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

CanonBlogger's Comments

avatar

Jason Anderson

http://www.canonblogger.com

Joined about 11 years ago.

clicked (428) — submitted (44) — commented (68) — saved (34)

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

Yeah, I was thinking about that myself...in addition it's hard to track analytics via # of downloads, of which the most recent is dependant on. So, I am switching back to the flash-based version (sorry about the VLC issues this last go around.) A new tutorial should be posted for review shortly. Thanks for the feedback Zach...GT rocks and is one of the few places where I actually get people emailing me about this vid or that vid that helped them!

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago

So...do people prefer the WMV format over the flash format?

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Quick Backgrounds Made Easy

Man alive, my typos are just insane lately...that title should be "Quick Backgrounds Made Easy" (I need a new keyboard! LOL Could a moderator fix it for me?)

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Creating Type Tool Presets

Grrr...let me try this URL one more time:

http://www.canonblogger.com/wp-content/uploads/vids/type_tool2/type_tool.html

Sorry about that...have 2 tutorials on the type tool, one for presets and one for the character palette...it's fixed now

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Creating Type Tool Presets

the link to this didn't paste completely...please add "type_tool.html" to the end of this link. Thanks.

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Horizontal Scaling Text

Thanks Zach...very cool site by the way, I am learning more than I am sharing! :)

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Horizontal Scaling Text

argh....how do I update the link? (remove the ".pdf" at the end)?

avatarCanonBlogger about 11 years ago
Original Tutorial: Sharpening in LAB

Like this? Want to see more like it? Email me and I'll work something up for pretty much anything you want to know (if I can)...