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Marmoset Toolbag Skin Demo

Published:  September 27, 2014    Category:  3D Graphics, Games, Software    Published by:  GriT  
Check out the video demonstration and image previews of Tony Reynolds' rewritten Marmoset Toolbag 2 skin shader. Tony made a number of changes to the existing shader parameters, which now includes color bleed into the shadows, scatter modulating texture channel, and changed translucency (backscatter) calculations.
Source:  CGFeedback      Comments:  0      Images:  1    

V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp Service Pack 2 Now Available

Published:  September 26, 2014    Category:  3D Graphics, Rendering, Software    Published by:  GriT  
V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp Service Pack 2 is now available for download. This free update is available now for current V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp artists.
Source:  Chaos Software      Comments:  0      Images:  1    

V-Ray 2.0 for Rhino Service Pack 1 Now Available

Published:  September 26, 2014    Category:  3D Graphics, Rendering, Software    Published by:  GriT  
V-Ray 2.0 for Rhino Service Pack 1 is now available for download. This free update is available now for V-Ray 2.0 for Rhino artists.
Source:  Chaos Software      Comments:  0      Images:  1    

DeaDEnD’s Sketchbook

Published:  September 25, 2014    Category:  Fresh!    Published by:  GriT  
Have a look at Finnish artist DeaDEnD's nice work, who especially did the amazing pair of these leather gloves and wristwatch - awesome attention to detail! Check it out!
Source:  BlenderArtists.org      Comments:  0      Images:  3    

Blender 2.72 Release Candidate

Published:  September 24, 2014    Category:  3D Graphics, Software    Published by:  GriT  
The Blender Foundation and online developer community is proud to present Blender 2.72. Cycles GPU rendering supports Volume and Subsurface Scattering now. The User Interface comes with optional Pie Menus now and the Tooltips have been improved. For Modeling, a new intersection tool has been added in Edit Mode. Texture painting workflow has been streamlined with easy access to painted images and UV layers. The Compositor now comes with a Sun Beam node. Freestyle NPR rendering is now available with Cycles as well. Additionally, Blender 2.72 features three new addons.
Source:  Blender.org      Comments:  0      Images:  7    

Unicorn War

Published:  September 23, 2014    Category:  Fresh!    Published by:  GriT  
We looooove the work from Pokedstudio, which is an alias for illustrator and designer Jonathan Ball, who is based out of Cardiff, Wales, UK. Here is a new piece, created using Blender 2.71 and Cycles, and comped in Photoshop.
Source:  pokedstudio      Comments:  0      Images:  3    

Arnold for Houdini

Published:  September 23, 2014    Category:  3D Graphics, Rendering, Software    Published by:  GriT  
Arnold for Houdini is now available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X and for various builds of Houdini. Launched at SIGGRAPH 2014, Arnold for Houdini (or HtoA) provides a tight bridge to the Arnold renderer from within the standard Houdini interface, in a way that is familiar to both Houdini users and Arnold users in Maya or Softimage. It also enables smooth lighting workflows between Houdini and other DCC applications, since setups can be exported and shared.
Source:  Solid Angle S.L.      Comments:  0      Images:  1    

New Krita Development Builds

Published:  September 23, 2014    Category:  2D Graphics, Software    Published by:  GriT  
The Krita development team has put out a new build for Windows, OSX and Linux platforms. There are improvements and numerous fixes that address loading and saving of blending modes to PSD, randomly disabled Krita tablet support and more - check out the complete list after the break.
Source:  krita.org      Comments:  0      Images:  2    

Houdini 14 Splash Screen Contest

Published:  September 22, 2014    Category:  3D Graphics, Design, Software    Published by:  GriT  
Side Effects is working together with CMIVFX to see who will create the next best splashscreen for the Houdini 14 release. Of course you must use only Houdini and Mantra for rendering, and you cannot import any sort of base mesh from other software packages to supplement your image.
Source:  Side Effects Software Inc.      Comments:  0      Images:  1    

Free High Resolution Textures (Resource)

Published:  September 21, 2014    Category:  General    Published by:  GriT  
texturelabs.org offers a wide range of high resolution images that are free for personal and commercial use. There are many categories of images that you can peruse, ranging from outdoors, rocks, wood, plastics, metal and more. There is no catch - you can use everything on the site without limitations. Bookmarked!
Source:  texturelabs.org      Comments:  0      Images:  1    

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