Sometimes when the model in Blender, normals go haywire. Any attempt to fix the normals recalculated outside or inside, fail. This is the case exemplified in the image below Just go on Object Mode select object and press keys Ctrl + A. In that case, you’ll be forced to reset… Continue Reading Aligning normals in Blender 3D.
Windows 7 appeared, but Windows XP is still used by many users. In this tutorial, I will show some tweaks. Optimize Boot Files [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Dfrg\BootOptimizeFunction] You need to reboot after applying this tweak. This key setting enables the boot files defragmenter. This moves the boot files to the beginning part of… Continue Reading Windows XP Tweaking – part 001.
This tutorial is made for version 3.3.2 of the Eclipse IDE. I will show how to set up an external web browser. First, start the Eclipse program. Go to the main menu to Windows. See the image below: Click on the General to display options. See the next image: You… Continue Reading How to set up an external webrowser on Eclipse IDE
As we told in another tutorial about Geany editor, we can use regular expressions to change text or source code. In this example, Geany uses regular expressions ( keys Ctr + h) to remove the rows with numbers. I use this [0-9\. ]*$ syntax. Please see in the image below:
What is Loki software? If you having several computers work together can greatly decrease the total time needed. Loki Render is a cross-platform job queue manager for rendering 3D frames. Loki Render distributes the rendering of Blender 3D images named frames across several computers. How to install the software? You… Continue Reading Loki Render – the render farm.
On console, you use the command ./blender or blender.exe (if you use windows OS). This is a need to see the output of the script. Split your window on two. Click right on the bar and select Split Area like on next image. As we see in the image below,… Continue Reading Blender and Python – First steps.
As we see in the image below, Geany uses regular expressions to modify the source code. I used a regular expression: [“\# >>>”]*(.*) to replace the # >>> with nothing. More about regular expressions on Wikipedia.
The concept of DOF (depth-of-field) is to use information about Z values and use it to blur objects. The more out of depth they are, the more they are blurred. This is a simple example : I used a cube. Then I multiplied by the modifier array. It can use… Continue Reading Simple effect in Blender 3D: Depth of Field (DOF)