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Yes, look under Tutorials. FYI, you can also find them BY SEARCHING.
These are just a few of the websites that I have used to learn about Blender, they contain many tutorials that range in difficulty from beginner to advanced. To learn the basics, would definitely start with a tutorial Lechnology created (Located Here). It covers the basics for brickfilming in Blender.
There is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to Blender, but keep at it and you will be creating videos in no time!
Yes, the blender website has tutorials imperative for begginer's success. When I started using blender, one of the hardest things for me was navigating throughout the 3d viewport, which by the way, is much easier with a num. pad. Just go to YouTube and search blender tutorials, or beginner blender tutorials. Also, some of blednderguru's earlier tutorials are really easy to follow, but still produce great results. I recommend starting off with his realistic water tutorial. But tutorials generally aren't too hard to find
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