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Is blender hard to learn?

I want to learn how to use blender, I’ve downloaded it and watched some tutorials but is it going to take a long time to learn how to use it?

 

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Just now, ISHAJDM said:

is it going to take a long time to learn how to use it?

that really depends on how good you are at using the software, it varies greatly from person to person.

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Just now, ISHAJDM said:

I want to learn how to use blender, I’ve downloaded it and watched some tutorials but is it going to take a long time to learn how to use it?

thx in advance 

Well it's not super easy, but it would depend on what you are making.

 

Simple shapes and such, one could learn how to do that in a couple hours.

Simple models, with some more details? Could take much longer

Are you also factoring in how to texture? That could be even more difficult.

 

But don't learn a software based on how difficult/easy it would be. It is great to learn a new skill and you can learn in whatever pace you want! (of course assuming you're not doing this for a job/school :P )

Be sure to pick the right tutorial course. Some free ones lack details.

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