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Adding Lamps
Adding Lamps
You can quickly add several different types of lights to your blender scene. And we will show you how.
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The Window Header
The Window Header
Most windows have a header (the strip with a lighter grey background containing icon buttons). We will also refer to the header as the window ToolBar.
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Lamps Related Settings
Lamps Related Settings
Here are some options closely related to light sources, without being lamps settings.
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Light Attenuation
Light Attenuation
The Light falloff possibilities has been improved in Blender 2.46, at least for the Lamp and Spot l
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Creating a Light Probe
Creating a Light Probe
The light probe is, in the simplest terms, a photograph of your environment.
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Groups and Parenting in Blender
Groups and Parenting in Blender
There can be many objects in a scene: A typical stage scene consists of furniture, props, lights, and backdrops.
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Organic Materials in Luxrender by Example
Organic Materials in Luxrender by Example
Create a complex material in Luxrender that is a combination of several simpler ones plus learn about the Luxrender camera and re-lighting during render.
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Rendering a Mantis in Blender Cycles
Rendering a Mantis in Blender Cycles
Learn how to set up complex materials in Blender Cycles plus tips and tricks on lighting and the Cycles camera.
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Introduction to Lighting in Luxrender
Introduction to Lighting in Luxrender
Frederik Steinmetz shows all possible problems that might occur when you first try to light a Blender scene in Luxrender.
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Blender Cycles: Materials, Lighting and Texturing
Blender Cycles: Materials, Lighting and Texturing
Two months from now, the new renderer Cycles will be integrated in Blender 2.61 by default - learn today how to get along in the new environment.
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Learn Free New way to create 3D text
Learn Free New way to create 3D text
3D text needs the right depth, lighting and texture. Nik Ainley tells you how to do this without re-rendering nightmares.Typography is huge at the moment in illustration,
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Rendering Nuts and Bolts in Blender 2.59 with Cycles
Rendering Nuts and Bolts in Blender 2.59 with Cycles
In this tutorial, we will be looking at 1. how to assign materials using Node Editor 2. Adding light shader to Objects 3. Render the scene with Blenders new CYCLES path tracer render engine. 4. Adding Depth of Field
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Making of
Making of
Here you can see how Zoltan Miklosi uses Blender to model, texture, light and render his female character Neo-Renaissance Girl.
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Light Streaks in Blender
Light Streaks in Blender
Light Streaks or 3D Strokes with just a few clicks in Blender. In 3D with full control over speed and timing!
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Experimenting with Particles in Blender 2.5
Experimenting with Particles in Blender 2.5
Particles are lots of items emitted from mesh objects, typically in the thousands. Each particle can be a point of light or a mesh, and be joined or dynamic. They may react to many different influences and forces, and have the notion of a lifespan. Dynamic particles can represent fire, smoke, mist, and other things such as dust or magic spells. Static particles form strands and can represent hair, grass and bristles. This video tutorial will teach you how to set up a basic particles system, and go over some of the associated options.
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