Yep, I started using it recently. There are literally a ton of tutorials on YouTube and on the Blender site itself. I found most of these are geared towards 3D artists or people interested in architecture etc. But if you focus on those to do with sculpting and general introductory tutorials, I have found that generally sufficient for modelling purposes. The main challenge is remembering all the keyboard shortcuts. BlenderGuru on YouTube has a beginners series and if you sign up to his website, he has a shortcuts ready reference you can download. I personally use a workflow of using Fusion360 for general purpose modelling and then exporting bodies as obj files to import into Blender for detail/ surface modelling and finishing, then re-exporting to meshmixer for cleanup.