View Full Version : Can somebody recommend some good tutorials for Blender from beginner to advanced
10 October 2007, 06:53 AM
I am a self-taught computer technician and have been working on computers professionally since 13 years. I also have like 3/4 of a bachelors degree in computer science, but need to finish, and soon :P. Anyways thats not what I'm talking about. I want to gain the same level of proficiency with 3d modeling and illustration and most aspects of graphic arts. I have used many graphics programs such as Photoshop, 3d Studio Max, Lightwave 5, and plenty of others over the years. I don't have a concrete knowledge of any of them however. I want to teach myself how to do it all again, and I think a logical place to start would be to learn Blender, since it is an excellent program, is open source and very popular and influential, and the concepts will directly translate to many other programs of note. I would greatly appreciate links to any good Blender tutorials that I could use, and an indication of what order I should attempt them. I would also appreciate any tips or tricks, information I and anyone else using this thread could use, I am running Ubuntu 7.04 and am constantly promoting it and implementing it in new roles, most recently as a motel lobby internet station for guests which allows them to browse the internet and do anything they like on it but is completely secure from tampering or installing programs, viruses, spyware, or anything else for that matter without direct authorization. Anyways, thanks for any information you provide, if I really like it I'll probably link it with credit on my blog, lockedotnet (http://lockenet.blogspot.com). Long live CG!