Blender Grease Pencil Introduction How to Animate – CreateCG


We already know blender is free open source software with a lot of features that anyone can easily understand in the latest version of Blender 2.8 features a redesigned user interface that puts the focus on the artwork that you create. A new dark theme and modern icon set were introduced. Keyboard, mouse interaction got an invigorate with left click select as the new default. Quick Favorites menus give fast access to frequently utilized new tools. Grease pencil also has a new update in Blender 2.8 which is a user-friendly and fun way to animate.

We collect some useful tutorials about how to use Grease Pencil. This will helps you to understand better the new tool. Where you can create 2D elements, draw, and 2D animation into the 3D space into the incredible workflow of Blender.

  We are very excited about the new tool Grease Pencil, now a full 2D drawing and animation system for 2D-3D Workflow. This unprecedented integration of 2D tools in a 3D environment will enable you to create next-level concept art, storyboards, and animations.

Animating  with Grease Pencil in Blender 2.8

This tutorial by Luciano about how to create simple 2D cartoon-style animations. Like face turn with the grease pencil in blender 2.8. You can also learn how to add color to it and next sculpt add modifiers and effects to our grease pencil animation in a very fun and easy way.

Blender Grease Pencil Sculpt Mode

Sculpt Mode is similar to Edit Mode in that it’s is used to modify the shape of a drawing. however, Sculpt Mode makes use of a very different workflow.
Instead of managing individual elements (points and edit traces). A place of the model has altered the usage of a broom. In other words, rather than selecting a collection of points, Sculpt Mode manipulates the drawing in the brush location to have an impact on it.

Visual Effects with Grease Pencil

Blender 2.8 Grease Pencil has a special set of viewport which supports real-time visual effects. That can be applied to the object.
These effects treat the object as if it becomes simply an image, because of this they have an impact on the entire item and can not restrict their effect on positive parts like layers,  materials, or vertex institution as with modifiers. Also not like modifiers, they cannot be applied to the Object. If you want to try it out  Download Blender.

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