Blender add-on “Select-UP” updated to v. 1.2.0.
- Added selecting by parenting button
Modifiers can be applied to a mesh from the keyboard. To apply the modifier, move the mouse cursor over it and press the key combination:
ctrl + a
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BMusic Player v1.0.1 (Initial Release)
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A two-part tutorial on how Vector Displacement works in Blender, how to use it in practice, and how to create geometry using only the Shader Editor nodes.
Autron: Erin Woodford
Since Blender 2.80 the deselect all function – complete deselection of all objects or geometry – has been switched from a single press of the “a” key to a double “a-a” or a combination of “alt+a” keycodes. To return the deselection function to a single “a” press, we can edit the settings of the selection operators. Or, since Blender 2.81, a special checkbox is provided for this in the keyboard shortcuts settings.
Now the selection of all objects/geometry and their total deselection will be performed by pressing the single “a” key.
Detailed time-lapse about creating a procedural cup of coffee with a donut in Blender using the only Shader Editor nodes. The three-dimensionality of objects is achieved through the use of vector displacement.
Author: Erindale Woodford
To make a new UV with the Python API and set coordinates to its points, we need:
First – create a new UV with the desired name:
new_uv = bpy.context.active_object.data.uv_layers.new(name='NewUV')
Next, to specify the coordinates of its points, we need to cycle through all the “loops” of the mesh:
You may need to get a list of coordinates of the mesh’s UV, for example, when exporting a mesh from Blender’s internal format to any external formats.
A list of the mesh UV-s can be got by accessing the “uv_layers” structure:
# [bpy.data.meshes['Cube'].uv_layers["UVMap"], bpy.data.meshes['Cube'].uv_layers["UVMap.001"]]
Making a clock in Blender with nodes tutorial. The result is a procedural real-time clock shader.
Author Dr. Blender
Creating and using procedural erosion and wear shaders in Blender 2.9 tutorial.
A simple technique for creating beautifully animated shaders by combining noise textures:
Video by Sam Debenham
BIS (Blender Interplanety Storage) updated to v.1.9.1.
BIS (Blender Interplanety Storage) updated to v.1.9.0.
A brief review of the Blender 2.9 new features.