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What the fuck is the grease pencil supposed to be used for in Blender?
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its for sketching.

for example you are doing retopology on a model and you want to draw the topology flow before you start working so its possible.
or you can use it to write things to remember later which is useful
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For freehand sketching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAsUGy7XGOA
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>>556225

It's also very helpful for blocking out an animation. You quickly sketch out stick figures at certain key frames in the camera view so that the poses, framing and timing all look correct when you play them back. Afterwards you just animate your rig according to that little stick figure anim.
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>>556241

YOU CAN MAKE CURVES SOLID!?!?!?!
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>>556225
nothing, they implemented it by accident
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>>556225

Tons of shit. You can use it to sculpt (both in the sense of doodling on the mesh, and in the sense of driving sculpting tools), you can snap verts to it with LoopTools

It's really pretty powerful desu
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>>556241
>"this is a quick demo..."
>8 mins long
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>>556225
It's a very powerful tool for advanced users. You can draw topology out of thin air, you can retopologize with ease, you can use it for 2d animation(as the strokes are curves and can be modified), you can use it for making tutorials, making hair, even geometry such as hair, tentacles, anything stringy.
https://vimeo.com/26339130
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>>557410

Fucking ADHD generation
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>>556274
>>557601
lmao
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>>557410

Put it on 2x speed, you retard.




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