Simple Rendering Tutorial for Blender 2.49! :)Things that you will need:Simple Rendering Tutorial for Blender 2.49! :)1 year ago in Blender More Like This
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Preparation for Blender
Step 1: After you've finished posing your scene in XPS, you're going to have to go to File > Export scene as .obj ... and save the .obj file in a new folder (preferably on your desktop)
Step 2: Copy the textures for the models you used (in this tutorial, I'm only using one model) into the folder with the .obj file
Making Things "Look Nice"
Step 3: After you open up Blender, there will be a cube already set up. Press X to delete it
Step 4: Now you're ready to import your file; go to File > Import > Wavefront (.obj)... - find the .obj file and import it
Step 5: Now you'll end up with something like this:
The pink thing is what you just imported. The
Nsio's Four Tools for a Successful DrawingNsio's Four Tools for a Successful DrawingNsio's Four Tools for a Successful Drawing5 months ago in Other More Like This
Let's face it, drawing is hard. Especially for a beginner, learning to draw seem dauntingly challenging. Even more experienced artists have it hard and I'm not anyway different from that. At the same time, weirdly enough, drawing is surprisingly simple and straightforward thing to do. But that's when you know what you are doing.
In fact, drawing is probably hard for you just because you don't know how it's done. And if you ask an artist how it's done, you will likely get rather vague answer. They know how to do it, but they don't know how to explain it for you. Drawing is full of concepts that simply don't translate well for an average Joe. Also, even if a great artists gives you a tip how to draw something, you probably still have troubles at executing it. You just don't see things the way the artist does., so you might even end up using the tip wrong, but believing in it so hard that you can't correct yourself. Not to mention the actu