Blender 2.8x-2.9x Easy Manual: Getting started
What you'll learn
- Understand the Blender 2.8 and 2.9 Windows System
- Learn how to use the Blender 2.8 and 2.9 default interface
- Customize the preset workspace
- Create your personal workspace
- A computer or other device where you can install and use Blender is recommended but not necessary to follow this course.
- Designed for complete beginners, no prior experience is needed.
In this introductory course of Blender we will focus on the fundamental aspects of the program, learning, in an intuitive and progressive way, how to use its main functionalities.
You will understand how the user interface works and quickly learn the basic commands, using both the keyboard and menus.
At the end of this course you will be able to navigate in the 3d space, visualize 3d models, set views and change the preset work area in no time.
I've included also simple examples to make you better understand what 3D computer graphics is and how it works.
This is a good course for absolute beginners, but also for people that have used or are already using 3d modelling programs and want to switch to Blender.
How to use this course
This course is structured in a way that will help you fast memorize Blender commands without involving you in any particular project.
I suggest you watch the course in full at least once.
In any case, in order to optimize your time and avoid you to re-listen to the entire course if you don’t remember just a part of my lectures, I’ve included also short “How to” clips, that will go straight to the point and clearly explain to you, how to execute certain tasks.
If you are already familiar with Blender but not an expert you can use this course to refresh your skills, and most likely discover those hidden simple features of the program that sometimes are overseen in other courses.
Who this course is for:
- This is a good course for absolute beginners, but also for people that have used or are already using 3d modelling programs and want to switch to Blender.
My field of expertise includes industrial design, computer graphics, project management, IT, 3d printing, engineering, business, music, arts and communication.
I consider myself a multi-skilled driven person with a holistic approach to everything.
Inventor of the first 3d printer that print in soap.
I'm enrolled in the register of Engineers of Ireland since 2013 and I've been a member of the Project Manager Institute in 2015.
After graduating in Industrial Design in 2014 with a minor in Ergonomics, I've obtained my master's degree in Design processes and methods for manufacturing engineering in 2006, dividing my time between the Polytechnic of Milan in Italy and the University of Malaga in Spain.
In 2014 following several years of work as a designer and later as a manager, I co-founded Wittystore an Irish company focused on additive manufacturing, mixed reality and 3d modelling.
I speak more than one language and in 2017 I became a certified TEFL instructor.
During my career, on different occasions, I've been involved in educational projects and knowledge sharing activities, offering training, classes and seminars both to professionals and students.