The latest in Eevee/Grease Pencil demos and animations

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(johnwoods) #311

Some love between Voxel remesh and grease pensil :yum:
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(aleksi1) #312

My latest music viz with Eevee:

Quite rough around the edges, but that’s what makes it fun to me! Getting it quickly done and moving on to the next one :slight_smile:

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(FreeMind) #313

I made a music video using Eevee and Grease pencil.

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(RaphaelBarros) #314

Amazing Eevee demo by Luigi Russo

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(Ace Dragon) #315

Eevee has become incredibly strong in emulating a polished 80’s style sequence (without actually looking like 80’s CG tech).

The style according to the description is called Synthwave.

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#316

Insane movie quality in realtime

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(<== Lost? Click Me) #317

FGC refs central:

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(zanzio) #318

This looks great. Did you make this, or did you just find this?

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(Markus Mayer) #319

Hehehe, usually not my style. But this was really fun.

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(melvi) #320

Excellent 2d animation.

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(<== Lost? Click Me) #321

Not mine, same for my other posts on BA (other than some instructional pics). Just saw it in a tweet from Ton.

This is the source channel:

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(Ace Dragon) #322

More signs of professionals using other apps. getting on-board with Eevee, a Revit user known as Tyler Disney has created an animation of a utility area imported into Blender.

Yes, he chose Blender and not the new version of Max (which has that new bridge).


Meanwhile, those using Eevee for arch-vis are now going beyond making tours of rooms, now making tours of entire houses.

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(CarlG) #323

Jeesuz Christ! What a project. Excellent walkthrough of a condo just a few hundred square meters bigger than my own :stuck_out_tongue:

He shares some lighting tips on his youtube comments, well worth a look.

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(xrg) #324

Something a little different. This guy is a complete beginner (he says 2 days) but it’s fun to see his reaction to using Blender.

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(noki paike) #325

paradoxically blender starts to be easier to use for those who are beginners with 3D in general, than for others who come from other famous 3D Software and are blocked by mental biases of use

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(noki paike) #326

there is a lot of love in this work, this man has designed his dream house

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(xrg) #327

Even people coming from other 3d software are finding Blender 2.8 nice to use.

For example, here is a guy coming from Maya to 2.79, and is pretty frustrated. Then a week later trying 2.8, and very impressed.

hidden since slightly off-topic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obRl-UlJyOs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKseS8oJIIA

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(noki paike) #328

Qbviously, many yes, they love it, but there are some that we have to fight every day because they complain, in these same forums, they usually have a superficial blender approach, and they complain that it is not standard, they are lazy and they take it out on blender design because they can’t use it … actually is a little funny … :joy:

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