Online Manual

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.


Here we offer a large collection of free tutorials to get started with Blender and to explore the more advanced Blender features.

Check out free tutorials here 

Blender Institute also provides extensive training materials in the e-Store (books, dvds) and on the Blender Cloud.

Professional Support

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

Community Support

The Blender community offers a wealth of excellent websites with support forums.

Demo Files & FAQ

Visit the demo gallery!

Download the 2.60 “regression suite“, a collection of 70+ .blend files showing Blender features and the 2.57 Bullet Physics tests.

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.
Please read the instructions on the bug reporting page carefully and provide all the requested information.

We have plenty of ways how you can get involved with making Blender better. Contact Developers.