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Hi folks, just a quick update for you. Unfortunately my lovely tutors at university have chosen to make all of my essay deadlines and presentations in the same week (next week), meaning that the next 10 days or so are pretty much a write off for me. I’m just warning that I most likely will not get a chance to write any new tutorials, as every hour right now is spent trying to meet these important deadlines.
However! That isn’t to say that there will be no posting whatsoever… I’ve got some more great designer interviews lined up, as well as our newly started Texture Thursday, which has gotten a great response so far.
The Easter vacation is just around the corner, in which time I’ll have plenty of time for tutorial posts. Until then, please subscribe to the RSS feed if you want notification of these (or any) updates.
I figured that since I won’t have time to write any new tutorials this week I may as well share some classics from the site. I know that many of you won’t have been through our tutorial archives, yet there is a ton of quality content there. These 6 tutorials show some of my most popular work, and will hopefully give you enough design fodder until the next tut! (Click the images to reach each tutorial)
Oh, I should also note that PSDFAN has now published over 50 tutorials! This is great news, and hopefully this number will continue to fast grow (especially when I start getting in guest authors to help me).
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Tom is the founder of PSDFAN. He loves writing tutorials, learning more about design and interacting with the community. On a more interesting note he can also play guitar hero drunk with his teeth.
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