[Bf-education] First Tutorial Inspiration Source

Rui Campos rcampos at fusemail.com
Wed Mar 30 22:43:44 CEST 2005

Hi Josh,

I know the book you are talking about. I have it.
One thing I must say, it should be a bit more extensive that The Art of
Maya. The Art of Maya is pretty good, but I find it too basic, it should
provide a bit more than that.

But I get your "picture" and it should be something of this sort.
Once you get something, post it up.


	Rui Campos

On Wed, 2005-03-30 at 14:02 -0600, jseaver at smm.org wrote:
> I just recalled an introductory PDF that talked more about general CG and 3D that came along with the personal learning edition of Maya. For those of you who haven't seen it, I've put it up on my website for download at:
> www.joshuasever.com/3D/ArtofMaya.pdf
> It tries to achieve many of the same goals as we've outlined in our Blender Basics tutorial.
> I'm going to reread it and then begin the working on a draft script for an introduction to Blender. Any feedback on what you like or don't like about the approach taken in the art of Maya would be welcome.
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