I am currently learning complex analysis in my undergraduate studies and it's quite hard to understand for me. During my mathematical study I learned that nothing is to hard to understand, it's just necessary to find the right source for me. When I read skrypts or books they feel mostly too "dry" for me and it's not so enjoyable for me to read. In the past I learned first with books like e.g. analysis I or II for dummies and afterwords I learned with proper mathematical books, which I then could enjoy and understand fully, and use it as my main source.
But now as I progress to more advanced subjects, I find it hard to find books that help me. I learn best with a visual approach, the more graphics the better. And it's always good when the author explains a lot and is not assuming to much things as trivia.
I hope I made myself clear what kind of book I need and maybe someone can help me.
PS: I'm not restricted to books, if you know some good skript you are more than welcome. My native language is german, so I'm fine with sources in english and german.