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Five Digital Painting YouTube Channels You Should Know
Five Digital Painting YouTube Channels You Should Know

Staff writer, Barbara Din, shares some lesser-known, yet must-see YouTube channels for learning digital painting.

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The Medical Illustrator
The Medical Illustrator

Staff Writer, Nick Charles, introduces a series exploring the extraordinary field of medical illustration.

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Adventures of an Indie Game Creator - Part 6
Adventures of an Indie Game Creator - Part 6

As a side project, I am working on a small short game as a solo developer. In this series I will discuss the process I am following, from start to finish, as well as the different choices I make along the line.

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The Art of Story: Interview with Author Peter Ryan
The Art of Story: Interview with Author Peter Ryan

Peter Ryan's first novel, Sync City, hits stores on February 28th. I caught up with the man behind this hard-boiled science fiction adventure to find out what makes him tick.

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Game development tips: Thinking outside the (asset) box
Game development tips: Thinking outside the (asset) box

The Unity Asset store is a very cool resource, however, sometimes assets can be used for something different than what they author originally intended.

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The Art of Story: Learn Storytelling from PIXAR!
The Art of Story: Learn Storytelling from PIXAR!

Animation powerhouse, Pixar, has always been open about their methods with their "Pixar In A Box" series. Now they're offering a FREE course in storytelling!

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Adventures of making a solo game: part 5
Adventures of making a solo game: part 5

As a side project, I am working on a small short game as a solo developer. In this series I will discuss the process I am following, from start to finish, as well as the different choices I make along the line

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Make your own point and click games with Adventure Creator for Unity
Make your own point and click games with Adventure Creator for Unity

Are you fan of old adventure games like The Longest Journey, Siberia, Zork Nemesis and such? There's a Unity tool that lets you make those kinds of games

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The Art of Story: Finding Your Audience
The Art of Story: Finding Your Audience

The path to success in achieving a dream is paved in rejection. Read on for why facing rejection is essential in finding your audience.

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The Art of Story: Why You Should Break Out of Your Chosen Genre
The Art of Story: Why You Should Break Out of Your Chosen Genre

Have you chosen a genre for your story? Read why you should be reading and writing in any other genre in order to make your story the best it can be.

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Adventures of an Indie Game Creator, Part 4
Adventures of an Indie Game Creator, Part 4

As a side project, I am working on a small short game as a solo developer. In this series I will discuss the process I am following, from start to finish, as well as the different choices I make along the line.

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The Art of Story: Five Great Reasons to Outline Before You Write
The Art of Story: Five Great Reasons to Outline Before You Write

Converting from being only a writer to becoming a writer/planner can save your novel and make you a better storyteller. Here are five reasons why outlining and planning your novel will save your story from being abandoned unnecessarily.

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Adventures of an Indie Game Creator Part 3
Adventures of an Indie Game Creator Part 3

As a side project, I am working on a small short game as a solo developer. In this series I will discuss the process I am following, from start to finish, as well as the different choices I make along the line.

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The No Info Websites
The No Info Websites

Staff Writer M.D. McCallum asks a question a lot of us ponder... where is the product info?

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Adventures of an Indie Game Creator Part 2
Adventures of an Indie Game Creator Part 2

As a side project, I am working on a small short game as a solo developer. In this series I will discuss the process I am following, from start to finish, as well as the different choices I make along the line.

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Solitaire in Virtual Reality
Solitaire in Virtual Reality

Staff Writer and Reviewer M.D. McCallum reviews a VR Solitaire game with a different take.

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The Importance of Scale in VR
The Importance of Scale in VR

Staff writer M.D. McCallum discusses the effect of bad scale in Virtual Reality.

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Plague of the Noisy PC Or How to Kill A Studio Recording Session
Plague of the Noisy PC Or How to Kill A Studio Recording Session

Staff Writer M.D. McCallum takes a look at combating excessive fan noise.

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Virtual reality- is it all worthwhile?
Virtual reality- is it all worthwhile?

With all the talk surrounding virtual reality and how it will take the world by storm, it is easy to get carried away and start celebrating with all the others.

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The Art of Story: Improve Your Writing By Learning Another Language
The Art of Story: Improve Your Writing By Learning Another Language

Here are nine reasons why learning another language might be a game-changer for your storytelling. And with the free application DuoLingo, you no longer have an excuse not to start today.

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Freelance Experience: The Generalist - Fighting the Digital Darkness
Freelance Experience: The Generalist - Fighting the Digital Darkness

Staff Writer and Freelancer M.D. McCallum in his regular "Freelance" column takes a look at what it's like to be a generalist working on different types of projects.

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Make That Prop Your Own - Creating a Custom Texture
Make That Prop Your Own - Creating a Custom Texture

I wanted to create an avatar portraying me working on my latest masterpiece so I purchased the Antique Typewriter by keppel. Antique Typewriter comes with two textures for the paper: one blank and one with text, but instead of using keppel's default text I wanted to use lines from a story I wrote.

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Motion Weekly 19
Motion Weekly 19

The Motion Weekly is a showcase of awe-inspiring short films, animation and motion graphic works from around the web. Some pieces featured have been created by professional studios, while others may be personal works. May this weekly segment serve to inspire you.

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What are the odds of becoming a successful, published writer?
What are the odds of becoming a successful, published writer?

Overall, Google says that about 5 years ago, humankind reached a total of 130 million works that are known to have been published throughout time.

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I can't even draw so how can I use Poser?
I can't even draw so how can I use Poser?

Can I get value out of Poser when I can't even draw?

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