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Blender 2.6 Getting Started

  • Price £495.00
  • Duration 2 day(s)
All major credit cards accepted


Blender 2.6 Getting Started is a 2 day hands on Blender training course which is run at our London centre. The course gives you the opportunity to learn how to create your own scene in the free Blender 3D software, covering everything from modelling to lighting, texturing, and the actual rendering of the scene. By the end you will have a grasp of the skills that will give you a good basis to continue from on your own. Expect to have fun, busy, hectic days filled with new things to learn!


This course is targeted at those who are looking at getting started with Blender. You should have good general computer skills, but do not need to have prior experience of working with Blender.

Course Content

The following are some examples of the types of topics you will cover in this course. The actual topics and order in which they are covered can vary slightly in order to best accommodate the size, ability and requirements of each group.

Day 1 Modelling

The Blender Interface


Making & Controlling Objects
•Adding and deleting objects
•Selecting objects
•Moving objects
•Rotating objects
•Scaling objects
•Duplicating objects
•Using the registration point
•Using and manipulating the 3D cursor

•Using layers
•Moving objects to layers
•Hiding/Showing layers
•Layer shortcuts

•Box modelling
•Vertex modelling
•Vertices, Faces, and Edges

•Object mode
•Edit mode
•Sculpt mode

Shortcuts & Preferences
•Keyboard shortcuts
•Using a 3-button mouse
•Blender preferences
•Blender add-ons

Day 2 Lighting, Rendering, Materials and Textures

World & Scene
•Setting up your world•Sky•Environment lighting
•Indirect lighting

•Setting up your scene
•Scene info

•Using multiple lights

•Types of material
•Material properties
•Using multiple materials
•Naming your materials

•Multiple textures
•Naming your textures

•Setting up your camera(s)
•Camera settings

•Simple scene rendering
•Changing your render output
•Where are your renders saved
•Render properties

Lab: 10 Cube challenge

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