Zoom Workshop "Introduction to Blender: Creating a 3D Model"

Prerequisites:

None

This hands-on workshop will introduce participants to open source 3D program Blender. This workshop is an introduction to Blender’s interface and will cover basic modeling techniques. Participants will learn to efficiently model in 3D while avoiding common pitfalls. This short course is intended for absolute beginners. The topics to be covered are:

  • Modeling operations
  • Polygon normals
  • Types of polygonal faces (N-gons, Quads, tris)
  • Smoothing operation
Registration Information

Eligibility

Cost

  • Free

Enrollment

  • Limited to the available slots for each course.
  • Priority will be granted in order of eligibility listed above.
  • You will receive email confirmation immediately upon registering.

Attendance Policy

  • You will receive email directions to the instruction room one business day before the course.
  • All computers, software, and training materials will be provided. You do not need to bring anything with you.
  • It is your responsibility to notify the instructor if you will no longer be able to attend.
  • If you miss a course without notifying staff on the day of the course, your registration for all future courses will be canceled.
Date/Time
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Location
Zoom. Zoom meeting ID and password will be emailed to you a day before the workshop if you sign up.
Registration Form
Some short courses are offered multiple times each semester, please enter the course date/time you wish to register.
Rice Affiliation
* Denotes that Friends of Fondren Library membership is required for classes offered by the GIS/Data Center and Digital Media Commons. Government Information classes do not require a membership.