Workspaces are essentially predefined window layouts. Each Workspace consists of a set of Areas containing Editors, and is geared towards a specific task such as modeling, animating, or scripting. You’ll typically switch between multiple Workspaces while working on a project.


Os workspace estão localizados na barra superior.



Click on the tabs to switch between the workspaces. You can also use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl-PageUp and Ctrl-PageDown. Double-click a tab to rename the workspace.

Adicionar +

Clique no botão Add para adicionar um novo espaço de trabalho.

Context menu RMB

O menu de contexto contém opções para duplicar, excluir e reordenar o workspace.

Workspaces padrão

Blender’s default startup shows the «Layout» workspace in the main area. This workspace is a general workspace to preview your scene and contains the following Editors:


Blender’s “Layout” Workspace with four editors.

3D Viewport (yellow), Outliner (green), Properties (blue) and Timeline (red).

O Blender também tem vários outros workspaces adicionados por padrão:


Para modificação da geometria através de ferramentas de modelagem.


Para modificação de malhas (meshes) através de ferramentas de escultura.

UV Editing:

For mapping of image texture coordinates to 3D surfaces.

Texture Paint:

For coloring image textures in the 3D Viewport.


For specifying material properties for rendering.


For making properties of objects dependent on time.


Para visualização e análise de resultados de renderização.


For combining and post-processing of images and rendering information.

Geometry Nodes:

For procedural modeling using Geometry Nodes.


For interacting with Blender’s Python API and writing scripts.

Additional Workspaces

O Blender tem alguns Workspaces adicionais para serem escolhidos ao se adicionar um novo workspace:

2D Animation

2D Animation:

Espaço de trabalho geral para trabalhar com lápis de graxa.

2D Full Canvas:

Similar à «Animação 2D», mas contém uma tela maior.



For creating 2D masks for compositing or video editing.

Rastreamento de movimentos:

For calculating camera motion and stabilizing video footage.

Video Editing

Video Editing:

For sequencing together media into one video.

Save and Override

The workspaces are saved in the blend-file. When you open a file, enabling Load UI in the File Browser indicates that Blender should use the file’s screen layout rather than the current one.

A custom set of workspaces can be saved as a part of the Defaults.

Workspace Settings





Active Tool and Workspace Settings ‣ Workspace


Switch to this Mode when activating the workspace.

Filter Add-ons

Determines which Add-ons are enabled in the active workspace. When unchecked, the global add-ons will be used. When checked, you can enable individual add-ons in the list below.