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Hi /3/, so I'm new to everything that is related to 3d modeling, sculpting, animating, etc.
I really want to learn but the thing is that I don't know where to start, I watched some tutorials about how to use blender but that is about it.
Could any of you tell me a good way to start learning 3D animation?
(Pic related, that is the best I can do sadly, I started 2 days ago)
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just click things
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blender? borncg
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>>505896
Thanks Man
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>>505876

Honestly, just google or youtube "simple blender model" and do some tuts. Then, model some stuff that interests you (lightsaber, sword, whatever), and before you know it you'll be well on your way.
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>>505876
As far as tutorials go, Lynda.com has tuts for pretty much everything. the first ten days are free and after that its like 25-35 dollars per month. i spent pretty much 10 days just watching tuts and trying to get as much info from them as possible and it worked pretty well
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>>506020
Been doing that recently, i'm going to start watching speedmodeling

>>506027
Thanks, i'm going to try it :)
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google or buy books or mags on the program your using. just think in a day maybe 2 you could make this



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