Articles

Here are articles I have written related to graphic and web design. There are guides and how-to's related to specific software as well as hardware reviews.

Sunday, April 20 2014
Lately, I've been involved in a 2D Zombie Platform Shooter that is now available on online and in...
Sunday, March 23 2014
Sorensen Leather, a high quality leather company in Denmark, has been kind enough to share 300 of...
Friday, February 21 2014
I've been getting asked more often lately on how to take a high quality texture photograph so I...
Tuesday, February 11 2014
Vector art in the form of SVG files has become more and more popular. Web browsers typically can...
Monday, March 26 2012
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Well, I finally got around to creating a Google+ page for texturemate! If you are on Google+ and...
Tuesday, January 18 2011
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The latest version of abrMate now allows you to convert any newer Photoshop CS brush set that can...
Thursday, December 23 2010
6
You can export as many brushes as you want to .png files in one step with abrMate. First, open all...
Monday, December 20 2010
2
Exporting Adobe Photoshop brushes to .png's in abrMate is very easy. First, you must have one or...
Monday, December 20 2010
2
Well I want to apologize for not releasing as many textures, brushes, and patterns lately. It's...
Sunday, November 21 2010
One tool I have been finding very useful in Gimp lately is the Color Curves adjustment dialog so I...

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