- File Size: 107019 KB
- Print Length: 226 pages
- Publication Date: June 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DMY6NJW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,684 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Blender Basics and Beyond: Modeling Sculpting and Animation Basics Kindle Edition
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The book is really accessible and easy to use. I have some background in programming and basic Android development, but very little knowledge of producing art on PCs apart form basic GIMP. This book was a great first step into Blender, a handy guide for starting into computer graphics, and I recommend it!
The book really is fun to read , easy to understand and goes step by step into building knowledge and skills.
I am a bit annoyed by the lack of formatting, empty spaces at the bottom of some pages all this tiny things that detract from professionalism , that's why I give a 4 star review.
All in all the book helped me , its content in contrast with its formatting… is well structured and the illustrations really help you in learning blender.
The formatting of the text is also a complete mystery at times. The pictures are tiny, unclear and hard to use as accurate reference.
I understand that English is not the author's 1st language, and I strongly encourage the effort made to publish this book.
The text deserves at least one proper proof reading, some editing or at minimum a spell check.
Publishing a Kindle version I believe would help with the images and the formatting concerns.
There are many competing books on Amazon and for $20 I expect not to get bombarded with typos.
This book managed to surprise me on three accounts. Firstly, the walk-throughs were detailed and usable for a complete beginner, as the author did not seem to take for granted that the reader knows at least some of the functions. Besides the details, they also had something that I've missed in most manuals - along with the instruction, the author explained shortly and without unnecessary technological jargon what the particular functions of the program do.
Secondly, the voice of the author - the narrator if you wish - was friendly,and well.. human. Reading the instructions felt in fact less like reading them and more like listening to someone sitting next to you and explaining what to do.
Thirdly, this book encourages the reader to take notes, and not only in the standard way of providing the special pages for notes. The one thing this book could definitely use is better proofreading. However, for someone like me who generally does not like writing notes in a book, as it "ruins" them, this turned out to be a good thing, as it did not feel like a semi-sacred text, but a workbook in the most literal sense. (By the way, there is ample space for notes just next to the instructions as well.)