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Cort3D

2D/3D Artist and Animator cort.carrd.co

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cort3d·20 days agoText

tried fixing the blurry images on the tutorial the best i could

sorry about that x_x

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cort3d·21 days agoText
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Here’s a quick tutorial for rendering in pixel art style for Blender.

.Blend file download link of this setup at bottom of post

I’m using Blender version 2.83

Setting Up

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Set Render Sampling to 64 and Dimensions to 600 by 600px.

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For Cube Size and Cascade Size choose 2048px. Check High Bitdepth and Soft Shadows.

Under Color Management set View Transform to Standard.

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I’ve got my scene set up now with the model and lighting I’m gonna use.

Compositor Nodes

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The basic pixelization node setup in the compositor window. Remember to check Use Nodes.

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Outlines

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Check Freestyle to add outlines

Set Line Thickness to 1.7

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Set Crease Angle to 175 and check Face Smoothness. Under Edge Types check Silhouette and External Contour.

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Color Ramp

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Add a Color Ramp and Mix nodes to the compositor setup and connect them like so. Set Color Ramp to Constant. Pick the colors you want.

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Transparent Background

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Under Film check transparent.

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And that’s it! I might do some more pixel rendering tutorials in the future but for now I just wanted to post something easy to help others get started.

Download .Blend

Google Drive link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/15NGrbKBCCa4uNPX-8oMFK3xYG9WrJRQh/view?usp=sharing

Feel free to tag me if you make something using this, I’d love it see it! All my social medias are listed on my Carrd. Crediting me is not required for using this though!

If you found this useful please consider supporting me on Ko-fi! Thank you! <3

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cort3d·25 days agoText

phazon-kush:

A vaporwave-esque Porygon! I am so, so happy with this!! Thank you @cort3d for giving me permission to get your design on my body, I couldn’t be more happy with how it turned out!

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cort3d·25 days agoVideo

Worm on a string for a warm up. Trying out hair particles in EEVEE render. I could probably get it much better looking after some more practice remembering the settings.

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cort3d·a month agoVideo

I think the latest Blender update fixed whatever was causing the crashing problems I’ve been having with the plush dolls ever since 2.80 came out. Testing things with this shiny version of the Porygon doll and it seems to be rendering ok again.

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