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Old 9th November 2005, 22:46   #2
eheiney
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I personally learned how to do it by spending long hours in front of the computer, reading how everything works, looking at everyone else's code. Sooner or later, things just clicked and began to make sense.

Most recently, I've begun taking higher-order math classes, and this has helped a little bit. Sure, if you want to create something like UnConeD's "Fiber Optics" or his Chmutov, it certainly helps to know what the hell you're trying to make, and how to draw it. But for my money, avs doesn't even really require much math skills. It's just understanding avs code.

For me, learning avs simply requires time.

Spiral out, my friend. You will find your way back to yourself, we all will.
I'll be waiting, and shall see you on the other side...
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