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Direct3D charachter animation beginning

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can anyone please tell me where can I find tutorials for animating and loading character meshes created with 3DSMAX or other 3D designing program, or is there a book for me that starts from the basic of Direct3D animation... plus does anyone know where can I find free character meshes in the internet so I can train with them? Please try to help me with this...

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1592000371/ref=sr_aps_books_1_1/026-2941620-1494858

and

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1592000339/ref=pd_sim_b_dp_4/026-2941620-1494858

should be fine, although the second uses opengl it will help you make file loaders for models, though the first book is fine if you just want x files.

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is there a more begginer book for me then this "Advanced animation for directX", it looks like to much for me, I think I need to know more basic animation before reading this book

am I right?

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is there a more begginer book for me then this "Advanced animation for directX", it looks like to much for me, I think I need to know more basic animation before reading this book

am I right?
Not really. There is a reason why the skinned animation tutorial in the SDK is rated as "Advanced"! It is a difficult topic to understand. You can''t go wrong with Jims book "Advanced Animation With DirectX" though. I''m working through bits of it now. At the very least I anticipate being able to to skinned animation and animation blending from using this book.

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