I think I’m going to have to dig through my old photographs, or perhaps even my wedding photos, and having a bit of parallax fun. It will involve taking a still image and making it have depth and perspective and even moving the subjects. Am definitely inspired by this. A Blender tutorial was posted here.
Here is an in-depth look at the workflow of the spectacular Projekt Valour. The piece is a work of art produced for a Blender Cookie contest and the artist was kind enough to document the work and share it with us all. Very informative and inspiring.
Here’s a neat timelapse of demonstrating Blender‘s sculpting capabilities using the Multiresolution modifier to create a torso.
Here’s a remarkable timelapse from beginning to end of modeling the bust of a bulldog using Blender’s sculpting tools. Definitely inspiring if you want to see Blender’s sculpting and Dynamic Topology capabilities in action.
Here’s a cute short created with Blender, with some work with Photoshop and After Effects. It was a senior thesis project but was masterfully produced. According to the description, it is “a magical tale based on the Chango myth explaining how the mist of the city of Antofagasta (known locals as the Camanchaca) came to be.”
It was just a matter of time. We’ve no doubt seen proposals written in the air with smoke, recorded into music videos, written on the ground while sky-diving, on the big screen at sports events and much more. With all the wacky antics of creative love-struck proposing going on, I found this eloquent and cute…