Introduction to Blender on Windows

13 set 2023 2 min di lettura
Introduction to Blender on Windows
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Blender is free and open-source software dedicated to 3D modeling, animation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking. It is one of the most popular and powerful 3D graphics software available and has a large community of users and developers. In this tutorial, we'll explore the basics of Blender on Windows.


Visit the official Blender website to download the latest version for Windows. Once downloaded, run the.msi file and follow the instructions to complete the installation.

User interface

When you launch Blender, you will be faced with an interface full of panels and options:

  • 3D View: This is the main pane where you will create and edit your 3D models.
  • Timeline: Located at the bottom, it allows you to manage animations.
  • Toolbar: On the left side, it offers tools for modeling, sculpting, and painting.

Creating a Basic Object

To get started, Blender provides a default cube in the 3D view:

  1. Select the cube by clicking on it with the right mouse button.
  2. Use the transform manipulators to move, rotate, or scale the cube.


Blender offers a wide range of modeling tools:

  • Extrude: Select a face and press E to extrude it.
  • Loop Cut: Press Ctrl + R and click on an object to add a cut.
  • Sculpt: Switch to sculpt mode to shape your object as if it were clay.


Once your model is complete, you can render it:

  1. Position the camera in the desired view.
  2. Go to the render panel (camera icon) and adjust the settings as desired.
  3. Click "Render" to get an image of your model.

Example of creating a sphere with lights:

  1. Delete the default cube by X
  2. Go to Aggiungi > Maglia > Sfera to insert a sphere.
  3. Position the sphere as desired.
  4. Add a light from Aggiungi > Luce > Punto and place it above the sphere.
  5. Go to the render panel and click "Render" to see the illuminated sphere.


Blender is an incredibly powerful and versatile tool for 3D graphics. Whether you are a beginner or a professional, Blender has something to offer. With a wide range of tools and an active community, it is one of the best 3D graphics software available. Happy modeling!

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