If you're will to accept my suggestion. I've address this already on this forum and you fit exactly the stereotype.
There is some people who just want to learn modding, rather than learn to code to be able to mod a game, they simple want to learn modding. And that is where you fail. Take your time to learn coding, you can do so much more with a coding language than just modding, with the upside that you can then code your own mods.
Almost everyone that you talk to in here have learn to code and then entered the modding scene, with the noticeable exception of LordOfTheBongs, but why is he the the black sheep? Simple, he isn't. He his the white sheep among the blacks. He has done the sensible thing, learn to code.
I remember my very first C# program, a rude and simple console application that would write 'Hello world!' on the screen and wait for you to press ENTER before it closed itself (And probably the very first program of 90+% of programmers). But you, came in here 'I want to make a transformers mod!', just land down and look around, do you know how to code in C# or VB.NET? If yes, then probably you don't know enough.
The wonderful thing about languages as C# or VB.NET is that they are super simple to read and understand. As soon as you understand the basic concepts you have virtually no limits.
So, my suggestion: Learn C#.