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Matthew Heidenreich

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Joined over 11 years ago. Matthew helps out by being a moderator at Good-Tutorials.

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avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

Great tutorial for those who aren't very fluent with Illustrator. Detailed and well written, good job.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago
Original Tutorial: Beveled Aluminum Text Effect

Good results and a pretty straight forward tutorial. Hopefully you are full of text effects with a site dedicated to them ;) Keep it up.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

I feel this could have just been a tutorial on how to create a letterpress effect as nothing else is really shown. It really doesn't show you how to make a layout someone would actually be able to use. Good luck with future tutorials Nikhil.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago
Original Tutorial: Web Design Layout #14

Good looking tutorial Richard. One thing I noticed is the "subscribe" button is too small for the text. Other than that great work and well written.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

Straight forward and to the point, while being descriptive. Good work.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

Easy to follow with good results, nice work.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

Good use of color in the gradients, thought doesn't feel as complete as it could be. Maybe add a little texture? Great work Imon ;-)

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

The results do not seem finished, and could use some more work on detail. It's going in the right direction though.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

Great results with the tutorial. Though the tutorial does not go very in-depth on how you accomplished creating the car within Maya.

avatarPepper (moderator)over 7 years ago

Good-Tutorials is for "tutorials", not so much for roundups of web services.