Blender is a powerful software tool for creating 3D computer graphics and animation.
Blender is computer graphic animation software program that is open source and available free of charge through the GNU General Public License, meaning that the software itself cannot be bought or sold but the works created with it can. The software has been used by many artists to create 3D objects, CGI animated films, character models and more. Adjusting the view while animating in Blender is easy, with several ways of dragging the view provided by menu click, mouse action or keyboard shortcut.
1. Open a new document and create an object for viewing.
2. Click on the “View” menu at the bottom of the screen.
3. Select “View Navigation” and choose the appropriate movement. “Orbit” will rotate the view around the object in question in the direction chosen, while “pan” will move the view in a straight line in the direction chosen. “Zoom In” and “Zoom Out” will adjust the view’s distance from the object.
4. Open a new document and create an object for viewing.
5. Click the middle mouse button or press down on the mouse wheel, then drag the mouse in the direction you want to move. This will rotate around the object.
6. Hold down “Shift” while clicking the middle mouse button or pressing down on the mouse wheel. This will pan the view in the direction the mouse is moved.
7. Open a new document and create an object for viewing.
8. Press “2” on the number pad to rotate down, “4” on the number pad to rotate left, “8” on the number pad to rotate up and “6” on the number pad to rotate right.
9. Hold down “Shift” then press “2” on the number pad to pan down, “4” on the number pad to pan left, “8” on the number pad to pan up and “6” on the number pad to pan right.