Blender Master Class: A Hands-On Guide to Modeling, Sculpting, Materials, and Rendering

Category: Graphics & Design
Author: Ben Simonds
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by slezyr   2018-11-10
Thank you. But I prefer learn from books.

Read "Blender 3D Basics"[1], this book is pure garbage. It's 70% of offtopic and author clearly doesn't have experience with blender and can only make some basic things. Author clearly have been paid for number of words and didn't even attempted to fill with useful information. Pure waste of time.

Then tried more advanced book "Blender Master Class"[2], it was actually easy to follow and understand until some point when it went from one pic of blocks to fully modeled temple. (Just make the rest of owl)

Next book I want to try is "Blender 3D Incredible Machines"[3] this time I made quick read of it. It looks like perfect place to learn blender.