Roobol - sketchbook

Now that I’m retired I moved from Cinema4D to Blender, and thus far the experience has been a pleasant surprise. For the moment limiting myself to simple stuff, trying to get a grip on the programme.

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A German primary school has made paper models of all the historical buildings in their village which can be downloaded from https://www.grundschule-pretzschendorf.de/Werken/Weihnachtsberg/weihnachtsberg.html

Using them in Blender is actually quite easy and fun to do. Plant is a freebee from Sketchfab (thank you, Izzy).

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More simple stuff; all materials are procedural.

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One of the first scenes I made with Blender, after the obligatory doughnut, that is…

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The curve for the basket was made with the contraption in Spirograph

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More simple stuff…

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I’ve never been a real fan of the series, though.

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And even more simple stuff…

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I was looking through sketchbooks and this apple stood out. I don’t know if it’s procedural or not but the texture and shape is really nice. The fact that you wrote an entire spirograph to make the curves is kind of amazing. Well done!

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Blush… thanks for your appreciation (apple was modelled in Blender, all textures are procedural).

Inspired bij the work of Lisette Huizenga (and Mondriaan, obviously).

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The curve for the basket was made with a modification of my Ptolemy contraption.

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Cinderella’s rollerskates; I’m pretty sure she will make an impact…

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Paper station. Plant is a freebee from Sketchfab (thank you, rufusrockwell).

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Trying to get used to the new geonodes workflow.

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As a kid I made these kind of models from plywood; this goes a bit faster…

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Also works quite well for Christmas cards.

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After Cinderella’s roller skates, the skate board of her prince (and he too will make an impact).

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They didn’t wear helmets with horns, though…

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