Allan Brito is proud to announce the Spanish version of his book, 'Blender 3.6: The Beginner's Guide'.
The exploration into the vast world of Blender continues as I'm proud to announce the release of the Spanish translation of the acclaimed book, "Blender 3.6: The Beginner's Guide," titled "Blender 3.6: La guía para iniciados." This comprehensive guide is now accessible to the Spanish-speaking community, offering a valuable resource for learning Blender.
For the translation, I manage to adapt both the text and screenshots/graphics. Everything is in Spanish.
The initial struggle with Blender for many individuals lies in the first interaction with its user interface and understanding its workflow. This translation offers guidance, aiming to simplify these complexities for Spanish-speaking enthusiasts and professionals, enabling them to harness the potent tools that Blender boasts, seamlessly integrating them into their work.
"Blender 3.6: La guía para iniciados" is now available in both Paperback and eBook formats. It offers a wealth of knowledge, mirroring the English version (text and screenshots) with the inclusion of the following features:
- Crafted specifically for newcomers; no previous Blender experience required.
- Thorough overview of the user interface and essential principles.
- Comprehensive teaching methodology, spanning examples from modeling and materials to animation and rendering.
- Inclusion of downloadable project files (over 1GB in size).