New Blender Users


The first chapter of this course was made when Blender was in the early 2.80 version. You may be taking this course at a time when Blender 3.0 or 4.0 or higher is already available! Some single shortcuts/interface details might have changed since the videos were recorded. However, all of the core ideas and techniques you'll be learning in this course are applicable in all Blender versions, or even transferable to other 3D software!

If you're a completely new Blender user or you're switching from a different 3D application, I've prepared an extra, step-by-step course to help you out and get comfortable with Blender 2.8 as quickly as possible. The course can be accessed completely for free by clicking this link. What you'll find there alongside the videos are shortcut guides, exercises, and practicing material so you can consolidate everything you've learned. If you'd like to view the course videos only, you can find the entire playlist linked below:

If you're switching from another 3D software and already have a basic understanding of how this kind of application work, you may find it interesting to learn about 12 Blender shortcuts I think every beginner should know about:

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