Just about one year ago, Tiago Nunes finished his trek through Blender Foundations. He worked through the whole book, blogging about his progress along the way. You can read it here. It’s actually neat to follow his development, and I have to say that his style of learning was truly the ideal target for the book: curious and self-motivated.
Anyway, with Blender Foundations just over two years old now, I shot him an email with two questions. First, with a year’s distance on the other side of his learning experience, how well did he feel that material prepared him for his further work using Blender? Second, how well did he feel that the book’s content was holding up against the current Blender version?
You can see his response here.