Glass Half

Glass Half is one of the Open Blender Movies and it’s pretty cool. We saw it on the plane on the way to greece and I noticed the blender logo in the end. So I just got it together and re-watched it.

My better half and I looked at each other because we can related to the respective characters.

If we would play instruments, she’d probably play the violin, with lots of facettes and amazing tones and I’d be the guy beating a barrel with a baseball bat.

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Blender Guru: rain on glass

The Blender Guru has published an amazing tutorial with photorealistic outcome again, and I quickly wanted to show what he’s been up to this time. Andrew Price is kind of the video-co pilot of the Blender community and creating some really, really beautiful things with it.

Check him out if you’re interested in using Blender, which is actively developed and also very easy possibilities of building render farms with it, when one computer simply isn’t efficient at rendering a scene.

blender progressing towards professional field

Open Source Software is often looked down upon by the creative industry. I just wanted to share this little showreel by the Blender Foundation and show some of the great stuff that has been realised with it.
Also in the next open movie project, visual effects will be the focus, a quite exciting attempt and a little declaration of war towards Adobes After Effects.