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Blender: Non-Photorealistic Rendering Research and Development

About the Project

This is a series of work I created to explore various techniques of Non-Photorealistic Rendering (NPR) to create 2D graphics in 3D.

Non-photorealistic render (NPR) is a style of rendering in computer graphics that allows for expressive and stylized visual styles. After learning about texturing with realism in 3D, I wanted to learn how to use Blender to produce 2D visuals. I created four Blender scenes and explored various techniques to explore different visual styles in each one.

Stylized Rendering in Blender - RaCAS 2021 Media Exhibit

Stylized Cel-Shading Material Pack

The shaders I have developed are available for purchase on Gumroad on the link below.

The Townley Greyhounds:
Winged Victory of Samothrace at The Louvre, Paris:
Le Transi de Rene de Chalon:
Recumbent Lion:
Blender Add-ons Vegetation:
Moon textures:
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