I finally uploaded the Eclisse lamp model on BlendSwap! I took this new upload also to start using the really nice SketchFab service for in browser 3d models showcase. Here the link to the Eclisse lamp on SketchFab.
With the Giochi Accessibili project, we have been selected from Wired for the Top 100 italian young enterpreneurs and startups!
The aim of the project is to create board games accessible also by blind and visually impaired people, allowing everyone to enjoy playful moments with their friends and families. In the last months I’m really pushing for this project and that’s why at the moment this page is not massively filled with 3d renders and Blender stuff in general. It’s a really interesting and innovative project that is giving me the opportunity to meet a lot of lovely people and their amazing ideas.
Few days ago I’ve been awarded by David Zerba with this Dragon’s Loyalty Award. The goal of this is to show appreciation to other bloggers we like and follow, to make a list of their blogs and give the award to some of them.
A big thank you to David for the award! I will try to make my nominees as soon as possible! Meanwhile you can take a look at his own list of pretty interesting blogs.
I just shared on Google Drive a version 2 of the handy business model canvas tool that you can save on your Drive, edit and share with your collaborators. You can download it here.
This second version comes with different post-it colours to identify different customers and things connected to them.
After the holiday’s break, I’m back with an exiting news! The dots&shadows design shop on Shapeways it’s now online and you can already purchase the first two products I made for experimental purposes, a regular glass and a shot glass.
I knew about Krita before, but I forgot about it till yesterday. I downloaded the latest version and I just plugged in the pen tablet. The feeling with the software and the interface is really nice! I will be using it for sure for some illustration.
Enjoy this meaningless wallpaper done in just few seconds of madness with Krita.
Thanks to the Architecture Academy from Andrew Price, I’m becoming every day more and more confident in material creation and modelling in Blender. This is what I’ve got after following the tutorial on the creation of curtains with Cycles.
After the beak you will find a picture showing the node setup for the curtain’s material.