Precision Modelling Guide to Blender is a 151 page walk-through of
Blenders mesh modelling tools and design techniques. Illustrated with
over 600 images it gives a clear and concise introduction to using
blender. By progressing through the guide you will be introduced to
many of Blenders commonly used modelling tools and also a few of the
not so well known ones. The tools are presented in a real working
design example with explanations of why the tools are used and not
merely a demonstration of the tools in use.
Don't be fooled by the name the guide is useful to anyone
wanting a clear introduction to Blenders mesh modelling tools.
Following a number of typos spotted by eagle eyed blender users the
guide has had a number of updates correcting mainly minor typos, but
also a couple of incorrect keyboard short cuts that may have caused
The guide is now on version 006, so if you find some mistakes check the
revision number on the bottom left of the cover page next
to Robert Burke. If it doesn't say 006 then download the
revision. If the mistake is still there let me know and I will update
it to the next version.