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ITT: post your physical CGI/Art/Animation book collection. I'll start.

If you haven't got any physical books, screenshot of ebooks are welcome.
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This is it.
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>>673447
I think paper books about CGI are a thing of the past now. Even ebooks seem to vanish, AFAIK there is no Mastering Maya 2019 book and so forth anymore
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I sold my old 3D books many years ago, so I had to dig deep to find one of the pictures.

This was only the Lightwave stuff, including VHS and DVD courses. I sold old stuff for Softimage, 3D Studio and Maya in comparable quantities.
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>>673513
That's impressive anon
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>>673447
>so many animation books
Impressive collection, I am wishing I had any of those books, animation is giving me a hard time.
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Bump
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>>673447
Left all my books and magazines at parents house sorry, I feel like 3d is a little too specific to have general books and magazines on it anyway, and no one is going to buy a book on a highly specific problem they will just google it.



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