Blender Basics: Classroom Tutorial Book
by James Chronister
Number of pages: 146
Blender is a 3D technology rendering/animation/game development open-sourced freeware program maintained by the Blender Foundation. This tutorial book is designed to get you up and running in the basics of creating objects and scenes and animating.
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