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Hey folks. I was sick last week (not with corona, relax), so now I bring you two weeks worth of collected links from the world of 3D:

1,700+ photoscanned artifacts, free to download!
Many museums around the world have started photoscanning their items to preserve them, and some have uploaded them to Sketchfab and made them not only free to download but CC0! That means you can use them in your work (even commercially) without credit. I just tried one in Blender and it looks fantastic. This would be perfect to make an archaeological based adventure game :) 

Impressive scifi trailer rendered with eevee
It should probably come as no surprise that the artist behind this feat is Ian Hubert - creator of lazy tutorials and director of Tears of Steel. It's another great reminder of what you can accomplish when you work biggest to smallest without wasting time on details until you know they're needed.

Gallery of superb photorealism
I've admired Johannes Lindqvist for a while now, and only just discovered his full website. This guy is setting the bar for the whole archviz industry.

Half-life VR gameplay looks pretty fantastic
Three new videos were published this week showing some new mechanics like smashing crates with your hands and force grabbing. Fingers crossed, this game could be a big turning point for the industry.

Blender's Grease Pencil gets even better
This massive grease pencil refactoring adds masks, vertex coloring, filmic color space, improved playback, smoother strokes and oh my... real interactive lighting! I'm floored with how fast this tool has developed. Watch the video announcement.

That's all folks. Follow me on twitter for more interesting stuff that doesn't make it here.

Andrew Price

PS. Here's a teaser of an explosion tutorial I'm working on. Stay tuned ;)

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