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Jason Anderson

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Joined about 11 years ago.

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avatarCanonBlogger over 10 years ago

Understandable Zach...wasn't sure if the theme would work within GT - but since Adobe does classify it as aprt of the Photoshop family, figured I could at least try...oh well.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Photo retouch Object focus

Okay - good coverage of hue/saturation and how to make/invert selections, but the levels of adjustment are so subjective to individual tastes, it makes it hard to take what was learned here and apply elsewhere...not like identical saturation numbers will produce equal results in other images. Nice job though for what it does cover.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago

Very cool! I'm not much up on Flash - but this was very easy to follow and showed a very neat effect that is easily transported for a customized animation. Well done!

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago

I don't see much of these styles of animations anymore (and if I do on a website, I typically will move on quickly)...so am wondering about how useful this even is.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago

Pretty glossed over on the selection tools usage. Magic Wand is only really good for when you have definite differences between colors and tones. In most cases, it's not as hard and fast, and multiple selection tools are needed to get an accurate one. Also didn't see much mention of feathering. More details + fewer ads = better tuts

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago

Okay, but couldn't you have configured the video to pause on load? When opening a new tab or browser window, I am not sure many people enjoy autostarts on media files...just my 2 cents...the content of the tut is pretty good.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago

Okay, but couldn't you have configured the video to pause on load? When opening a new tab or browser window, I am not sure many people enjoy autostarts on media files...just my 2 cents...the content of the tut is pretty good.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago

Oh, um...I must have made my post at or near the same time as the first comment as I do not remember the "ripped" portion...this is very much a pirated tutorial - not a good idea to steal the work of others and claim it as your own - if you were in a University, you would be expelled. If you did this professionally, you would be fired. Best of luck to you and your lack of ethics - hopefully you'll learn to respect the work of others and not steal it.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Brush up on your Brushes

I like the revised version - very helpful in showing how to get the most out of your brushes. Thanks for this.

avatarCanonBlogger almost 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Old book's illustration

While keeping things simple can often be helpful, I think you went a little too simple here.