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  • Design & Illustration
    Best of the Web - February 2010P
    The shortest month of the year in 2010 is definitely not short on content for our readers. This month was packed with some high quality content in all areas. First we have some great tutorials that cover a lot of genres like 3D, painting, typography and more. The freebies are high quality and great as always, awesome wallpapers as well as fonts and icons. And last but not least we have sets of articles and inspirational posts that are packed with great art. This month features both SlashTHREE and DepthCore releases, so get ready to be inspired and check it all out.Read More…
  • Code
    How to Build and Enhance a 3-Level Navigation Menu200x200
    Perhaps more than any other topic, I'm most often contacted about how to build cross-browser navigation menus. Understandably, the reason is because every web designer has built one at some point, if not during every project! Nonetheless, it can absolutely be a tricky task. In this video tutorial, I'll teach you how to build an attractive cross-browser navigation menu; notable features include CSS3 gradients, multiple sub-menus, and jQuery animations. Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Best of the Vector Web – February 2010200x200
    Hello everyone! It's time for yet another monthly round up of the vector design community. As you know, each month we round up some of the best vector content from around the web. It seems like each month it gets harder and harder to choose which articles to showcase, but this month we managed to narrow the choices down to just a few. In this article you will find some amazing vector tutorials, freebies, and inspirational articles from some of our favorite design blogs. We really enjoyed reading through some of these articles and we hope that you will too. Please take a moment to review some of these fantastic vector design articles from around the web.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    Quick Tip: 3 Types of Eye Contact in PhotographyPreview
    In today's quick tip we'll be exploring three types of eye contact to consider when taking a portrait, along with different situations where each may be particularly appropriate. Eye contact can make a huge difference to the impression given by your image, and is worth considering - whether it's for a formal portrait, or a candid snapshot!Read More…
  • Code
    How to Prepare Your Flash Documents for TV BroadcastPreview
    In my previous article I showed you how to export a code-driven animation for video playback. The problem with writing these things is that everything is wonderful because I get to focus on a single task - but everyone then thinks, "Cool, I can do that" and then discovers they have walked into a minefield because preparing Flash for broadcast requires a lot of work behind the scenes. In this article, I am going to walk you through some of the more important things you need to know and do when preparing Flash projects for broadcast.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    How To Create A Surreal Outer Space NebulaThumb
    You don't need to be an astronaut to enjoy a breathtaking celestial scene... you can create one yourself! They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder... Well I don't know who "the beholder" is and why his eyes are so gorgeous, but I think this effect is quite lovely as well. Enjoy! Read More…
  • Music & Audio
    Looping Track Automation in Logic ProThumb
    In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to loop Track Automation in Logic Pro without having to physically copy it. This technique can be a real time saver as re-editing your copied Automation data for a loop means you have to re-copy the parts again! Not any more folks!!!Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip: Model a Screw-Head using Subdivision Surfaces in Modo200x200
    In this Quick Tip you'll learn how to easily create a screw-head using subdivision surface modeling techniques in Luxology's Modo 302. Cutting holes in curved surfaces has always come with it's fair share of issues, but hopefully this tutorial will show you one way in which it can be done whilst keeping the poly-count as low as possible.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    50 Breathtakingly Beautiful CG LandscapesThumb
    There are all kinds of landscapes in the CG world. Virtually anything you create whether it be future, past or present can have a landscape based around it. Alien, apocalypse, war, forest, magical... the adjectives can go on forever, but why don't you just check out what I have in store for you instead.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Massive Textures Showcase - Creative Examples of Use, Premium Packs and TutorialsDesign and illustration
    Textures, textures, textures. The design community, both print and web, seems to be going absolutely texture mad, but there are several valid and very good reasons to why that may be:Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Camera Projection Mapping in MayaThumb
    Camera Projection Mapping is the process of projecting an image onto simple geometry creating the illusion of detail and movement from what is really just a still image. This method has been used by many matte painters in the film and television industries. Camera projection mapping is a very handy technique to learn, but it can also be quite difficult to master. This tutorial will demonstrate how to create a Motion Design clip using camera projection mapping.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip - Working Procedurally with Particle FlowPflowproceduralthumb
    A procedural workflow is essential in today's huge pipelines, and can drastically speed up personal projects as well. In this Quick Tip we will look at the basics of working procedurally with particle systems inside 3ds Max, as well as how to set up a particle flow to be easily re-created with the push of a button.Read More…