Beginner’s Guide to Blender

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Who this course is for:


Blender 3.2

Blender has become one of the most used 3d programs around the world. Blender is an all-in-one free open source software for creating 2d and 3d artworks, renders and visualizations.

With this course, participants will learn the basics of the world of 3d in an intuitive and engaging way. Participants will learn to create and animate 3d models and will learn the basics of creating scenes in Blender. The skills and ideas learned from this course will be applicable in any 3d program in the future. This course will be a doorway to realistic renders, Archviz, Stylized artworks, and so on. It’ll create further interest in the medium and will encourage the participants to explore other applications.

The carefully structured course will include the absolute basics along with tips and tricks learned through years of experience.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Blender
  • Installation and Interface
  • Navigation and Customization
  • Native Shapes
  • Transformations and editing tools
  • Modeling complex objects
  • Modifiers
  • Sculpting
  • Introduction to PBR
  • Introduction to shaders and nodes
  • UV unwrapping
  • Texturing a complex object
  • Introduction to Ray Tracing
  • Lights in Blender
  • Photorealism
  • Introduction to Particle Systems
  • Complex Shading Techniques
  • Introduction to Volumetrics
  • Camera Basics
  • Framing and composition
  • Optimization
  • Animation Concepts
  • Basics of the graph editor
  • Introduction to Keyframing and movement
  • Camera movement
  • Finalizing shots
  • Optimizing a scene
  • Asset Collection and Production
  • Basics of Rendering
  • The camera passes and set up
  • Render Optimization and rework
  • Final Render
  • Introduction to Compositing
  • Creating the final image
  • Creating a Video
  • Final thoughts and Tips


Upon completion of the Course contents, Tasks will be provided by the instructor to evaluate the understanding level of the participants. The tasks should be completed within the given timeframe and uploaded to the submission portal. Evaluating the submissions, Certificates will be provided to all the participants.

Learning Outcomes

Course Instructor

Ar. Rezwanur Rafi
B.Arch, BUET

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