Rendering from Qubicle to Blender Chapter 0: Introduction and Index
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Since people are interested in knowing how I do my render images, I decided to make this tutorial. This will allow you to generate models for doing great art, promoting your mods, and also showcasing any new ideas you have in mind with a brand new rig. Now I’m still fairly new on Blender so I don’t know everything, so this is just how I would render. With that in mind, let’s get started!
Here are the programs that I will be using in this tutorial, but there are always some alternatives.
- Qubicle Version 2.0 (I’m using the older version of Qubicle… I assume that you have some knowledge of Qubicle so I won’t be explaining too much in the creation process.)
- Blender Version 2.76b or later (I will give some insight on navigating and some keyboard shortcuts since there are so many buttons to play with. Also if you have a number pad it makes things a whole lot easier. Otherwise, I can’t help you there…)
- Photoshop CS6 (You can use some other photo editing program. All I’m doing with this program is adding a stroke and making a shadow using layers with changed opacity.)
- Chapter 1: Constructing your Model
- Chapter 2: Setting Up your Model for Material Maps
- Chapter 3: Exporting from Qubicle and Importing into Blender
- Chapter 4: Setting up Before Positioning
- Chapter 5: Positioning your Model
- Chapter 6: Finalizing the image
- Chapter 7: Adding VFX using Photoshop (WIP)
- Chapter 8: Creating A Scene (WIP)
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