How to create ivy with Blender Free Ivy Generator Addon
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to make ivy with Blender Free Ivy Generator Addon? We'll be using the default Cube scale, beveling it, and then adding a 3D model made using the Make Human software.
|ivy with Blender Free Ivy Generator Addon|
After that, we'll add the Blender Kit add-on to change the material to marble texture, and then we'll use the Boolean modifier to cut the hand of the 3D model.
Finally, we'll add a cylinder inside the arms and use the Try Lighting add-on to render the image.
Create ivy with Blender
First, open the Cube scale and bevel it. Then, add a 3D model to the scene. This model was made with the Make Human software, so you can easily find and replace the material with marble. Next, select the base and press G. With the BlenderKit add-on, you can reduce the height and density of the model.
Now, we'll use the Blender Boolean modifier to cut the hand with a cube. Select the model and set the viewport display to the wire. You can see where it cuts off. Then, go into edit mode and subdivide the cube. Increase the factor and use it to cut the hand. Now, add a cube and set it up. Then, apply the Boolean modifier.
Next, select all the faces and delete the other vertices. You can do the same thing for the other arm. Now, let's move the object downward.
For the inside part of the arms, add a cylinder and scale it down. Increase the length and rotate it. Duplicate the cylinder so it looks like the metal part inside the tattoo.
Finally, tap into blender Edit Mode and select the object. Go to Edit > Preferences and search for Try Lighting. Enable the add-on, then add an empty plane and three-point light. Increase the intensity of the lights, and render the image.
And there you have it! You have now successfully created a quick and easy ivy using the BlenderKit addon, the Boolean modifier, and the Try Lighting addon.