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In this video series, we take you through the basics of a typical video editing application: Blender. We have been working in Blender for over a decade now, and at the start of this series I am going to be showing you how you can edit with several effects and even create your own effects in Blender. I will be using both the Freehand and Tilt Brush to show the tools on the Mac, however this article will be written for a Windows user. Hopefully my knowledge of Blender’s tools will help you become more aware of what is available from the application.
First I am going to show you how you can quickly get to the top toolbar by pressing the down arrow and then the up arrow. Press either up or down on your keyboard to bring up the menu and select the effects tool. I want to focus on the effect I have made: the Blender brush. You will be able to make almost any shape in Blender using a small brush. This is one you will likely want to learn how to use.
This is the tool that will make this brush: I like to call mine a “Hex brush” as it is the only tool I would describe as a “Hex brush.” This is a brush you can paint with with the left/right mouse button. You can also paint without a mouse button by using the middle mouse button.
As you can see, there is a little bit of text on the screen on a single side. This is the title bar, it shows you what your current object is called and the current cursor position. It will read out the name of the object, a simple name like Blender or Blender2 for example and also if it’s the first time you are editing from this object it adds this:
If it is not the first time, you have two options: If you are using multiple objects, press the space bar and the right/left mouse button respectively while you select an object using the right/left mouse button to bring up a drop down menu. Now select the object you have been editing from the menu and hit enter. This will copy your current
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