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Using scene strips to help work smoothly between the Node Editor and the VSE: When using Blender for motion graphics, there’s some cool handshaking you can do between the Node Editor and Video Sequence Editor. If a shot requires more involved effects than the VSE can provide, switch to the Compositing screen layout and create a new empty scene (I like to name the scene after the shot). Use the Image input node to bring your clip into the Node Editor, adjusting the start and end frames in the node and the scene as necessary. From this point, you can add whatever cool compositing effects you want. When you switch back to the Video Editing screen (it should still be in your editing scene), replace your shot by adding a scene strip in the VSE for your compositing scene. As a bonus, if you delete all of the screen layouts except for Compositing and Video Editing, you can quickly bounce between your composite scene and your editing session using [Ctrl]+[left arrow] and [Ctrl]+[right arrow].

Like all 3d software, Blender is pretty complex and has thousands of features. No matter how long you’ve been using it, from time to time you’ll always find a new tool, shortcut or little trick that you didn’t know existed. I’ve been collecting that kind of tips for the last two years and posting them on my Instagram account Blender Daily. Here is a collection with 10 of my favourites. A really cool thing about Blender is, that it is constantly being updated. There’s a new version coming out four times a year with exciting new features and improvements. As awesome as this is, it also means that you always have to download new versions to stay up to date. But did you know, that this process can be automated? Install Blender from Steam or via the Microsoft Store and you’ll always get the newest version without having to manually reinstall. Another cool advantage of using Blender with Steam is the possibility to track the amount of hours you spend using Blender.

Edge loops are incredible lifesavers for the same reasons above. They also make working with your model intelligently and efficiently really easy. Instead of grabbing an entire loop of faces one by one, you can select them all simultaneously and modify them together. To select all the vertices, edges, or faces in a mesh loop, click on any member of the family while holding Alt. It’s really easy to use the Knife tool to trace over a reference image or even another mesh or curve. For extremely complex patterns or anything else that you’d like to bring to life, however, the Knife Project tool can do some of the heavy lifting for you. To use Knife Project, you’ll need two things: your target mesh, and a mesh of the pattern, shape, text, or design that you would like to project onto it. This has to be a mesh, not just an image—you can import an SVG file into Blender and convert it to a mesh with the SVG Importer add-on enabled, however.

Proportional Edit can be set to many different Falloff types (shown by a rollout near the blue circle Proportional Edit button). Selecting Random will cause random translation, rotation and scaling of objects within the soft-selection region – useful for ‘messing up’ a scene to make it feel more organic. Since this trick works across all visible scene layers, put any objects that you don’t want to affect into a separate layer, then simply turn that layer off. To render, go to the machine you want to render from and set up your client by switching to Network Render and choosing Client from Network Settings. If you click the refresh button, the client should automatically find the master node. Find extra details at