Blender 2.9 The beginner’s guide Brito, Allan: Libros

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20 reviews for Blender 2.9 The beginner’s guide Brito, Allan: Libros

  1. Jesse Snyder

    This book teaches you a really solid foundation. It goes over the most common tools and workflows in a nice succinct way. It’s so much easier than following a video in my opinion. I’m glad I bought this book.

  2. Jesse Snyder

    This book teaches you a really solid foundation. It goes over the most common tools and workflows in a nice succinct way. It’s so much easier than following a video in my opinion. I’m glad I bought this book.

  3. Ragdoll Radio

    This is a very good book for familiarising yourself with Blender’s basic functions. It is clearly written, go back and reread the instructions again if you get stuck. Blender use requires a thorough understanding of its most basic processes. Once you master these workflows etc. you can release your creativity. I highly recommend this book for all those starting out. It’s what you’re looking for. Put those annoying frustrations aside with this gentle guide into the amazing world of CGI. This book will give you the skills and confidence you’ll need to go deeper later on.

  4. Ragdoll Radio

    This is a very good book for familiarising yourself with Blender’s basic functions. It is clearly written, go back and reread the instructions again if you get stuck. Blender use requires a thorough understanding of its most basic processes. Once you master these workflows etc. you can release your creativity. I highly recommend this book for all those starting out. It’s what you’re looking for. Put those annoying frustrations aside with this gentle guide into the amazing world of CGI. This book will give you the skills and confidence you’ll need to go deeper later on.

  5. Jane Meneses Medina

    Apesar de só ter lido alguns capítulos, foi o suficiente para perceber que o autor entrega o que promete. Recomendo para quem, como eu, é principiante.

  6. Jane Meneses Medina

    Apesar de só ter lido alguns capítulos, foi o suficiente para perceber que o autor entrega o que promete. Recomendo para quem, como eu, é principiante.

  7. Amazon Customer

    海外のレヴューでペーパーバックでは画像が白黒で目次も無いので良くない、等の記述がありますがKindle本をPCのアプリで開けるとちゃんと目次があり画像もカラーです。また本編で使われるサンプルもダウンロードできて、実際動かしながらの演習はとても分かりやすいです。出来れば2台のモニターを用意して片方にこの本を開け、他方でblenderを起動しながら作業できると快適です。

  8. Amazon Customer

    海外のレヴューでペーパーバックでは画像が白黒で目次も無いので良くない、等の記述がありますがKindle本をPCのアプリで開けるとちゃんと目次があり画像もカラーです。また本編で使われるサンプルもダウンロードできて、実際動かしながらの演習はとても分かりやすいです。出来れば2台のモニターを用意して片方にこの本を開け、他方でblenderを起動しながら作業できると快適です。

  9. J. R. Cardona

    Very good book for Blender, written by an expert. He makes everything become easy, and the book techs all in a very simple way.

  10. J. R. Cardona

    Very good book for Blender, written by an expert. He makes everything become easy, and the book techs all in a very simple way.

  11. Jan

    Das Buch gefällt mir.

  12. Jan

    Das Buch gefällt mir.

  13. William Reid

    like it.

  14. William Reid

    like it.

  15. Birck

    I am still learning Blender from rock-bottom up, I now own 5-6 books on various versions of the app, and that can be a real problem with Blender. If the app were a corporate product from, say, Adobe, there would be some clear choices when shopping for beginners’ user guides, some of them published by Adobe. Not so with Blender. For whatever reason, every time a new version of Blender is released, the techs behind it make some changes in tool functions that they do not bother to document. For someone familiar with the app, that may be a simple riddle to figure out, but for a rank beginner, it can stop one in one’s tracks. So if you try to use a manual for Blender 2.7 to learn Blender 2.83, you will regret it. Same for learning version 2.9 with a manual for 2.83. I have theories about why that is the case, but the fact is that in order to learn Blender 2.9 you must have a user guide/manual for 2.9. This book, by Allan Brito, is the first one I’ve seen so far, and it is working for me. One reason it is working well is that I have both the hard copy and the Kindle version. I highly recommend the Kindle version. The quality of the illustrations in the paperback version of Blender 2.9 is godawful. The illustrations depend to some extent on color, e.g., to show the orange outline of a selected shape, and in the black-and-white book they are difficult-to-impossible to figure out, even with a magnifying glass. In the Kindle version, the same illustrations are bright, full-color, and can be enlarged onscreen to show details. And the illustrations are worthwhile. The text is clear and straightforward. It was written to accompany the Beta version of Blender 2.9, but the publisher managed to bring it out while 2.9 is still the reigning champ. Anyone who has watched video tutorials on Blender has noticed that the presenters are an international group, with a varying command of understandable English. Mr. Brito is no exception, but he has been a Blender expert for quite a while, and his text is, for the most part, readable and clear.

  16. Birck

    I am still learning Blender from rock-bottom up, I now own 5-6 books on various versions of the app, and that can be a real problem with Blender. If the app were a corporate product from, say, Adobe, there would be some clear choices when shopping for beginners’ user guides, some of them published by Adobe. Not so with Blender. For whatever reason, every time a new version of Blender is released, the techs behind it make some changes in tool functions that they do not bother to document. For someone familiar with the app, that may be a simple riddle to figure out, but for a rank beginner, it can stop one in one’s tracks. So if you try to use a manual for Blender 2.7 to learn Blender 2.83, you will regret it. Same for learning version 2.9 with a manual for 2.83. I have theories about why that is the case, but the fact is that in order to learn Blender 2.9 you must have a user guide/manual for 2.9. This book, by Allan Brito, is the first one I’ve seen so far, and it is working for me. One reason it is working well is that I have both the hard copy and the Kindle version. I highly recommend the Kindle version. The quality of the illustrations in the paperback version of Blender 2.9 is godawful. The illustrations depend to some extent on color, e.g., to show the orange outline of a selected shape, and in the black-and-white book they are difficult-to-impossible to figure out, even with a magnifying glass. In the Kindle version, the same illustrations are bright, full-color, and can be enlarged onscreen to show details. And the illustrations are worthwhile. The text is clear and straightforward. It was written to accompany the Beta version of Blender 2.9, but the publisher managed to bring it out while 2.9 is still the reigning champ. Anyone who has watched video tutorials on Blender has noticed that the presenters are an international group, with a varying command of understandable English. Mr. Brito is no exception, but he has been a Blender expert for quite a while, and his text is, for the most part, readable and clear.

  17. Amazon Customer

    Blender is a giant but this book is a tremendous help to read first so you don’t get discouraged.

  18. DuAneMarcel B

    I like everything about this Product. I have NO COMPLAINTS. I use this product to book read to learn Blender program. Thanks Amazon.

  19. Amazon Customer

    Blender is a giant but this book is a tremendous help to read first so you don’t get discouraged.

  20. DuAneMarcel B

    I like everything about this Product. I have NO COMPLAINTS. I use this product to book read to learn Blender program. Thanks Amazon.

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