I made my first Blender animation today! https://youtu.be/PLYtxOViLqY
>>617369keep working on it, anon
next time try harder. k?
>>617369There would likely be huge electrical storms between the planets as they drew closer. Have the right planet hit the other above the equator and spin the plants as they hit. Debris would travel forward.
>>617396>huge electrical stormsonly in atmosphere and not fully visible from that far away.
>>617369Try something more like this, around 3:20https://youtu.be/JZ6ZzJeWgpY?t=212The program renders in realtime and is only 64KB by the way, you've got a lot of catching up to do.
>>617532I don't get this. Was it programmed completely from scratch? Was it made to render ONLY it? I don't see any more info on it anywhere, horrible website. Plus it's not working on my PC
>>617532MSE thinks Fermi is a Virus/Trojan
>>617369I don't like those oddly shaped donuts.
>>617745They are Timbits (donut holes) from Tim Hortons.
>>617557It's a demo. It's an old tradition where skilled programmers show what they can do in a few kilobytes of code and what Blender's programmers can't in 50 megabytes of code.
>>617793kek'd at that last bit.
>>617757Greetings fellow Canadian.
>>617557It turns out that the techniques used to make extremely small programs to do something interesting (i.e. the Fermi demo) are the same techniques used to make extremely small malware that latches onto larger programs.
>>617557It's just procedural. Planet is a sphere which can be described with couple of lines of code, shader effects are all procedural and everything is just optimized as much as it can be. It's not exactly magic you know if you know anything about computers.
>>617908>if you know anything about computersI wish Blender developers knew anything about computers like you do.
>>617932SHUT UPBITCH BLENDER THE BEST