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I'm using lynda.com. It is a bit pricey, but it gives you a lot of good tutorials with exercise files.
I've been involved in graphic design instruction and support and often recommend any of the Photoshop books from AGI. Some of the authors actually contributed to official Adobe and Microsoft instruction manuals; so they are definitely authorities in technology instruction.
You can use the basic tutorials on the Blender website. Also, check this first: http://www.panduaji.com/2013/01/3-common-newbie-problem-in-blender.html You might want to reconfigure the left-click before you do anything else. :) Once you have an understanding, this guy is good: http://www.blenderguru.com/
Drawing is a skill that takes a lot of practice to gain, and develop. That said, you can optimize your learning by splitting it into lots of small, focused, skills, and limiting yourself to just learning one super focused skill at a time. that is: take the time to highly focus your practice. 30m is not enough - take an hour at a time (and assume you'll ...
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