Bas on Tech

Learn to design your own 3D models

with 8 Blender video tutorials

My name is Bas van Dijk. With these video tutorials, I'll take you into the world of 3D modelling in Blender. You start with a simple house and continue to build make your own animations and much more.

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Blender software

Blender is a free 3D modelling tool. Beside modelling you can make your 3D or 2D animation, VFX like camera and motion tracking, video editing, sculpting and more. On the official Blender website you'll find more information about all the Blender features.

Blender is available for Windows, Linux and MacOS. You can download Blender from the Blender website. After installation you're good to go for the first tutorial!

Blender beginner tutorials

Bas van Dijk

About Bas on Tech

My name is Bas van Dijk, entrepreneur, freelance frontend developer and maker. With Bas on Tech I share video tutorials on a wide variety of tech subjects i.e. Arduino, Blender, Fusion 360 and 3D printing.

In 2003 I discovered Blender, a Dutch made open source 3D modelling tool. The interface was quite complex and difficult to understand. After lots of trial and error I was able to model my own "software box".

2005 became the year where I wrote my own Blender ebook: BlenderCourse. BlenderCourse was a 100 pages free PDF ebook, which allowed everyone to lear working with Blender. This book was written for Blender 2.37

Nowadays Blender looks completely different, which made the ebook obsolete. I took this as a change to create a new video serie about Blender.

With Bas on Tech I want to share my knowledge so others can experience this happiness as well. I've chosen to make short, yet powerful YouTube videos with a the same structure and one subject per video. Each video is accompanied by the Blender files.