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An introduction to Blender 2.54+, a free e-book written by John M. Blain, over 300 pages. Covers interface, navigation, creating/editing objects, materials, textures, world settings, lighting, camera, rendering, raytracing, basics of animation, 3d text, nurbsand metashapes, modifiers, particle systems, child-parent relationship, constraints, armatures, relative shapes keys, nodes, game engine, and video sequence editor. You can support the author by buying his book The Complete Guide to Blender Graphics: Computer Modeling and Animation.

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An introduction to Blender 2.54+ by John M. Blain
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benvlodgi
benvlodgi

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feillyne Author
feillyne

It seems like Gamefront and ModDB servers are a bit overloaded because of the Black Mesa mod release.

You can download it here:
Wiki.blender.org
Bit.ly <- direct link

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booman
booman

Wow 300 pages... this should be a good read! Thanks feillyne

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feillyne Author
feillyne

You're welcome. Found it when searching for a very concise animation + shape keys tutorial.

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