[Bf-education] Very simple text based tutorials
silverjb12 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 23:36:13 CET 2016
I have just picked up on your request for basic written instruction for
Blender. My book, "The Complete Guide to Blender Graphics" provides such
instruction but if this is too advanced I have a new book, "Test Drive
Blender" soon to be released. This book is designed as an introduction
which is intended to create interest in the program for younger students.
Cheers, John M Blain
On 12 November 2016 at 08:08, Blender Training <contact at blendertraining.com>
> Hi Pete,
> Thanks for this the link - I had a look and have passed onto my student. If
> I get any feedback from him would you like me to send it through to you or
> someone else involved in B3D101?
> Hi Mettaviharai,
> Thanks for the link - but these are video and my student needs basic
> - andrew
> > Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2016 06:13:22 +1100
> > From: "Blender Training" <contact at blendertraining.com>
> > Subject: [Bf-education] FW: Very simple tutorials
> > Hi,
> > I have a student who needs very detailed written instructions to learn
> > to move the default cube he would need to see: "Select cube. Press G,
> > X, 2, Enter."
> > Has anyone come across some resources with this level of detailed
> > instruction for building basic models of any kind?
> > Thanks.
> > - andrew
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