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Blender Quick Start

Sixsmith & Co. is hosting a free Blender Quick Start workshop on Thursday, February 9th at 6:30pm. This goal of the workshop is to get you up and running with Blender quickly, and learn how to model 3d objects from scratch and well as import and export 3d models.

Blender is a free 3d modeling software that is fairly powerful to use, but has a daunting interface. Our goal is to break through the interface barrier by quickly creating models and defining a process where the focus is on the development of our model, not the menu system.

More information about Blender along with downloads are available here: http://www.blender.org/

Just show up at 6:30. Bring your laptop with blender loaded on it and we'll have some pizza and make some models.

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  • Jorge

    Meredith was very helpful and offered great insight from her personal experience with Blender. I certainly learned a lot about it and I feel ready to start making my own 3D models.

    February 10, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I had a great time hanging out with all of you.

    February 10, 2012

  • Kevin G. O.

    This is a very hard program to get started on. Meredith really broke it down and I came out of it actually knowing how to create something!

    February 10, 2012

  • Chris K.

    Excellent. Sometimes when you're learning something new you absolutely NEED that mentor, that guide to get you past "first principles" and Meredith surely did that. I still can't quite figure out bezier curves, but I have enough confidence in working with the basic tools that I know what I need to learn next. The venue was awesome, even though I drove by it twice - seeing the Six Smith facility was a nice introduction to the modern tools available to the prototyper. networking was also a plus - thanks to some folks I already have a dozen new ideas for my projects.

    February 10, 2012

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