Try to find a solution by looking it up online – most issues can be resolved this way!
Doing your own research will save everyone time, and help you learn faster!
Describe your goals in detail. Explain what you've already tried and what went wrong. Add reference images if needed. Try adding a link to file so helpers can investigate issues you wouldn't know to. If you link a video, provide a time stamp.
Summarize your problem in the title, but add additional details-- text, images, links-- in the post body or in comments. Don't just write "Help!"
If images can help explain your problem, use clear, uncropped screenshots, not phone photos.
When you have figured out the solution, please mention it in the comments if it is not already there. Then apply the "Solved" flair so others know that the problem is resolved!
Don't post finished art or tutorials. This includes vague requests like "What can I improve?" All posts must be focused on a specific problem you've encountered.
If you need to include someone else's art as a reference, add it as a link rather than an image in your top level post.
Feedback requests and tutorials should be posted to r/blender instead.
If you are sure you are doing everything correctly, but Blender is crashing, freezing, corrupting your files, etc – this is a bug. Make sure you are running the latest stable version - it might have the fix!
If the bug persists and you can reliably reproduce it, check out this guide for reporting bugs. By making a detailed report, you can help the Blender team identify and fix the bug! Posting your complaint on Reddit is unlikely to get help.
Please be respectful that everyone has a different level of Blender experience, and all Blender users are welcome to post here.
If the community is helping you, try helping others too! The best way is to browse the "New" posts for unanswered questions and see if you can help.
Do not make mean comments or give unsolicited harsh criticism. Use the least inflammatory language you can to express your point.
No ALL CAPS titles. No question spam.