I often hear people saying – “Damn!, it’s too hard!” … So many buttons, many things in one place …. I’ll never learn such a program!
I’ve been part of these people who find it difficult to learn Blender because it has a layout that is not understandable at first, so I understand well these exclamations.
One day I decided to try to change the way I look at things around me and face something that, at first Ithought it was difficult. Then, I thought about a child in development.
A child grows solwly, developing muscles, bones, the perception of objects around it, developing the body, learning how to walk, how to put a foot in front of the other to balance the wheight…
Learning how to walk requires much effort and dedication; it’s hard work !! And I do not remember any children complaining when learning how to walk.
Instead, the child smiles every small step it can make! The child falls, hits the head, get bruises and remains firm in his purpose!
A new knowledge always causes discomfort. And now, as we no longer are children, we tend to give up even before we analyze the possibilities.
Logically we would be born knowing everything, but that’s not how things work. Learning works the same way we learn to walk … remember?
Slowly, slowly … some of us manage to turn into athletes, making unimaginable movements for human nature … .like in ballet, gymnastics, etc …. Activities that require unnatural movements!
For this and the millions of other learnings that develop in time, before giving up, I suggest you think about how much you’ve achieved so far!
At the same rate, slowly, a little at a time, invest in this new learning that can bring you skills that will make you smile all the time !!
Blender is a free program used mainly for the creation of models in three dimensions (3D), but it has the ability to do more than that, for example, animations and games.
With Blender you can create stunning virtual worlds, houses, objects with realistic appearances, as well as sophisticated games and even fully animated films. Our focus here will be creating 3D models and some simple animations, not games.
First things first! First of all, you need to download and install the program on your computer. To do this, visit http://www.blender.org with your favorite browser. This text is being written on 16.11.2015 and to date, the appearance of the site is as follows: continue reading…..