Tutorial Categories

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Easy tutorials for when you just got started or just need to brush up your knowledge
Tutorials -
Beginner
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Tutorials for various modeling techniques.
Modeling Tutorials -
General

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Tutorials that involve the Freestyle renderer, which can be used for drawing-style renders.
Modeling Tutorials -
Freestyle

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Gallery of the best films and animations that have been created with Blender.
Gallery -
Film/Animation

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Tutorials on animating
Animation Tutorials -
General

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Tutorials on using the Sculpt Mode for modeling
Modeling Tutorials -
Sculpting

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Tutorials on Video Editing and Camera Tracking for making your own VFX
Video Editing
Tutorials

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Add rigs to your model in preparation for animation
Animation Tutorials -
Rigging

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Tutorials for modeling complete photo-realistic scenes
Modeling Tutorials -
Photo Realism

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Other tutorials that either cover multiple categories or just don't fit in there.
Tutorials -
Other


About Blender

Blender is open source 3D software that supports 3D modeling, rigging, animation, simulations, rendering and compositing.
It is cross-platform and runs on Windows, Linux and Mac computers.
Blender is being developed by hundreds of volunteers around the world, including artists, VFX experts, hobbyists, scientists, and more.

Blender is comparable to software packages like 3D Studio Max and Maya. While they are all excellent, Blender is the only one that won't cost you anything. It's also generally a lot lighter on your computer's resources.

Is learning Blender hard? Well, don't expect to know everything overnight. But no matter what 3D software, to become a 3D artist it takes practice, practice and...practice!
The goal of this site is to make the learning process easier, by doing some of the work for you. We searched the web for quality tutorials, so you don't have to! That saves a lot of time that you can use to focus on the actual learning process.