Blender’s user manual is available online in several languages in wiki format, and is constantly updated by a worldwide collaboration of volunteers every day.
The Blender Institute provides extensive training materials in the e-Shop. There are also hundreds of tutorials available for free from various websites.
The Blender Network provides support and social networking for Blender professionals. This platform allows to reach for:
- Blender Foundation Certified Trainers
- Blender Developers
- Blender-based studios and services
The Blender community offers a wealth of excellent websites with support forums.
- Extensive listing of support and community website.
- IRC chat: irc.freenode.net, #blender and #blenderchat
Old website forums have been disabled.
Demo Files & FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions are available on many topics, such as Using Blender, the GNU GPL license and related to the Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms.
Report a Bug
Sometimes bugs happen, but worry no more! You have developers to cover your back, just report a bug and we’ll all enjoy a more stable Blender.
Don’t know how? Watch this small video tutorial or read on these tips.
We have plenty of ways how you can get involved with making Blender better. Contact Developers.