In the Extras section, you can take a look at "special" tutorials, like series or complete project tutorials, and also videos that are not only Blender related. Timelapses, another software tutorials,
paintings, making ofs... whatever!
Here you have a little compilation of videotutorials that will help you the basics of taking your real footage, track the camera motion and integrate 3D objects on it :D It's all about 3 tutorials: 1. Generating an image sequence from your video using Blender. 2. Tracking the camera motion in your footage. 3. Compositing and integration of 3D elements into the real video.
I hope you like it!
Blender can use addons for expanding it's features. This is one of the most useful ones that I've tried so far. It provides us several modeling tools that makes a lot easier to create quick models, and it increases a lot the speed in the retopo process.
It creates surfaces based on grease pencil strokes, but not exclusively, we can also take advantage of bezier curves. Take a look!
On this complete project tutorial series, we'll follow all the steps for creating a spider web from scratch. We're going to do it using curves, simulating cloth on a simple object that will deform our spider web, and then adding water drips using particles. Finally, a few cool materials and a little bit of compositing for simulating a depth of field effect. Enjoy!!
This is a timelapse of the creation of a surprise box project made in blender. It's just the modelling and UV's part, because it was rendered on Thea Render, and I didn't record that part cause it's just adding materials, textures and final render :D I know I know... I could just render this on blender, cause it isn't a very complicated render... but I have a Thea Render license for some works, and from time to time, I just like to render something with it :)
I love to see timelapses, but in 3d... I thought that recording a timelapse with smooth and "normal" camera movements should be possible, instead of seeing that lightspeed orbiting and panning around camera, that sometimes can result "a bit" crazy! So from time to time I tried out things, and I was thinking about how to achieve that result, and a couple of weeks ago, I saw the light and discovered a way of doing it! :) I like to call this "Cinematic Timelapse"