Here is a tutorial on how I made my animated ocean scene on Sketchfab
by using animated modifiers and shape keys in Blender.
Here is the scene I am talking about.
First add a mesh object.
I used a plane but you can use any mesh object, like a cube, sphere or the monkey.
Select the object and click on ‘Add Modifier’ and choose the Ocean modifier.
Animating the Ocean Modifier
To animate the Ocean modifier, set the current scene frame to 0.
To do this, hover over ‘Time’ in the ‘Modifier’ panel and press the ‘i’ key so time 0.00 is the key frame for frame 0.
Then go to scene frame 1
This is a summary of my animations on Sketchfab.
Futuristic car animation.
Combat jet animation
Station and Monorail Wip 1
Futuristic car for 3d printing
A animation about how to assemble the 3d-printed pieces.
Laboratory door animated
Gunbot with walk and idle animation.
Station and Monorail Wip 2
Robot arm animation.
Another Sci-Fi Door
Rigged hand, just for fun.
Fire animation, just a strange armchairs with fire funktion.
Dragon with idle animation.
Video countdown 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
Handgun fire animation.
Wolf with some animations
This is a Tutorial on how to export a model with animation as fbx file out of Blender.
Exporting to fbx with included animation out of Blender is a difficult thing, especially if you
want to use it for 3D web applications like Verold or the coming soon animation feature
on Sketchfab, it is important to reduce the animation keyframes, so the animation runs
smoother and also the whole scene will loads faster. After the export, the result often
looks not like you have made it in Blender or in the worst case you get a crazy moving
polygons salad on the screen, also the export may take a lot of time or fails. This is why
i wrote this tutoria
Rendered in Mandelbulb-3D as a 360° Panorama image, later I unwrapped the image in Blender on a sphere object, then I just uploaded to Sketchfab, done ^^.
Mandelbulb 3D is a free and awesome software to create 3D fractal images :)
Here are eight results I made:
All models, textures, rigs and animations were created with Blender
(the ultimate open-source 3D-tool)
3D-Gallery on Sketchfab
Animation - Gallery on Studio.Verold