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I'm looking for a free tutorial series that will be good for someone who already knows blender really well to get up to speed pretty fast.

Any ideas?
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"pretty fast" depending on how fast you pickup the tutorial
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>>531859
Don't go to free youtube tutorials all r horrible go to lynda udemy digital tutors or something like that and pick a basic course
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>>531879

Don't be retarded. There are amazing 3dsmax youtube tutorials.
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>>531859
http://docs.autodesk.com/3DSMAX/15/ENU/3ds-Max-Help/index.html?url=files/GUID-8677D7F6-B959-43E2-9E5D-78C3EA4F56FB.htm,topicNumber=d30e5351

if you know the basics of 3d modeling switching package to package should take about a week. what is your actual skill level, 'knows blender really well' doesn't really mean much.
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>go to download 3dsmax
>its 10gb

Explain yourselves autotards
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>>532001

It contains all the tutorials and assets needed to complete them.
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>>531859
Search for Arrimus 3D in youtube. It's hard to find good tutorials in youtube anyway.



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