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I suppose that would be my best bet.
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There is a forum called 3dbuzz.com and it is a community of people oho teach each other 3d related stuff. I myself am learning how to use Maya and their tutorials are very helpful. They also if you have any questions you can ask them about it. I highly suggest you sign up. Most of it is for free. But they do have a very good tutorial with about 40 hours of content but I think it is about 350 bucks USD. So it expensive. It’s called Mastering Maya the Fundamentals. They do have a little bit to get you started though in their download section but you have to sign up which is free. You can also get to their download section by going to their front page and clicking "video training". Here is another place that is part of their forum that will link you to other websites that have more free stuff.

But I encourage you to sing up with any questions. Also if you have any questions you can pm me.

P.S. if you look around the forums enough you may find more stuff you are interested in. You will probobly have to sign up to go most places.

Hope this helps.

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There is a forum called 3dbuzz.com and it is a community of people oho teach each other 3d related stuff. I myself am learning how to use Maya and their tutorials are very helpful. They also if you have any questions you can ask them about it. I highly suggest you sign up. Most of it is for free. But they do have a very good tutorial with about 40 hours of content but I think it is about 350 bucks USD. So it expensive. It’s called Mastering Maya the Fundamentals. They do have a little bit to get you started though in their download section but you have to sign up which is free. You can also get to their download section by going to their front page and clicking "video training". Here is another place that is part of their forum that will link you to other websites that have more free stuff.

But I encourage you to sing up with any questions. Also if you have any questions you can pm me.

P.S. if you look around the forums enough you may find more stuff you are interested in.

Hope this helps.

Geek386
Thats sweet i may have to use that sometime..However i wouldnt firk out around 300 dollars for it but thats just me lol..im 17 and dont have that sort of money plus i like things for free.
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I understand I'm 17 too in highschool with no money because I keep spending it on my computer. lol
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