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Three ways to have fun with Blender
What if you could release and enhance your kids’ creativity in an easy way?
What if you could have fun doing it?
What is this magic tool?
I am talking about Blender, the famous 3D modeling software. I’ve used it for many years now and I love it. My son loves it too.
Why is it so? I think this software can adapt itself to almost any kind of person, young or old, rookie or power user of 3D modeling tools.
I give you three very simple examples:
You have a child who is beginning to play with the computer and is able to move the mouse, choose the button he wants to click on.
What could he do? He could add many different 3D shapes on the screen, move them or rotate them. He could change the size or make it longer or shorter. He could deform the object easily or create many copies of the same object easily.
Now, your child has grown up a little bit more. He could start to model simple shapes inspired from his imagination or from the objects he sees around him. He could then prepare them to be 3D printed in order to share his creation with his friends.
Then, your child has grown up a little bit more (or has more experience in 3D modeling). He could model really precise shapes to create toys that will be unique, he could create gifts in 3D to offer to the people he cares about, he could create objects to support a presentation he has to do at school (printed, 3D printed or just shown in 3D on a screen in the classroom).
These are just some examples but the possibilities are endless. It’s up to you and your children to enjoy your family creativity with a simple to use but powerful 3D modeling software.
One more great news is the price of this software: it’s completely free to download (blender.org) and free to use as much as you want.
Now, it’s your turn. Download it, install it and have lots of fun!
Feel free to ask me anything you are thinking about Blender, 3D modeling and 3D printing. I will enjoy helping you as much as I can.
Have a great day!