Kudos and Thanks for Glen
Really great video for a 3D Beginner.. Worth seeing it...
Wow. A great general background to Blender.
So much to take in but a great wealth of information.
As an adult learner and having been thrown in to the deep end to learn and teach animation and modelling, this is so well explained - thanks for that!
It feels like you are going to be my blender teacher! ;)
I just tripped over your first presentation
in the Blender series (after encountering
several talks about Python and PyGame that
were, ummm, amateurish).
I liked your introduction to 3D concepts
very much. The text is easy to understand
(although English is not my mother tongue),
and the example pictures whet my appetite
Thanks & best regards,
I'm new to 3d modelling, so the video is very useful.
Very fine tutorial. I learnt a lot. Your delivery needs a little polishing (indicating clearly that you are going to do something before you do it) but overall excellent tutorial. You have the gift of teaching!
very good,I always say if you understand it well you can explain it well.
Thanks for your work. It has been very helpful. I have put off learning the Blender UI until 2.5 was stabilized, but these are still very informative. I am a traditional painter experimenting with this digital thing. I think it may just go somewhere.
Very good tutorial. Concise and clear.
I am cracking a pint in appreciation as soon as I finish typing this.
I have been holding off getting too familiar with the 2.49 interface, but now that the 2.53 is out, I'm ready to dive into this program and explore its potential. Big tip of the hat and a Texas "Howdy!" to everyone who contributes to this community.
The best is yet to come.
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