New to Vectary or looking for some tips and tricks? Get started with great articles for beginners and learn the 3D tool.
Knowledge Base Index
To help users get familiar with Vectary, we created an index of the knowledge base divided into few main groups. Find all you need in one place simply by clicking on the article you are interested in.
Vectary is an easy-to-use, online 3D tool where you can make awesome 3D designs. Customize templates or start your own project by assembling objects from a searchable library.
2. Before you get started with Vectary
If you’re looking for a fully featured 3D design tool that is free and runs in a regular browser, simply type www.vectary.com and you’re good to go!
3. How to start creating
There are three ways you can start a design: customizing templates, collaborating on existing projects or creating everything from scratch.
4. Looking around in 3D space
Open Vectary online 3D design tool and get familiar with the workspace and orientation on the scene.
5. Meet the Workspace
Hi! Meet the workspace. To speed up your design, read about the functions of Vectary 3D design tool.
There are a few intuitive principles on how to work with objects on your 3D scene. Vectary is known for the easiest UX / UI when it comes to assembling and editing of 3D assets and creating 3D models.
7. Transformations - move, rotate, scale
Read more about how to easily move, rotate and scale selected objects or groups.
9. Real-time rendering
You can work on your project while having rendering always turned on. Try the new real-time rendering in VECTARY.
Change the materials on imported assets or on your own mesh models by simply dragging the materials from the Library onto the object or group on the scene.
11. Lights basics
A good lighting of your scene is sometimes enough to make your design stand out.
Pick an Environment from Vectary’s library and see how it affects your final render. Give your design the right mood.
13. Create a new 3D object
Find out the few basics that will help you creating awesome 3D designs.
To speed up your design process even more, you can also use keyboard shortcuts.