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How long much practice does it take to become THIS shitty at Blender?
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>>539246
a few weeks. maybe a week if you can get past the keyboard shortcut learning curve
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>>539249
What tutorial series should I watch, or what aspects should I research to get on this one-week(s) fast track?
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>>539246
>How long much practice does it take to become THIS shitty at language the like english?
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>>539298
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLda3VoSoc_TR7X7wfblBGiRz-bvhKpGkS
Also, read the sticky.
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Here's the basic controls:


Left mouse: Places the 3D cursor, and drags the movement arrows of whatever you have selected.
These arrows for translating objects can be exchanged for rotation and scaling, using buttons at the bottom of the 3D view.

Right mouse: Selects and deselects.

Middle mouse: Rotates view

A: Deselects everything if anything is selected, selects everything if nothing is selected.

Shift-A: Brings up a menu for creating an object at the 3D cursor.

X/Delete: Deletes the selection.

Tab: Toggles the 3D view between object mode and edit mode.
Object mode allows you to adjust the scene as a whole.
Edit mode allows you to edit the vertices of an individual object.
There are other modes too, which can be found with a pop out list at the bottom of the 3D view.

Spacebar: Brings up a search for all the functions you can use in the 3D view.
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>>539249
there is no way you can get this "good" within a week, if you have no prior knowledge of blender.
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>>540338
>>>539249
>there is no way you can get this "good" within a week, if you have no prior knowledge of blender.
You can get this good in one day if you soend the entire day learning.
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>>540373
one day of blender looks more like this
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>>539246
>>539298
i started with blender 1 day ago following this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYj6e-72RDs

and i could make that scene, if you follow his 9 videos you immediatly realise how to do this stupid gras on the background image and how to paint on objects, so you could make this in 1 day.
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>>539246
Well you gotta be Maddox, for one.



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