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iamthwee says

^^You’ve got quite some way before you get to that level.

The crazy thing as well, is that movie was made using just blender internal and the node compositor – pretty convincing IMO , but now with cycles render an even more convincing, unbiased render is now possible. Just need the computing power to push it out.

Like I said before if you need any help just give me a shout.

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webdesignerart says

^^You’ve got quite some way before you get to that level.

The crazy thing as well, is that movie was made using just blender internal and the node compositor – pretty convincing IMO , but now with cycles render an even more convincing, unbiased render is now possible. Just need the computing power to push it out.

Like I said before if you need any help just give me a shout.

Can i add you in any of Messenger that i can get help with chat :) give me your gtalk,skype or fb id please.

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iamthwee says

Sorry pal, don’t have any of those.

I would recommend starting off with just blitzing youtube videos. Then pick an object and try to model it.

There is also a forum for blender so if you ever have any issues just head over there and you’ll get your questions answered. However, if you wanted you could still post questions here and I would try to answer them if i see them.

Good luck

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iamthwee says

Sorry pal, don’t have any of those.

I would recommend starting off with just blitzing youtube videos. Then pick an object and try to model it.

There is also a forum for blender so if you ever have any issues just head over there and you’ll get your questions answered. However, if you wanted you could still post questions here and I would try to answer them if i see them.

Good luck

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webdesignerart says

Hi Guys, i found so many blender tutorials to learn but i want to learn A to Z one by one not B first and A after the sequence of learning is important.

I found this site: http://odedge.com/blender-tutorials/

Seems it is what i want but if know best from this above link can you please share me the best tutorial site with complete A to Z sequence learning.

CGCOOKIE is nice but not completely free.

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wickedpixel says

Tutorials about … 1. interface 2. modeling 3. rendering & animation. No big deal…
There are enough free resources to make you skilled in this if you really like it. Also, don’t think that all you need is to see how that stuff works… you really need to put a LOT of work into it.

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iamthwee says

Yep you’re right…

You must learn the right way to do things.

So you have to pretend other things don’t exist in blender otherwise you can get carried away… And worse (learn bad habits).

The other thing you have to be aware of is learning the most up-to-date stuff. Blender has lots of OLD tuts on the web. The interface is no longer relevant.

Also with additions like bmesh, you want to learn the latest way to model.

I recommend learning the interface first, then trying to create a simple object.

Forget cycles and just go with blender internal.

It will take a long time though, at first glance the interface is daunting… There are so many buttons to choose and hot keys to know. That’s why I said it is likely to take you a few months.

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webdesignerart says

You means guys,

1) Interface 2) Modelling 3) Animation 4) Render

These are the proper sequence to learn blender?

Yeah @iamthwee “I said it is likely to take you a few months.” I agree, I see their is so many option in blender that not easily remember in just 1 tutorial Video :P

Ok 1 more thing.

For instance: First day i see the basic interface learning tutorial after that i practice what i learned.

Second day i see the basic modelling tutorial and after that i practice what i learned.

so these above 4 points will complete in 4 days.

But i know after 4 days i just got 2% of blender overall.

So its best when i learn from my first day tutorial. Then what are the exercises to complete in order to certify that i completely learned the first tutorial.

Thank you guys for your continues help.

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doru says

1) Interface 2) Modelling 3) Animation 4) Render These are the proper sequence to learn blender?

try, A) learn to import some object B ) move them around, study them C) render them

then you can start to learn modeling and or animation

problem is that you are in front of a very complex world. like you can’t imagine.

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web_gab says
You will probably want to start here:
http://www.digitaltutors.com/11/index.php
and / or here:
http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/
And make sure you’re gonna be an active member here:
http://www.cgsociety.org/
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