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Want your Blender models to look different than the default gray? Then you're going to need to use some textures. Read through our step-by-step tutorial to get a grasp on textures and the UV editor, then use what you've learned on your own objects to make them look real!
Sometimes it's easier to model several objects and then merge them together. Here's how to add, subtract, and join objects in Blender 2.8.
Both moving the camera and moving the viewport are simple tasks in Blender, once you learn how. Here's how to find your way around.
Blender character modeling in version 2.8 can seem intimidating. Follow these steps, which are helpful for both beginners and pros!
Wondering how to set a background image in Blender? Read this tutorial to stop switching between software and reference images!
Your 3D model isn't printable? Check out our guide to the best STL repair software for fixing STL files, plus tips on how to repair STL files.
Almost every digital model has a 2D texture applied to it. Discover the process of Blender UV mapping and work through an example to see exactly how it's done.
An undesirable level of complexity usually means too many polygons. In this article, we show you how to reduce polygons in Blender 2.8.
Vertices are key to adding detail to 3D models in Blender. Find out how to add vertices in Blender through this simple guide!
Textures are crucial for achieving photorealistic renders in Blender. Discover Blender texture painting to make those cubes look as life-like as possible!
Normals are a small but important part of your Blender model. They define what's "outside" and what's "inside" your model. So how do you recalculate normals that are facing the wrong way? Read on to learn more.
Rigging is commonly used in animation, but it’s also crucial to simulations in Blender. Explore this guide to Blender rigging to complete your modeling experience.
Although SketchUp is very popular and user-friendly, it lacks good renders. Converting SketchUp to Blender is a popular option, so follow along as we show you how to make the conversion!
When working in Blender with a large scene containing many objects, it can be easy to lose track of things. Fortunately, there is a way to group objects together for easy manipulation and organization.
Check out our easy-to-follow Blender 3D printing tutorial to learn step-by-step how to prepare your 3D models for 3D printing.
Ever heard of Blender's camera tracking? Follow along as we track objects in a video, create a 3D scene, and add models as if they were in the video itself!
Fusion 360 or Blender? Read this simple guide to discover the similarities and the differences between these two 3D CAD programs.