1. CSS
  2. Flash
  3. HTML
  4. Illustrator
  5. Java
  6. JavaScript
  7. Maya
  8. Photography
  9. Photoshop
  10. PHP
  11. Ruby
  12. Ruby on Rails
  13. 3ds Max

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Jason Anderson

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Joined over 11 years ago.

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avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

Outstanding - attention to detail, width and breadth of technique and skills is evident, yet well explained. The epitome of what tutorials should aspire to! If only I could produce something so well! Fantastic job!

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Burning Text Tutorials

Lots of tuts on making text look like fire but you did a nice job of putting a twist on this to make it unique. I like the touch and effect. Good one!

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Mirrow Effect

It'd work better if you had some audio or just did screenshots with text rather than trying to type instructions during the video on separate layers...that made it more distracting for me. The idea is good, but the delivery was disappointing for me.

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

I notice you've added some detail to your tutorials, and changed the semantics some - very nice. The verbiage is much better and flows more easily this way.

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

Keeps saying I am being re-directed - never gets where it's supposed to go...

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Creating a Custom Smiley

When saving for web, isn't it always preferred/recommended to flatten images before posting to web sources such as those suggested (sites, blogs, forums, etc.)? It's good info, but missing a key step for optimal web performance, no?

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

Can't see this - asking for a facebook login.

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Developing the Content

Great thoughts here on developing content - my only nit is that this is a lot of info for one tut. Would have probably been better split up as a Part I through Part V, but that's just my preference for tutorials. This was more like a developing content chapter. Still...a highly useful set of info. Overall a great job of organization, and very well-versed. Good job!

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

Normally I'd be all over a tut that is willing to show me some php, and on a positive note, this is very useful for the graphically inclined crowd like myself. On the flip side, you've not really deciphered it here...to me it's more of a copy/paste. With my own background I could "read" the code, but for me the tut falls a little short in explaining what the code is doing, and thus not really teaching as much. Again though, very useful scripting here, so thanks for sharing.

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

very detailed walk through and great references to places where you are more abrupt and less detailed. Not a pro with php, but after this tut, I could code this with confidence. Well done!