“Foxie” Blender Grease Pencil 2D animation

“Foxie” GreasePencil, Freestyle and GP tools addon (Fan art, based in a ChrisLam Anim) on Vimeo

Fan Art, the original animation by Christopher Lam chrislamart.blogspot.com

Made with Blender Grease Pencil and GP tools addon and rendered with FreeStyle.

GP tools addon by Antonioya.

A dedicated Channel for Blender Grease Pencil works: vimeo.com/channels/greasepencil
Grease Pencil main developer Joshua Leung (Aligorith) aligorith.blogspot.co.nz/ aligorith.github.io/

Music: “From_Truth” Dexter_Britain

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Guide to realistic Head Modeling by Thunder Cloud Studio

Guide to realistic Head Modeling by Thunder Cloud Studio

Creating believable human face has been one of ultimate goals of many 3D artists. The process of creating an average human face is nothing new or rather a very old topic, however to aichive the most realistic and natural-looking possible we have to make the best out of every step we do: from collecting references, planning before modeling,topology, texturing, rendering…etc.

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Sketchfab | Publish, share and embed interactive 3D models

What is Sketchfab?

Your 3D models belong here

Sketchfab is a web service to publish, share and embed interactive 3D models online in real-time without plugin. The world around us is in 3D, but the web is still in 2D, and we want to change that. We think your 3D models deserve something better than screenshots or “showreel” videos. That’s why we created Sketchfab. We understand 3D and bring it to the web. Take a look at our intro video below to learn more.

Sketchfab | Publish, share and embed interactive 3D models.

Flat Surface Shader

Flat Surface Shader

Admit it, 3D is cool. But, you know what’s cooler…? 2D.

I love WebGL, but unfortunately it doesn’t work everywhere.

This lighting simulation can be configured to use either the 2D context of a canvas element or an array of SVG polygons to draw the triangles. It also utilises native Float32Arrays to store numerical data for highly optimised calculations.

Flat Surface Shader

This is a collaborative effort between

Matthew Wagerfield and Tobias van Schneider – a couple of pandas trying to make the web a more magical place.

vía Flat Surface Shader. – GitHub

Create a Rotatable Globe in Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator has some nifty built in features when it comes to working in three dimensions. This example gives a quick walkthrough on using such features to create a 3D rotatable globe, allowing the earth to be revolved in order to show the desired countries and continents.

3D Revolve effect

vía Create a Rotatable Globe in Adobe Illustrator.

25+ Free Vector World Maps (.ai, .eps and .svg formats)

If you are in search of a high quality vector World map, then your search is now over.
Most of the vector maps below are of the highest detail and accuracy, some have been designed specifically for designers and others to be used by everyone for whatever the project.
They are all in either .ai (Illustrator) format, .eps format or .svg formats.

vía: 25+ Free Vector World Maps (.ai, .eps and .svg formats)

New Developer Tools in Firefox 11 Aurora ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

“Tilt” 3D View of Web Page Structure

Open up the Page Inspector Web Developer->Inspect from the menu, or Inspect Element in the context menu on the page, and you’ll see a new 3D button on the toolbar if your computer is compatible with WebGL. Click that, and you’re presented with a whole new perspective on web page structure.

This 3D view which was previously available in an add-on called Tilt, stacks elements as they are nested in the DOM and lets you see elements that are hidden or off the page. You can zoom in and out, rotate and pan the view to see the page from any angle that is helpful to you.

The 3D view is fully integrated with the rest of the Page Inspector functionality. You can open the HTML view or the Style Inspector for more information about the element you’ve clicked on in the 3D view. You can also change selected elements using the breadcrumbs on the toolbar.

The controls for the 3D view are easy:

Function Mouse Keyboard
Zoom Scroll up/down + and -
Rotate Click and drag a/d and w/s
Pan right-click and drag Arrow keys

vía New Developer Tools in Firefox 11 Aurora ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog.