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  • Download
    3 years ago
    +9 9 0

    193 Ikea models for Download - Blender Market $29.95

    Very useful download with a decent price for anyone who does a lot of architect scenes or general indoor scenes. Note, since Ikea own the copyright for furniture design, only an editorial license is given.

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    +11 11 0

    MINI GAMES in REAL LIFE - NoobtownMonkeys

    A few cool ideas here for anyone wanting to try Blender's camera tracking. Some quite simple stuff with cool results.

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +4 4 0

    Please Read Before Posting For the First Time

    We thought we would sticky a few tips about posting to Snapzu in general and /t/blender specifically. Please try to follow these tips before posting as it will hopefully make browsing much easier for everyone.

    There are three ways to post on Snapzu. You can either 'Submit a Link', 'Submit a Discussion' or 'Post Something directly on Snapzu'.

    1) Submit a Link:

    Most likely, you will want to choose 'Submit a Link'. This is suitable for: News articles, Downloads, Tutorials, Images of Yours/Others' Scenes, Helpful Websites etc... So, if you have a few renders you would like to share, then upload them to Imgur.com or another image hosting site, and use this link in your submission.

    Title and Intro

    Having processed the link Snapzu will take you to your submission form. The layout is fairly self-explanatory, but I'll point out some important points. Of course first you will want to type out a title and an introduction. Your title should explain exactly what the link is showing, and the introduction can give your thoughts on it or ask questions of members who will see it. Make sure to click Save straight after entering your title and intro!! Snapzu will revert to what it retrieved automatically from your link if you later publish without having saved.

    Snap Configuration

    On the right you will see a box called Snap Configuration. Here you must use the drop down box to tag your upload with the most appropriate tag, label it as Not Safe For Work if your image has any nudity, gore etc... (unlikely!), and choose a different thumbnail if you wish (Snapzu should automatically fetch one from your link). You also have an important option of choosing where to publish your snap. /t/blender should automatically be included if you sumbitted the link from our home page. However, you can cross post to many different tribes, and that is something you should certainly consider doing if your post is relevant. Just click on 'choose' under 'where to publish' and choose either Snapzu's recommended tribes, or search for a specific one. You can post to 3 different tribes, although this can increase as your levels increase.

    Should you wish to 'Enhance Your Post' you can add a module. This will allow you to include extra text, images, links, videos and even maps. Click your desired module and Snapzu will add it under your main link. Taking images as an example, you can then click on edit and Snapzu will allow you to upload your image directly to your Snap. Generally this feature isn't needed, but there may be occasions that it is useful.

    Sources and Tags, VERY IMPORTANT.

    Finally, and very importantly for this sub, we have the sources and tags. PLEASE INCLUDE SOURCES whenever you are uploading work that isn't yours. Check to see who the artist of an image you are uploading is, and try to find his website, facebook page or even twitter. Provide as good a source for your submission as you can, to ensure the artists get credit for their work. Including a source is simple, just click sources, and then provide the source link. Consider also including tags such as 'Blender', '3d modelling', 'Art' as these will help Snapzu users search for this submissions.

    2) Submit a Discussion

    This kind of submission is very self explanatory and doesn't need must guidance. Discussion's can be used for many things such as talking about new features in Blender, asking the community for advice and asking for help troubleshooting an issue you are having. If you are having a problem in Blender that you wish to find help for, then please consider uploading helpful screenshots. Your description of your problem may be clear to you since you have been dealing with it, but screenshots can help everyone else understand and see the issues in your blend. If you wish, you could also upload your blend file to a host and link it in your discussion. That way helpful members can take a look in depth at the problem.

    Use these formatting buttons to make your text more readable, and to include links to images.

    3) Post directly to Snapzu

    The process here is very similar to Submitting a link however Snapzu will allow you to directly upload you images etc... to the website. Simply add your required modules and fill out the submission form in the same manner described in 1). This type of post can be useful for uploading a gallery of your own renders.

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  • Image
    3 years ago
    +3 3 0

    Reynante Martinez - Stigma

    Three Images showing the latest work from Reynante Martinez - 'Stigma'. A full render, clay render and blender screenshot.

  • Unspecified
    3 years ago
    +2 2 0

    Liverpool news: Raheem Sterling could bank £4m of agent's fee if he joins Manchester City

    Winger will benefit enormously from deal, although he has strongly denied his motivation for refusing to sign a new Liverpool contract is down to money

  • Image
    3 years ago
    +9 9 0

    Floating Jellyfish

    Saw this on a Blender Artists thread and thought it is a great example of lighting and procedural materials. I only have the artists username from the thread which is doris. The thread can be found in sources. Here is what she said about her process: ...

