3ds max 4 Ground Rules
||Author: Michael Todd Peterson, Todd Peterson|
List Price: $53.95
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Publisher: Delmar Learning (16 May, 2001)
Sales Rank: 121,098
Average Customer Rating: 4.8 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 5 out of 5
Nice and Easy - Still reading
One aspect of the book is that it is easy to read. Samples, examples explanations. Definately worth reading.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Excellent for beginners
I have read many a 3DS MAX book. -- Well I have tried to read many that is. -- Believe me I have tried off and on for a year or so now. --- This book *truly* is a beginners book that will start you off on the ground level and have you doing things very quickly that are fun. -- I learned more with 3 hours and this book in front of MAX than I had in 3 weeks prior just because this book has a good focus.
Everyone gives everything 5 stars... and I try not to... but then again... I usually only feel inclined to rate things I trully feel derserve high praise. -- This is one of those things.
Rating: 4 out of 5
Good book, but not a lot detail
If you are a newbie to 3ds max then this would be a good book for you. I am on chapter 7 of this book and am finding a small fraction of difficulty. This book doesn't get into as much detail as I would have preferred it to. One thing I didn't like was making this robot model. All it really is, is spheres and cylinders. But I guess it's just a newbie book. So let me just say that its not the best book in the world for max 4. Seriously my friends, if you want to start 3ds max 4, there are better books out there than this one. Overall, this book is an alright book to get a novice modeler up and going.
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