Jim Chronister shared the 5th edition of his legendary 'Blender Basics Classroom Book'.
After a much needed update, the Blender Basics Classroom Book, 5th edition, is now online and available for use. As always, the book is completely free for any non-commercial use and is already being used by several schools and individuals. Feel free to print what you need or use online. Since the 1st edition published back in 2004, the book has grown with the program. This current edition is 266 pages in length and has a few new added chapters that include Cycles, 3D printing, motion tracking, expanded activities, educational standards (a must for teachers), reflective writings, and more. I am continuing to add videos to accompany the book as well. I thought about doing away with the "RoboDude" tips throughout the book, but was advised against it by some users, so RoboDude earned this edition's cover :-)