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List of resources for new users
The Spine User Guide features a solid text panoramic of all the functions of Spine, as well as a nice playlist of videos to show you how every part of Spine works.
Spine User Guide
Learn how to prepare and export your assets from Photoshop to Spine:
spine-scripts/photoshop at master · EsotericSoftware/spine-scripts
If you want to jump straight into trying to do something with Spine, this might be a good video:
If you like to see complete processes and rigging in real time, here's a collection of twitch streams with downloadable projects. (I suggest navigating this with the subchapters by finding what interests you the most)
If you're a person who prefers to be mentored, we also offer workshops for your team or one-on-one.
If you want to make quick little questions, ask for feedback, make casual conversation and find fellow Spine users, here's the UNOFFICIAL Spine discord.