A Quick Look at 3D View Windows in Blender 2.6


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Understanding 3D view windows

Now let's take a look at the basics of the 3D View window. Now, this is the window that you're going to be using the most in Blender. Now, the 3D View window is really this area of the screen. You can see here at the bottom-right corner we have this icon here, it says 3D View, and then that goes all the way diagonally up to this corner here. 3D View window is our 3D Viewport, it's where we can rotate, we can zoom, and so on. But let's take a look at what surrounds this before we get into actual navigation.

So if you notice here we've got a panel that's on the left side of this window, this is called the Object Tools Panel. Now, this allows us to Translate, Rotate, Scale objects, as well as do some additional tools. Now, this window will change a little bit depending upon what object you have selected. So if we go over here to the Outliner, and I select the Chair, you'll see that we have one set of tools; if I select the Camera, you'll see that these tools ...

Understanding 3D view windows
Video duration: 5m 23s 7h 47m Beginner Updated Aug 13, 2014

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Understanding 3D view windows provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by George Maestri as part of the Blender Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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Blender
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