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Blender 3D Basics Beginner's Guide Second Edition by Gordon Fisher

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Time for action – making the second sample

The second suggestion for a name is the Faceboat out of Monte Carlo. This time, you will use the Text Editor to help you input the text:

  1. Create a New Blender file.
  2. Look at the window below the 3D View. This is the Timeline window. In the lower-left corner of the Timeline window, click the LMB on the Editor Type menu. Select Text Editor, as shown in the left side of the next graphic.
  3. In the Text Editor header, select Text, and then choose Create Text Block from the pop-up menu, as shown here on the right.
    Time for action – making the second sample
  4. In the Text Editor, type in Faceboat, a carriage return, and monte carlo.
  5. In the 3D View, press the NumPad ...

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