TUTORIALS 2017-07-13T12:36:04+00:00


Blender keyboard shortcuts or cheatsheet


As you know Blender is keyboard heavy applications, there's always that shortcut, that I forgot. So some fellows made keyboard cheatsheets, that I share here.   This guy continuously updates blender keys infographic. Link of Origin : https://www.giudansky.com/design/51-blender-map   This one is keyboard layout view, a bit older, but keys remain the same.   [...]

Awesome free applications for artists

Applications, Tutorial|

Here's a list of awesome free applications I use in my work. Very useful for artists, designers and generally for everybody. I will not list here most popular and excellent free software like Blender, Gimp, Krita, only some of less known tools, that I found to be great. 1. Kuadro - your reference images manager Every art starts from [...]

Better free text to speech voices on older „Windows“

Applications, Tutorial|

Text-to-Speech (TTS) refers to the ability of computers to read text aloud (speech synthesis). A TTS Engine converts written text to a phonemic representation, then converts the phonemic representation to waveforms that can be output as sound. Windows desktop systems can use SAPI 4 and SAPI 5 components to support speech synthesis and speech recognition. Windows XP has a English voice engine called Sam. Beginning with Windows Vista [...]

How to achieve sharp offset in Inkscape

Inkscape, Tutorial|

This tutorial is for Inkcape (free vector program www.inkscape.org) This is advanced level tutorial: you need to know what is Inkscape, how to create and manipulate objects, paths, fill and stroke. Tested in version 0.92 Problem: there are some offset tools in inkscape (http://tavmjong.free.fr/INKSCAPE/MANUAL/html/Paths-Editing.html#Paths-Offsets). But they produce some kind of rounded and deformed paths in result. For example: If you need sharp [...]