Join Patrick W. Crawford for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Blender: Python Scripting.
- [Lecturer] And so we conclude this scripting…in Blender course.…I want to extend a big thank you for watching the course…and learning how to improve your Blender experience…with a dash of scripting.…If you're looking to dive deeper,…definitely make use of the API,…available from the splash screen on Blender.…Here you can look at all the documentation related…to this Blender version.…Additionally, make use of the Blender communities,…such as the Blender artists forum.…Here there is a specific subforum dedicated…to coding in Blender.…Specifically under the Python support…and beginning Blender code and development sections.…
You can also get additional help…from the Blender Wiki page, specifically where you can find…the different lists of the IRC channels…for live chat help.…Additionally, if you ever find that you've created…a really solid script or an add-on that you think…would help a lot of different people,…you could even consider selling it…on locations such as the Blender Market.…Here there are a wide variety of different scripts…
AuthorPatrick W. Crawford
- Controlling Blender with code
- Exploring the bpy library
- Creating Blender operators and properties
- Writing scripts
- Auto running scripts
- Drawing interface elements such as panels and menus
- Building a custom add-on
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Controlling Blender through Code
2. Create Blender Scripts
3. Customize Blender Interfaces
4. Build Your Own Add-On
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