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Old 26-04-2003, 03:12 PM   #1
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Talking i need a little help here

um guys could any of u tell me a good book that i could buy that would start teaching me maya?i mean a boof for someone who hasnt never touched it.thanx :banana:
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what about the maya help files have you tried those? they're pretty good for beginners. Also the best I found to learn was to simply give your self a project or a goal and then take it from there.

If you want a book I think Maya Savvy is supposed to be quite good I've only flicked thru it briefly though.

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thanx guys ill take a look at it
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Originally posted by Pure_Morning
Also the best I found to learn was to simply give your self a project or a goal and then take it from there.
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