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Blender works in a slightly different fashion: all your user-configured settings are saved in every document you create. Each time you create a new Blender document, it actually just reloads your default document, which is called startup. If for some reason you want to restore the default settings to how they were when you downloaded Blender, you can either delete that file, or click Load Factory Settings in the File menu. Accessing User Preferences[ edit ] You can open your preferences by selecting "user preferences" from the file menu. When you bring it up, you will see a row of buttons across the top: These buttons select which section of your user preferences to display.

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Training Videos yoji writes: Hi everyone! I did just released my new complete course for Blender 2. This complete training will allow beginners to discover the software entierely. Blender 2. This training is divided into 15 chapters that will allow you to progressively and consistently learn.

Most of the chapters are punctuated with exercises to review the features covered and implement them. The source files are included in the training and allow you to understand the progress of a project.

During the training we will produce in parallel a complete project to create a robot from modeling to animation, this project will allow you to apply the Blender functions learned in the course. From discover ring the software, to polygonal modeling, object mode, edit mode, different rendering engines, scene lighting, realistic material creation, texturing, digital sculpture, animation, simulations, compositing, all these notions will be addressed in this training and will allow you to progress in the software.

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This divides the screen up into rectangular, non-overlapping windows sometimes called areas. These are marked out with coloured borders in the following screenshot of the default Blender 2. This icon has a pair of upward- and downward-pointing triangles next to it. In its place, you will see the following symbol appear at the corner of the window:. Any window can be changed to any type. You can have multiple windows of the same type. The workspace layout is saved along with the document.

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Training Videos yoji writes: Hi everyone! I did just released my new complete course for Blender 2. This complete training will allow beginners to discover the software entierely. Blender 2. This training is divided into 15 chapters that will allow you to progressively and consistently learn.

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Pearltrees Blender 3D: Noob to Pro You are strongly encouraged read as begged to contribute to this book! There are many things you can do to help: edit existing modules to correct errors, improve the writing, or make additions add new modules tutorials or reference material upload new images screen shots or sample renders join the team responsible for this WikiBook How to Edit a Module To edit any wiki page including this one : Click on the Edit tab at the top of the page. Make your change in the large text box. Type an explanation of your change in the Edit summary text box below. Click on the Show preview button below the edit summary to preview your change. Your contribution will be reviewed before it is officially published.

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Vukus Brief descriptions of the controls:. Press the key repeatedly to increase your speed in that direction, or press the key for the opposite thrust direction to reduce your speed. Thus, you can apply a single burst of sideways thrust while facing an object, then, without applying any additional thrust, keep turning to face the object, and you will go right around it. They clarify instructions, provide a point of reference, and improve the teaching process.

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