In this tutorial you will discover how to:
- Quickly distribute christmas lights
- Create bokeh with lens artifacts
- Color grade an image for more impact
When I was a kid I used to create a flip calendar every year that would count down the days until Christmas. I’m not sure when I stopped this exciting tradition but now I tend to just change my wallpaper. It’s borderline scrooge, but it’s how I roll.
This year I took it a step further by actually making my own wallpaper! *gasp* I know.
I wanted a wallpaper that captured my favourite part of Christmas: The lights. There’s nothing I like more than walking down the streets with my loved ones and observing the spectacular light displays in the summer breeze So here’s what I came up with:
I figured you all have Christmas shopping to do so I made this tutorial just 10 minutes long!
At a Glance
Screenshots from the video:
Not sure where to go from here? Check out these links for further inspiration:
I hope you enjoyed this week’s tutorial. Post any tips, inspirational links or finished works below!Download finished .blend Create a Christmas Wallpaper in 10 Minutes,