We specialize in getting noobs caught up fast. So if you want to upgrade your skills quickly we highly recommend tackling our Beginner Series and then upgrading to our Intermediate Libraries to expand your skills.
Advanced Curriculum Coming Soon
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
NEW TO BLENDER?
Our Beginner Curriculum includes a 4-Step Series of courses. Each series compounds on the one that came before it. This allows you to get comfortable in the software, retain information, and practice as you learn.
We recommend this curriculum for all first-time Blender users.
Our material was built to be done in 4-weeks. But feel free to go at your own pace!
This is a crash course into Blender's Interface and basic 3D Print Design Theory. We'll set you up with our Blender for 3D Print Starter File and get you exposed to the Blender need to know.
In this Beginner 101 Series, you will learn the 3D Printing Workflow, Mesh Editing, 3D Printing Tool Box, & 8 Flexible Modifiers. You'll also design your first 3D printed product, a Cheesy Doorwedge!
In these lessons, you will learn the flexible design workflow. You will create a 3D printable Ring, Pottery Planter, and 3D Photos!
In these courses, you will learn more complex design techniques while making assembled cars, box animals, & slice large designs into multiple parts.
In these courses, you will learn the basics of sculpting for 3D print design and how to make a 3D printed product for your smartphone. You'll then take your designs into your EEVEE Studio to take pro photos of your 3D print designs.
INTRODUCING: INTERMEDIATE LIBRARIES
Our Intermediate Libraries break down each Blender Tool, Sculpt Brush, and Modifier specifically for 3D Printing. These are living collections - meaning they are updated as new Blender features come available.
Use this collection to learn how to use every tool in the Blender Toolbar specifically for 3D Printing.
Use this collection to get comfortable with all the sculpting brushes inside of Blender.
Use this collection to learn how to use every Modifier in Blender specifically for 3D Print Design. The more modifiers you know the fast you can go.