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Where do you guys learn your stuff? Im just starting to learn but I find watching free tutorials isn't getting me anywhere. Are sites like lynda.com worth the money for lessons?
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>>558543
Why isn't it working for you?

Because the quality of the tutorials is poor, or because you feel like you're "painting by numbers" without understanding what you're doing?

If it's quality, then try some stuff off cgpersia or cgpeers before you buy anything

If "paint by numbers", that's a natural feeling, you're learning you just don't feel it because you haven't learned enough to go from start to finish on your own.
As you keep doing more tutorials and projects, you'll find you're accumulating skills and knowledge, and you can test this by going back to an old tutorial and trying to improvise over it (which, if you've tried now, has likely resulted in minimal success)
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Todays the first of the month.




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