I think it's still difficult to find professional resources on the web like you can find for an app like C4D:
80 C4D tutorials
All this tutorials give you a great professional result to master C4D.
For Blender, it's different. I have learnt Blender, I like the shortcuts on Blender for modeling, and they become quickly intuitive. But to learn how to master rig light (car light, day light, ...) or materials and textures really you must to find by yourself. Many tutorials have a "how to use" point of view, not "how to achieve". For example, Vray, 3ds, C4D or Maya have a tone of great step by step practical free tutorial on the web to finalize professional results.
Personnally, I would like to use Blender for broadcasting composition, but actually I can't achieve cute result like with C4D.
Example: rendering seems to have grain, reflexions are every time to matt ...
I hope to find one day this resource for Blender.