About 'Rendering And Sharing Your Work'!

In this video (objectives)…

  1. Have a closer look at the Eevee engine
  2. Render an image
  3. Saving Your image

After watching (learning outcomes)…

You will be able to render your work to an image file ready to share with the world!

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Oops went overboard and completed the next challenge!

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Haha that’s awesome regardless!

Wanted to make a fence.

Made something different instead… but sharing for fun!

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Suzanne on a piedestal. I like the Bevel modifier! :nerd_face::+1:
I also really like the array modifier. Used it for making the stones here, instead of duplicating. There is only one stone, and two array modifiers; one for the ring and one for multiplying and rotating the ring. In this way, it is easy to make later modifications, like number of rings, etc.
Eevee:


Cycles:

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… using array modifier for the stones also means that it is possible to do other funny things, for example…

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That is super neat, and well done for exploring the array modifier beyond what was asked in the challenge :wink:

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:slight_smile: Thanks. Though… I am not super new to Blender… :wink:

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This lecture was clear and I am glad to get more knowledge of the menu systems which has changed quite a bit from the previous version of Blender. The Eevee rendering is much quicker than the Cycles Render but as you said, there is a difference in the quality. I have one with Cycles Render and the second one with Eevee Render and no other changes. The first one is Cycles and the second is EeVee

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EVEE

Cycles

Latest Blender 2.8 is the clear leader

Seems strange image but I kept thinking kiln for baking clay
So its a clay monkey head melting into a sheet of glass
On top of the Kiln thats firing. Finally started to get the hang of materials kind of
I found that to be easier in 2.79, or maybe just use to it that way
have to learn again
It will probably be better with nodes, from what I understand is a better way to go any ways.

my new render - arcway

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So her is my work for this lekture
I played a bit with the different Material options :slight_smile:

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Made with Cycles

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I show you a water well, done in the other blender course. Using arrays, randomized meshes, etc.

Final project can be see here Water well in full color - Case closed

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Fun Fact:
I have no idea how to spell plymth… who knew.
Anywho, render has been posted as instructed.
:wink:

Cycles Render

and after reviewing the other students’ post, I realised that doing the bare minimum was not the order of the day.

Cycles Render

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Nice !
Thanks

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Funky!

Monkey Head Exersize

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