Blender 2.9: The beginner’s guide
The release of Blender 2.8 back in 2019 was a huge milestone for the software and provided us a revamped user interface and some incredible new tools. One example was Eevee that introduced real-time rendering straight to our Viewport. In a couple of days, we will see another leap in Blender development with the upcoming version 2.90.
Do you want to start using Blender and stay up to date with the latest features and tools? We are proud to announce a new book from Blender 3D Architect, which is the Blender 2.9: The beginner’s guide.
As the name implies, it is a title that has a focus on artists that never used Blender before and are willing to start using it in their workflows. The book has a practical approach and considers the reader as someone with no prior experience with Blender.
Here is a summary of what the book covers:
- User interface
- 3D navigation
- Modeling and editing
- Modeling tools and options
- Interactive shading options
- Materials and textures
- Use PBR materials with Cycles and Eevee
- Working with the camera
- Rendering with Eevee and Cycles
- Making and exporting still images
- Animation and interpolation
- Animation constraints
- Use the follow path for animation
- Animation tools and rendering
- Rendering animations as videos