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  • Photo & Video
    23 Helpful Photography TutorialsPreview
    We've hunted down some of the most useful photography tutorials on the web. Tutorials range from shooting the picture to editing it back in your choice of software, and cover all skill levels. Take a look!Read More…
  • Code
    10 Data Backup, Storage and Sharing Solutions200x200
    In an increasingly digital age, data backup, storage and sharing is more important than ever. However, today's data backup and storage solutions have evolved into much more feature filled services that let you share and access your data easier and from pretty much anywhere while still affordable. In this roundup we'll take a look at 10 online data backup, storage and sharing solutions to meet everyone's needs.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Create a Mixed Media MasterpieceDesign and illustration
    Photoshop cannot replicate the spontaneity of a paint splash or an ink splatter; and you won't find a happy accident tool – well not yet anyway! In the first part of this tutorial you'll be encouraged to step away from your screen, then get down and dirty to create your own textures.Read More…
  • Code
    Create a Responsive Image Scroller in ActionScript 3.0Preview
    This tutorial will demonstrate how to create a horizontally scrolling image viewer. It will cover xml parsing, loading and resizing external images, and creating intuitive and responsive scrolling!Read More…
  • Code
    The Wonder of jQuery ToolsCode
    They refer to it as the “missing jQuery UI” library. What’s the key to jQuery Tools? They offer everything you’d actually use in a web application, and nothing more. I’ll show you exactly how to use this incredible jQuery library over the course of a 40-minute video tutorial.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Model a Photorealistic Boss Tu-2 FX Pedal in Modo: Part 2Thumbnail
    In this two-part tutorial (visit Day 1), you will learn how to model the Boss Tu-2 FX pedal using Luxology's Modo 302. Taking advantage of Modo's workflow enhancing toolset, the model will be highly detailed, and suitable for close up renders from any angle.Read More…
  • Code
    Essential Learning for Ruby and RailsPostimg
    Ruby is rapidly becoming the preferred programming language for many developers. With that said, let's look at some of the best tutorials, videos and books to learn Ruby and Rails.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    How to Use Texture and Lighting to Create Rounded ArtworkPreview
    Using stock photography is not always necessary or desired, but we can reference images of real objects to learn techniques for perspective and lighting. In this tutorial, we will be creating an abstract orb. In order to get the highlights, shadows, and perspective as accurate as possible we will study real images to create our own interpretation.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    How to Turn a Client Approved Snack Label into a 3D Looking Snack PackPreview
    Often after approving the final label's design, clients will want to see the design mocked-up as a package. Starting with a final label design, we'll use Illustrators mesh tools to simulate a 3D package design. Let's go ahead and do that!Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Best of the Best - AE Project Files on VideoHiveVhprev
    Welcome to the first installment of an on-going series. Best of the best will feature a few files from each category on VideoHive that are... well... the best of the best, at the time of writing (in no particular order). All files chosen excel in terms of quality, complexity, and usefulness. Not so much based on sales, and popularity. I can guarantee that any file listed below will knock your socks off, and plan to continue the BOTB installments from now on. So stay tuned!Read More…
  • Music & Audio
    Why Playing In The Studio Is Different From Playing LiveMusic and audio
    My new book, “The Studio Musician’s Handbook” (written with top Los Angeles studio bassist Paul ILL) is about to be released and I thought it would be a good time for an exclusive preview.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    An Introduction to 3ds Max: Polygonal Modeling - Part 2Thumbnail
    In the first part of the series, professional video game artist, Kaleb Aylsworth, walked you through many of the key skills that you will need to get started modeling in 3ds Max. Now, in the second part, he will demonstrate how to apply the things that you have learned by using them to make a low-poly version of Guy van der Walt's "Retro TV Set". You can see some more examples of Guy's work at his portfolio website, Plasticboy.Read More…