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Separate your shadows and GI/AO layers within the compositor to adjust their colours: By default in Blender, shadows and GI are black. This doesn’t always give the best result. If you look at Pixar’s work, for example, the shadow is usually a darker, more saturated version of the diffuse colour. You can achieve this effect in the compositor by specifying your layer to output a separate GI and shadow pass. Use the Mix node set to multiply your shadow/GI with a colour of choice, them Mix that back into your render pass for best effect. We sometimes render a scene (Scene01) with no GI or shadows at all, and an identical copy of that same scene (Scene02) to get just the GI and shadows layers by themselves. Use the compositor back in Scene01 to composite those layers from Scene02, using the colour picker inside the Mix node set to Multiply or Add to achieve the shadow colour we need.

If you have lots of objects in your scene it is important to keep them organized and name everything accordingly. This is a really boring task, especially if you have lots of object names that need to be changed. In this situation the batch rename feature comes in as a real lifesaver. Press Ctrl + F2 to open it up. Then use the find and replace fields to rename a specific word in multiple objects at once. This tool has quite a few more features for renaming and organizing. I explain all of them thoroughly in a recent tutorial. Are you thinking about upgrading hardware to speed up rendering? If so, you should definitely visit opendata.blender.org. This is an official page by the Blender Foundation, designed to compare the performance of different graphic cards and CPUs for rendering. You can even do your own benchmark renders and compare your current setup to the performance of other GPU’s and processors on the market.

One of our favorite things to do when we’re just plunking around in Blender is to use extrusions, Boolean operations, and other tools to characterize a geometric primitive abstractly and spontaneously. Eventually, you’re going to do something that ends up giving the shape some personality or resemblance to something cool. That’s when you’ll be able to capitalize and finesse. Next comes the importance of working methodically and logically. You’ll never start out with something that looks polished and complete. Start with the most basic, fundamental parts of your model. Once every major component is represented to some extent, you’ll be able to continue one piece at a time, adding more detail until you’ve arrived at your final product.

You can make Blender part of your professional pipeline with this set of workflow tips and tricks from five of its leading artists. Blender may be free, but it isn’t just a tool for hobbyists. The powerful open-source 3D package is now used on a variety of professional projects, from the Blender Foundation’s own ‘open movies’ to illustrations, animated commercials and even visual effects work. While the fundamentals of Blender are well covered by training materials available online, there is little information targeted specifically towards this new group of professional users. See more details on https://3darts.org/.