thanks carlos, gracias, tío. Tiene una pinta bárbara, vaya curro.
tengo un buen nivel de inglés, podría ir traduciéndolo pero lo que no tengo es mucho tiempo. Te podría ir dando los textos si tú puedes montarlos con las imágenes en los pdf. Lo que no puedo asegurar es un ritmo de trabajo estable/constante. También me vendrían bien los textos originales en algún formato tipo txt, word o rtf.
Aquí tienes una muestra (más o menos libre) a ver si te gusta. La intro:
((english natives: corrections are welcome if you feel any sentence or word needs it. Thanks))))
The development pace of Free Software in general and Blender in particular is amazing. 3D art aficionados and pros enjoy fast delivery of new versions with surprising features and functionality. As a teacher, this forces me to update and rework my teaching materials each term.
The printed book (or pdf version) you are now browsing is actually a compilation of the tutorials from the course ‘Animation for Communication’ wich I teach at the Escuela Superior de Informatica of Castilla-La Mancha University in Spain, in 2005/2006. You might encounter references in the text to concepts that were explained in the theory lessons… but a simple search in Google or Wikipedia will fix that for you.
If the subtitle ‘Learn (Blender) in 24 hours’ seems unreal to you… your are right. You will not learn to use the tools that fast. I wrote that because 20 hours was the actual time devoted to practical lesson at the university course. This means the students were suposed to do some homework. The time you will need to complete these tutorials will depend on your skill, your previous experience, your ability to ‘see’ in 3D… at least it will be about 50/60 hours of practice. You can increase your knowledge with the official Blender manual and the vast number of tutorials available on Internet.
As in previous years, this book is free under Creative Commons 2.5 license. You can copy it wherever you want, upload it to your web site (I will be grateful if you create a mirror) give it away to your neighbour… provided you credit me as the author, do not make ‘derived’ books nor sell it. If you’re a teacher, I’d love you use it in your classroom and comment from your experiences.
Thats it. Cheers, and enjoy learning in the world of three dimensional image synthesis. If you want to post any comment, contact me at [email protected]