How to Paint in Layers using Blender 2.8. In this Blender video tutorial I demonstrate how you can use nodes in Blender to emulate a texture painting layer system, such as found in Photoshop or Substance Painter. Layering painted textures is an invaluable technique for hand-painted textures.but unfortunately, it isn’t yet readily supported. Fundamentals of Digital Sculpting with Blender 2.8. Learn all the essential tools, features, and techniques about sculpting with Blender 2.8. This tutorial course will lay the foundation of using Blender's sculpt mode, applying that knowledge to sculpt a shark creature, so that you then sculpt anything you want. View Download $20. Our third stop in this Blender 2.8 series on creating weapons for a first person shooter is rigging. For most guns it’s fairly simple, and in fact I was going to combine it with first person animation, but I want to take it a step farther than usual and show you how to rig up a complex weapon that actually transforms when you switch modes from a rifle to a sniper. FYI, I'm using Blender 2.8.0 on macOS Mojave using Cycles. I've been able to successfully apply the decal using a different approach where I import the image plane, subdivide it and then use the ShrinkWrap modifier to conform it to the surface of the target object. However, QuickCast seems like it would be SO much faster.Get StartedorWatch Video Trailer
'The real treasure lies within...' Yes, it's getting spiritual! This transcendental course covers the full workflow of creating your very own treasure chest and is made for Blender beginners and experienced artists alike.
This course will show you the must-know techniques for modeling, texturing, shading and lighting like a pro, with a beautiful treasure chest of your own to show off as a result.
The lessons are simple enough for beginners, but they get advanced as you go, enough to challenge even experienced artists.
The release of Blender 2.8 has brought a new era of open-source 3D creation. If you're learning 3D for the first time or planning a smooth transition from previous Blender versions, this course is for you.
This simple, stylized treasure chest is a lot of fun to create! But understand that it's only a means to an end. The best part about this project is that it teaches you all the essential techniques and workflows for creating anything with Blender. After this course, you can apply what you learn here to endless Blender projects.
Tip: As you progress through the course. Think about how the methods can be applied to other projects. When you're done with your treasure chest, you will be equipped to tackle any object that's in your head. Onward!
Don't forget to watch the follow-up course from Wayne Dixon: Rig and Animate a Treasure Chest in Blender 2.8
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In this Blender video tutorial I demonstrate how you can use nodes in Blender to emulate a texture painting layer system, such as found in Photoshop or Substance Painter. Layering painted textures is an invaluable technique for hand-painted textures...but unfortunately, it isn’t yet readily supported in Blender.
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Also read: 'Once I tried Blender, I fell in love' (an interview with Danny)
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How to properly bake everything on one diffuse texture?
Hey, great tutor, I cant find the right way to bake all layers into one texture
Could you guide me?