Due to lots of interest in the first edition (plus I needed it for myself) I’ve finished re-writing the Blender Basics Classroom Book to reflect the changes in version 2.41. Lots of new chapters, screen shots and corrections along with a new format. I’m going to be presenting at the national Tech Ed convention in Baltimore MD next month on Blender so that helped motivate me to get this done!
For those not familiar with the manual, I’ve organized the basics into a logical sequence to use in my classroom. Most chapters can be completed in an hour (2 at best) with exercises to complete. It is written in more of a discussion format rather than the old step#1-draw this, step#2-do that. The manual can be downloaded as one big file (20 megs-118 pages long), as 3 parts, or as individual chapters.
Link from my page: http://jbchron.home.att.net/
or directly to the district’s website:
Enjoy- hope it helps!