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Get Into Blender: Introduction To Blender - Video Tutorials

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Relentless on Sat, 11 January 2014 6:52pm
The newest version of Blender (as of 1/11/14) looks completely different. The menus and views are not in the same place, or called the same thing. Sadly, it makes this tutorial obsolete. :(
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