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BlenderWiki's MemoBook and ActionBook


thumb.jpgIgor Križanovskij has kept personal notes on his experiences with Blender and made them available in a wikibook format. In it, you'll find answers to beginner FAQs, a material Refraction Values Table, reference links, tips, rigs, .blend files and more.

Igor writes:

This Blender MemoBook is part of my personal Memo Ssschratchhhh WikiBook. Maybe you will find it useful.


[It includes] reference tutorial links to support short HOWTOs and with tips which related tutorials maybe didn't included or are just simply good to be reminded. I want to keep this MemoBook as compact as possible, but still smooth and friendly enough to read it.


While the MemoBook was created using older versions of Blender, its contents are still applicable to current versions. However, Igor has continued to add content using more recent versions of Blender (2.43). This has resulted in the creation of the ActionBook.

ActionBook is a continuation of the so called MemoBook which I started as my personal Blender short Basic Guide & Reminder.

The ActionBook contains notes and examples for:

  • Blender Compiling
  • Animation
  • Rigs
  • Nodes
  • Particles
  • Tips & Tricks
  • and more...

Of course, with this being in the wiki format, the author encourages any editing or corrections.

Also don't worry if you want to edit this MemoBook, feel free and welcome...

You can check them out here:


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