Allegorithmic have posted a new video showing the latest developments in their 3D painting software. Watch it on YouTube.
As readers may be aware, Motiva’s Víctor Feliz expressed his disappointment in a recent interview about issues related to Colorway’s release. Upon hearing about the situation, The Foundry’s Brad Peebler expressed that they had been actively developing 2/2.5D workflows previous to the meetings with Motiva, and contacted Víctor Feliz to resolve the situation. Thanks to this both Víctor Feliz and Brad Peebler have now agreed to continue to look for ways to actively co-operate between Motiva and The Foundry. As a starter, an interview with Víctor Feliz on Motiva’s development of the Real Perception OFX plugins that can be used with Nuke is now available on The Foundry’s blog.
A tutorial by Osman Safi on creating collision-based deformations using Flex and a universal deflector. Watch it on Vimeo.
A thorough tutorial by Itoo Software on how to create a stadium using their parametric modeling plugin. More on Itoo Software.
Side Effects, makers of Houdini, have announced plans to release their Houdini Engine plugins for 3DS Max, Cinema 4D, Unity, and Unreal in late 2014, following the previous release for Maya. The Houdini Engine API will allow for users to bring Houdini assets into the software package they are most comfortable with. Full details can be read on the Side Effects Software website.
It’s a Plastic World is a motion graphics piece created using 3DS Max, that tells the story of how plastics are slowly contaminating the world we live in. You can watch the animation, and a breakdown of how the animation was completed, on the It’s a Plastic World Vimeo Channel.
A script by Jonathan de Blok for removing fireflies from renders. More on the Iray Dev blog.
New test renders by Archviz artist Bertrand Benoit using the Corona Renderer. More on BBB3viz.
MIT students have created a method that combines a desktop 3D printer with liquid nitrogen to print ice cream shapes. More on Techcrunch.
Budapest-based Digic Pictures have posted online their latest reel. Watch it on YouTube.
A tutorial by Archviz artist Peter Guthrie.