I have no clue how to do any intricate things. (like adding a texture or animating.) I want to spin a more or less rectangular object 90 degrees, twice.

  • $\begingroup$ You could add the keyframe (I when the object is selected) at the beginning and end of the animation (same rotation) then in the middle rotate it 90* and add another keyframe. The Timeline window is recommended to make this easier. Is that what you want? $\endgroup$ – VRM Feb 28 '15 at 15:36

You need to use basic keyframing.

Got to the start of your animation, it I>Rotation move ahead in your timeline, rotate it by 90o and I>Rotation. Move the the next location of the spin animation, and repeat the above steps.

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