You will be reading a blender tutorial. Blender uses a “Font System ” to manage mapping “letter codes and objects representing them in 3D views. Text in blender allow you to create 2D and 3D text. Creating text on blender is really fun and interesting once you get the hang of it. It’s a little complicated at first but once you learn how to, it becomes a piece of cake. Let’s get started on this tutorial for blender.
4 steps on how to print 3D text on blender:
Step 1: Download a free copy of blender website. Make sure it fits your operating system, then open the zip package and take out the folder blender and save it to your desktop.
Step 2: Camera and object movement. When you open blender, you will see a cube in the middle of the User Perspective window. Use your scroll wheel to zoom in and out, change the camera by pushing and grasping the scroll wheel. To be able to move and object you have to choose it in the scene window
Step 3: Create a base or your text. Click on the create button and select plane. This will create a plane in your UPW. You will have to put the plane in the middle.
Step 4: Make your own text. Click on text to create tab and also center the text to zero.
More tutorials for blender you will find on Evermotion site.