Saw a challenge on BlenderArtist.org and thought to make a non-competing submission. This is the result using Extras Curve Object add-on to make the cables and all the other models done by hand. Used a couple of textures from the BlenderKit. The piece depicts a cluttered network server rack that can only be disconnected with a pair of scissors.
This tutorial shows how you can get League of Legends models with their animations into the Unreal Engine. It has been pointed out that it is not necessary to use Cinema4D as Blender has the capability to import .dae files. You will need: Blender Obsidian 3.1.2 lol2dae 1.3
Before you think this is a tutorial: It is not. It is my experience trying and failing, to create my first texture for 3D. So I have done things in the past with 3D. Made models and scenes, but never made a texture from an actual photo. There are so many great free and paid recourses for textures that you almost always can find something that fits your need for that one thing in the background. Or when I make a texture from scratch I always made it without using photos. I always think you should learn what is under
Sometimes you get bored. Or just have this little idea that gets stuck in your head. One of them was that I wanted to try to make a character in Blender and as inspiration for this one was the avatar I had within DreamHack Beyond. An online festival experience that the company I work for made to arrange a festival during these pandemic times. Definitely checks it out when something like this comes around again as you not only meet new people, but can also get previews for upcoming games, steam keys, in-game items and if you are really committed
During the first lockdown in The Netherlands, I started to pick up Blender again and made these two different renders that I am pleased enough with to share online. It was something to take the mind of the regular work as that got me mostly bound to the computer without having to travel to the canceled festivals. The first one is an interpretation of a mural that can be found at De Voortuin. A pub I frequently visit in my hometown Utrecht and if you walk to the back you can see this piece on the wall. Providing there is