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Do any of you guys have any particular recommendations when it comes to CG tutorials? Wrapped up a 3D course at uni which was quite underwhelming so I have been using various Youtube tutorials to help me along. I have started using Plural sight which isn't too bad but the pace is quite slow, but they do seem to have some quality tutorials. What resources have you guys used in the past that you found were good?
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>>504524
>Plurasight
You mean digital tutors ?
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Yeah. Digital Tutors recently changed their name to Plural Sight, don't really know the full details but that's what it's called now.
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>>504544
Forget the horrible Plurasight website, simply go to digitaltutors.com. If you are logged in your plurasight account,you have access to everything there.

Or else

>read the sticky



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