  • Unspecified
    3 years ago
    +3 3 0

    Top 20 Blender Artworks from 2013

    Some really amazing work here. My personal favourite, The Brushes by Gleb Alexandrov. Such fantastic lighting work.

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    +18 18 0

    Mario in more realistic surroundings. Very Cool.

    For those who haven't seen it here is a preview of the testing for a fan-made Mario game featuring Mario in more realistic looking surroundings. Assets are created in Blender and imported into the Unreal 4 Game Engine. Looks really good.

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    +3 3 0

    Blender Featured in Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Pamphlet

    The youth of America are going to learn about Blender, that can only be good.

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    +9 9 0

    RenderMan is now free for non-commercial use

    This is very good news. Now let's get Blender integration!

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +6 6 0

    What software do you guys use?

    I'm coming over from /t/blender to take a look at some of this stuff, and I'm quite interested in what programs you guys are using to create your artwork? I've seen lots of Blender artists using some kind of digital painting software to touch up their pieces so I would quite like to try it out. Are there any decent free (or at least free trial) programs out there?

    To keep up the content, here is the last render that I currently have access to (I'm abroad) that I haven't yet posted to Snapzu. It's a jet based on the Lockheed Blackbird jet that I made a while ago for a daily3d challenge.

  • Unspecified
    3 years ago
    +14 14 0

    You can make some very cool wallpapers in Blender.

    These wallpapers were made by /u/legosora from that other website. Had the link bookmarked so i thought I'd share them here. If you are interested in learning how to use Blender (free professional level 3d modelling software), you can come joi ...

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    +9 9 0

    Blender 2.75 - New Version Out 3 Days Ago (July 1st)

    Haven't personally had a chance to try it out as I'm away from my computer. Anyone had a go? List of main updates are in the comments.

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +10 10 0

    Improve integration with hoverzoom

    When you are browsing subs that mostly have image posts it's a hundred times more convenient to use one of the image zooming extensions but snapzu doesn't seem to have this ability. When i hover over the snap title it does nothing and hovering over the thumbnail only provides a full small zoom of the picture.

  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +6 6 0

    /t/blender, for anyone who is interested in the free, open source 3d modelling software that is Blender

    As a lot of people, I'm new here and wanted to start a tribe for something I enjoy.

    For those who don't know, Blender is a free and open source 3d modelling software started by the non-profit Blender Foundation. For anyone interested in 3d modelling, special effects, game design etc... it's a really fantastic bit of software that is comparable to other expensive options that are out there. It's used by professionals, but I would highly recommend anyone with a creative side to them to give it a go. Be warned, Blender has been said to have a steep learning curve, but is well worth the effort. Come and ask any questions about how to get started over at /t/blender

    So if you love Blender, come and post your work, questions, news and anything else related to Blender!

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  • Text Post
    3 years ago
    +7 7 0

    Hi everyone, love the site, started a tribe to find others who share my hobby; Blender.

    I really like the layout of Snapzu, and the whole levelling thing seems interesting. I hope to have the place figured out within the next few days. I started a tribe at /t/blender as a place to share any Blender works, tips, questions etc... There is a great subreddit by the same name with a good community, hoping to have the same here. I have uploaded a few of my blends there to try and get things going, but anyone interested should come and check it out.

    For those who don't know, Blender is a free and open source 3d modelling software started by the non-profit Blender Foundation. For anyone interested in 3d modelling, special effects, game design etc... it's a really fantastic bit of software that is comparable to other expensive options that are out there. It's used by professionals, but I would highly recommend anyone with a creative side to them to give it a go. Be warned, Blender has been said to have a steep learning curve, but is well worth the effort. Come and ask any questions about how to get started over at /t/blender

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  • Unspecified
    3 years ago
    +19 19 0

    Simple Charmander

    I'm terrible at grass and had some issues with lighting, but here is a scene I made with my favourite starter, Charmander. A little post done in GIMP but apart from that it's all Blender.

  • Image
    3 years ago
    +17 17 0

    Something I made for Easter

    I made this scene a while ago for a daily 3d with the theme Easter. Quite simple with a bump map for the paisley texture on the egg and a quick cloth simulation to add something a bit more interesting.

  • Image
    3 years ago
    +12 12 0

    Peaceful Chinese Writing Scene

    A scene I made recently using my girlfriends writing equipment, still needs some work so let me know if you have any suggestions.