Blender_Secrets-Grease_Pencil.m3u Daily Blender Tip 253 - Creating your own custom Grease Pencil brushes (Blender 2.8)-abZxp-fHUSA.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 252 - Installing the new textured brushes (Blender 2.8)-NLNllP6bras.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 154 - Grease pencil cutter tool-97QHsTFM3YQ.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 153 - Grease pencil guides-PVgqNc_TjoA.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 150 - Grease Pencil Stroke Interpolation-cDKmGkSyEaY.mkv Daily Blender Tip 120 - NEW Curve Tool in Grease Pencil Blender 2.8-7SXqr_HlYEg.mkv Daily Blender Tip 113 - From Sketch To Clean Lines in Grease Pencil-QO5a2rKhMtQ.mkv Daily Blender Tip 111 - Grease Pencil Sculpt Stroke Thickness-tiziRwr082Y.mkv Daily Blender Tip 110 - Grease Pencil Build Modifier-uzsrCIucgN0.mp4 Daily Blender Tip 98 - Stabilizer (Lazy Mouse) In Grease Pencil-ah13EISw7nc.mkv Daily Blender Tip 97 - Exploring Grease Pencil - Different Brushes-j3M8DFFcysM.mkv Daily Blender Tip 96 - 2D Animation From 3D Animation (Blender 2.8)-QI5rEvu7r4I.mkv Daily Blender Tip 93 - 2D Animation Quick Start-djjzQYtKhBY.mkv
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The upcoming version of Blender is incorporating Asset Browser, which seems to be a really nice advancement for the tool making it really easy to gain ready access to a huge collection of high-quality assets created by top-flight Blender experts. https://code.blender.org/2021/06/asset-browser-project-update/
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25games is a channel by a German guy and it has tons of good material. https://www.youtube.com/c/25games/playlists >Blender - Grease Pencil >"This tutorial was a lot of work for me. I'm new to this topic as well so I tried to get as many information as possible and searched for the tools I would need for drawing. This video has extra length and is about the basic tools and where to find them for Grease Pencil. If you are new for drawing with Blender Grease Pencil tool then this video tutorial will probably give you a hand!" youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1XwjHBOypY8mlFVAipwTWk9mkh0iJKRg >Blender-Grease_Pencil.m3u Grease Pencil #1 - Basics of Interface _ Blender 2.82 _ Tutorial-w3O-t_dkoBU.mkv How to draw in 3d space with GREASE PENCIL _ Blender 2.9 ALPHA _ Tutorial-72XGpJDiVAE.mp4 How to 2D animate with GREASE PENCIL _ Blender 2.82 _ Tutorial-ogowBEyV44s.mkv Vertex Color and Tint - Grease Pencil Tool Update _ Blender 2.9 ALPHA _ Tutorial-2LyCkpJwzIs.mkv How to ENABLE and WORK with the GREASE PENCIL TOOL _ Blender Addon 2.91 _ Tutorial-PFfc5rdTONA.mkv How to Render a Grease Pencil Animation Video _ Basic Settings _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-qSg8au-B6Z8.mkv
A tutorial on precision modeling on Blender https://youtu.be/Ef7pROo5O0I
>>12484 Thanks Anon. I hope to actually take my effort to learning Blender and turn it directly into skills with designing 3D-printed parts for robowaifu engineering. The title sounds like it would be helpful towards this goal of mine. Will download and have a look at it.
