Blender3D -- How do I get it?

(GinSU-X) #1

Hello, I am new to modeling… infact, very new. I was looking for a good program. I find Blender to be quite impressive. From what I have seen the works of art that you people have made are very good. I would just like to know how do I get it? What download do I get? If it does, how much does it cost? Please respond to my questions


(hannibar) #2

The answer is very simple.

  1. Download blender by following the links on this site : and download blender v2.23
  2. You don’t have to pay anything.

(GinSU-X) #3

Thank you.

(CurtisS) #4

Rather than download 2.23, join the Blender Foundation and get version 2.25!! :slight_smile:

(GinSU-X) #5


(Dittohead) #6

You can learn about what’s goning on with blender and

(GinSU-X) #7 - What do I download. Sorry for the inconvinience. I am confused
Edit: Hmm I found a 2.23 named

Hope this is the correct file. Correct me if I am wrong. Thanks


(Vanje) #8

If you are running windows, yes, that would be the file.

(GinSU-X) #9

If you are running windows, yes, that would be the file.[/quote]

Hmmm… extracted, ran, lagged, exited… It must be my video card… only has 4mb RAM. I need to upgrade. It would barely even show my cursor.


(kj21) #10

Hello. Does anyone know where I can find a Mac OS9 version, or if one exists? I can only find OSX.

Thanks, kj21

(VelikM) #11

OS X it is. Suggest you upgrade.

(humphrey) #12

Also, if you want to run it on the mac you’ll need at least OS X version 10.1
It doesn’t work on 10.0 :frowning:
If you can’t afford OSX then you could try downloading a ppc linux. Try yellowdoglinux, It just like red hat except for the mac. Just make sure that you download the lastest version, cause I didn’t and blender wouldn’t work :frowning:

Good Luck