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In this tutorial, learn how to use Blender (version 2.83 lts), a free and open-source 3D software in only 20 minutes. This is an introduction tutorial suitable for people completely new to blender software or any 3D software.
This tutorial can also be helpful to people who are transitioning from older versions of Blender or from another 3D software. The latest version of Blender which is 2.83.2, was used while creating this video.(edit: After uploading this video, blender 2.83.3 has been released. But the point releases don’t matter, they only have bug fixes, so you can follow this tutorial.
03:10 Zoom in/out
03:45 Perspective and Orthographic views
06:05 Selecting in viewport
06:48 Selecting in outliner
07:07 Hiding objects
07:35 Deleting objects
08:00 Adding objects
08:29 3D cursor
09:13 Moving objects
09:47 Rotating objects
10:19 Scaling objects
10:50 Transform tool
11:49 Edit mode
11:53 Selecting vertices/edges/faces
12:28 Moving vertices/edges/faces
14:40 Loop cut and slide
15:47 Adding Materials (color your model)
16:50 Built-in HDRIs
18:44 Rendering image
19:30 Saving image
19:50 Saving Project
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