I’ve made this demo reel to show 2013 cultural heritage projects of Cineca, the Italian interuniversity consortium where I work.
The modeling, rendering, compositing and montage was made with Blender 2.69 and cycles
I’ve got one of the first copy as a preview of this new book, the Blender 2.6 Cycles: Materials and Textures Cookbook, by Enrico Valenza (http://www.enricovalenza.com/). It is brillian 3D Artist, illustrator and Art Director, and also known for being the Lead Artist in the Big Buck Bunny production and in other projects in which I was also involved.
Now It’s very hot here in Italy and we are preparing for summer holidays… so I’ll do only a short review to explain why this is a valid and valuable book and why every cycles beginner and also expert user should have it.
Here it is another freebie 3D model downloadable for Blender Cycles.
This time I give away a good model for architectural visualization: the Costanza® Lamp, from Luceplan® studio.
Hi there! I dedicate this post to the return from my long absence from the blog, and secondly, to the first article dedicated to the Blender Game Engine! I worked a lot to create demos, VR and small experiments and today i want to share with you one of those experiments with the python scripting inside the game engine.