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An asset created for in-store merchandising for Southern Comfort. Blender’s library systems help keep track of all the different parts during remote collaborations: Red Cartel often collaborates with artists working remotely outside the studio. To keep the pipeline as smooth as possible, we use Blender’s excellent library systems. Data transfer for large scene files takes a long time, so for animators, we ask them to save out their Blender scene with unique names for their character/camera actions. If they then delete all the relevant working geometry and specify their most recent action as having a Fake user (the F button next to that action inside Dopesheet/Action Editor), that datablock is retained inside the empty .blend file. This reduces the file size enormously, making it much quicker to transfer over the internet. Once uploaded, our local artists simply append or link that data into the latest render scene in order to get the remote artist’s updated animation.
When you do a lot of modeling from blueprints you probably know this issue: In orthographic view, the lines from the reference image become indistinguishable from the wireframe. This makes modeling very hard and unpleasing. An easy solution for this can be found in the viewport shading menu. Change the colour of the wireframe to random and it will be easier to differentiate the edges from the blueprints. Another option, that I actually prefer, is to open the blueprint in an image editing software and change the colours of the lines. This is very simple but extremely effective!
Use a mirror modifier to create symmetrical hard surface models like cars—they let you see your work in real-time, all while applying every operation only once. After roughing out the main body of your model, you’ll be able to apply the modifier and continue to refine anything unique to one side or another. Working this way will end up saving you a lot of time. Many hard surface model examples are industrial, machine-made objects. When constructing things like laser guns and appliances, think about different ways to create clean shapes and classy profiles, both in common objects and fantasy inventions. Bevels, rimmed edges, and Boolean operators all serve as virtual factory equipment, allowing you to punch in, pull out, and embellish any aspect of your hard surface model. No matter what you’re designing, there is always some way to add more production value and detail. Proportional editing can also help you create curves procedurally in perfect alignment.
The Client machine automatically receives the rendered frames from network renders: Start by switching the render engine from Blender Render to Network Render. On your master node, choose Master from the Network Settings panel of Render Properties. When you click Start Service, you can view the status of the farm by opening a web browser on that machine and pointing it to http://localhost:8000. With the master node running, go to the other machines and set them up as slaves. It’s the same steps as for the master node: just choose Slave from Network Settings instead of Master. Assuming the machines are on the same network, when you click Start Service, the slave node should automatically find the master. Find additional info on 3darts.org.