|Aug 19, 2010, 02:12 AM||#2|
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|Aug 20, 2010, 05:45 PM||#3|
^That's the more famous one, a wiki ebook of sorts. Just FYI, you might want to download the 2.5 beta instead of the stable version, the new gui is vastly more user friendly.
|Aug 29, 2010, 11:53 PM||#6|
I had a hard time finding blender books, so I switched to Maya. (Glad I did Blenders UI is a nightmare!) Sorry I don't mean to sound like I'm bashing blender, it was just hard to pick up with the little resources that were available online.
That being said, I would recommend maybe a Lynda.com subscription. I've always been a fan of their tutorials and prefer them to books. One month subscription is often cheaper then a book too. I know they have a blender course because I saw it recently and wished it was there when I was trying to learn blender.
Mac Pro (2010): 3.33Ghz Intel Xeon (6 core) - 24 GB RAM - NVidia Quadro k5000
Macbook Air (2010): 2.13 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo - 4GB RAM
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