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Posted 11 September 2012 - 11:24 PM
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Posted 12 September 2012 - 05:21 AM
I agree I would start with blender personally. I used it years ago only to find it was difficult to understand, but it seems that they have made an overall to the UI and it's much easier to understand. AND there are more tutorials.
Personally I'm extreemely impressed by Blender. It's free and it has more functionality than a commercial product today like 3D-studio (you can easily just add free plugins for things you'd normaly have to pay large sums of money to get if you used a commercial product.). Most importantly it's fast and it has a lot of community support. You can also find free official videotutorials on their homepage.
I'd recommend you get the program here:
and the best videotutorials to start with here: