View Full Version : Good 'absolute' beginner tutorials...for blender?
03 March 2004, 02:31 AM
I can't find anything good.
I need something to tell me EVERYTHING about the basics.
I searched google All over.
I need a good jumpstart into the world of CGing.
03 March 2004, 03:43 AM
Well, thumb through the forum at www.elysiun.com they've got some links to blender tutorials. The Blender Foundation just finished the new Blender 2.32 manual that is now shipping. It's probably going to be your best bet with starting blender. Check out www.blender3d.com and go to the eshop. It's worth the money since I know it's hard diving into Blender...I know the interface has gone through some changes but it's still scary for newbies. :)
If that doesn't help then I'd suggest downloading the Maya PLE www.alias.com and buy a good book on Maya. You can find them at pretty much any book store. Maya Saavy is what I usually suggest.
03 March 2004, 05:23 AM
This tutorial this one very well to begin
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