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>Blender 2.9 youtube-dl -i --write-description https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1XwjHBOypY8Q_50TP9Hkbce_M3WQFfFj >Blender_2.9.m3u How to work with shortcuts in modifier panel _ Blender 2.9 ALPHA _ Tutorial-SXNFyvYYNhg.mkv Vertex Color and Tint - Grease Pencil Tool Update _ Blender 2.9 ALPHA _ Tutorial-2LyCkpJwzIs.mkv How to add Snap Points in Edge Slide Mode _ Blender 2.9 ALPHA _ Tutorial-RzHSis9Xfow.mkv New Extrude Manifold function _ Blender 2.9 ALPHA _ Tutorial-FlhAjyLnvrY.mkv How to use Bevel function _ Blender 2.8 + preview to 2.9 _ Tutorial-znZGx3CIqX4.mkv How to import a SVG and convert it to Grease Pencil _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-mUkZCuT9EG0.mkv How to Transform Pivot Point _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-qwLv62Hu-D8.mkv How to work with 'Primitive Add' - 2 click creation _ Blender 2.92 Alpha _ Tutorial-9cm0NTodNaM.mkv How to add further Extra Objects to your Add panel _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-LVLSTW_etP4.mkv How to work with METABALLS _ Blender 2.90 _ Tutorial-kn0pUWTLGGI.mkv How to render a Metaball Particle Effect WITH Collision-BrnqWqbopPc.mkv How to work with the ARRAY MODIFIER _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-4zytiZczsps.mkv How to use the Build Modifier with 3D objects and Grease Pencil _ Blender 2.90 _ Tutorial-vvMLgdlBrbo.mkv Wie arbeitet man mit Blender - Modeling _ Blender 2.9 für Anfänger _ Tutorial Deutsch-ho_ZvVzMORk.mkv How to create rectangular Curves for Bevelling_ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-6kNUkxg2b8E.mkv Wie arbeite ich mit dem UV Eidtor mit Blender #2 _ Blender 2.9 für Anfänger _ Tutorial Deutsch-H_7f97UFBpM.mkv Wie erstelle ich eine Textur mit Blender #3 _ Blender 2.9 für Anfänger _ Tutorial Deutsch-6PeegZKz4Ko.mkv Geometry Nodes - Basic Nodes _ Blender 2.92 ALPHA _ Tutorial-apIe8HoiyrE.mkv How to model a Fish Tank (for rendering) _ Blender 2.91 BEGINNER Tutorial-rCDLsCOgu_E.mkv How to set up a Render Scene _ Blender 2.91 BEGINNER Tutorial _ Fish Tank-RDLhQwhkLiY.mkv 5 Ways how to add WATER _ Blender 2.91 BEGINNER Tutorial _ Fish Tank-0Det7UnqiLI.mkv How to add details to your 3d Model _ Blender 2.91 BEGINNER Tutorial _ Fish Tank-pcR1ZAtzUG8.mkv How to ENABLE and WORK with the GREASE PENCIL TOOL _ Blender Addon 2.91 _ Tutorial-PFfc5rdTONA.mkv How to use the ASSET BROWSER _ Blender 2.92 - Alpha _ Tutorial-6l668t950PY.mp4 How to work with Bevel Bezier Curves _ Blender 2.9 Update _ Tutorial-syK0TvNx08E.mkv How to Render a Grease Pencil Animation Video _ Basic Settings _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-qSg8au-B6Z8.mkv How to BISECT _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-w4Ke_UoZRXQ.mkv How to create SOIL + ROCKS _ Blender 2.91 _ Tutorial _ Fish Tank #5-1Hv54CVeKXw.mkv Why am I snapping although snapping is disabled _ Blender 2.9 _ Particular Case _ Tutorial-WIelX_Vmf_s.mkv How does my Camera follows an object _ or an object follows my camera _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-61ilTE0H7fU.mkv What is the difference between METARIG _ CONTROL-RIG _ GAME-RIG #03 _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-1ajn_vBelgQ.mkv My Animation Work Space & Workflow #04 _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial _ Guide-TDY9Tdf0H78.mkv File Size Optimization & FBX Export #05 _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial _ Guide-H5obo7DYK_U.mkv How to create fish tank FILTER _ Blender 2.93 _ Tutorial _ Fish Tank #6.1-t1IjvAKJz_o.mkv How to load & change the font _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-3s0FLwKq60U.mkv How to link or copy properties of an object _ Blender 2.9 _ Tutorial-U-zwPy4oRsg.mkv What is different with MODIFIERS & the BOOLEN MODIFIER _ Blender 2.93 Update _ Tutorial-eGcI89OjTOo.mp4 How to ANIMATE VISIBILITY _ Blender 2.93 _ Tutorial-aoDTzHqgaDY.mp4
>related crosspost (>>12500)
This program, IceSL, is similar to OpenScad but also a slicer which can add supports manually to a print: https://icesl.loria.fr https://youtu.be/p4jI7fqBwXw https://youtu.be/gDuuL6pFvaE
>related crosslink (>>13020) >Blender 2.9 - Anime Girl Head Modeling In 30 Minutes WIP #1
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This here >>13721 is related to Vroid Studio and why it isn't good for modelling body parts for 3D printing. I wonder which other programs won't work for similar reasons. Also, I was impressed with the option of laying out the skin in Vroid Studio. This might be useful for creating some textile part and/or mold for a silicone skin and also adding sensors to it. I only saw this in a video and wonder if that works in other programs as well.
>>13741 The problem of skinning a complex 3D topological shell down into a flat 2D plane is both an interesting one, and one that's important to us here on /robowaifu/ (particularly to say, our papercraft waifu Anons). It's also fairly challenging to do well, as I'm sure our 3D modelling Anons who are doing meticulous UV layouts know right well. However, please do try to avoid the grotesque while you're here Anon, it's not really our thing on /robowaifu/. >=== -minor grammar edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 11/08/2021 (Mon) 06:50:08.

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