My name is Fernando, I'm Brazilian, I'm 39 years old and I love computer graphics, but I've never spent more than 3 months learning.
This started to change in 2015, I decided to give Blender a chance and take advantage of the huge amount of tutorials available on Youtube.
But there was a problem, as I didn't have much free time, it became difficult to find a good and complete tutorial, reducing my time to actually learn. The problem of the 3-month cycle was about to resurface...
So I researched teaching alternatives, but unfortunately I didn't find any that fit my time constraints.
Then I met the CG Cookie and did one of the courses of the archive. I liked the quality and soon I signed up.
At this time, I am 1 year using Blender sporadically, 1 month registered in the CG Cookie (I have already studied all the Blender basics and modeling, but didn't do any of the practical exercises) and changed my plan to annual (I must stay here a long time).
My current goal is finally to work with 3D, and I choose Blender for that fresh start.
I'm going to use this space to post my exercises, but first, I think it is opportune to look at the long journey (maybe even serve as an incentive for someone), the first posts will be about it (if break some rule, I'll just delete it).