Wheres the best place to find CGI related ebooks? I can't find jack shit on CGp / GFXp or any of the other sites I usually use.Also ebook request thread:- Maya 6 Killer Tipsby Eric Hanson, Kenneth Ibrahim, Alex Nijmeh
>>701978Cgpeers, a torrent site for vfx/arty folk.
>>701978by the times books come out, they're already outdated. you're honestly not going to find any gems or diamond information in them either. youtube tutorials and paid ones are better
>>701978the other day i was looking hard for the full gif of this but couldnt find it. What kind of sad stage of the internet are we in where we cant find a gore gif that is famous as fuck on google or bing?
>>703342He's right tho, unless OP wants to learn fundamentals. But even then, there's tutorials on that made for the modern software too...
Does anyone have the Pushing Points topology workbook by William Vaughan? Would be much appreciated. Can't remember my gd cgpeers pass and their pass retrieval link isnt working.
>>706289Good looking out, thank you anon
>>706289yes thank you kind anon.
>>701978>>703342read official documentation If you don't like watching videos