January 2016

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Alphabet Becomes The Most Valuable Public Company In The World

alphabet-earnings Today was a huge day for Alphabet — the first day it finally broke out its “other bets” in its earnings report — and boy did the company not disappoint.
The company smashed expectations on both ends, bringing in $21.3 billion in revenue and earnings of $8.67 per share. Analysts were expecting earnings of $8.09 on $20.8 billion in revenue.
And with that, Alphabet… Read More

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Post-Morin, Path Gets Chatty

Path Path Talk Gif Korea’s Kakao is making a big change to Path eight months after acquiring the social app. Path people can now message each other inside the app, rather than having to open the separate Path Talk app. It could be a move to invigorate users, and streamline the product. While building an entire companion app for chat worked for Facebook, splintering users between Path and Path Talk might… Read More


My Cavity Map Notes

Hey guys, I was recently talking with a buddy of mine, and he mentioned he never used cavity maps before. He uses AO of course, but just never got around to using Cavity. I think a lot of people are not aware of Cavity maps so I thought I would share my notes, and personal […]


Pluralsight – Stylized Texturing in Substance Painter

Duration: 1h 53m – Project Files: Included – Format: mp4 – Size: 1.2GB Throughout these lessons we’ll investigate how we can use Substance Painter to quickly and easily texture a creature stylistically. Painting stylized creatures traditionally can be time consuming and a bit abstract, but with some techniques inside Substance Painter we can really speed […]


“Rapid Rig: Modular” – Procedural Auto Rig for Maya 1.7.1

“Rapid Rig: Modular” is a new tool I have been developing for over two years. I have taken everything I have learned and built into“Rapid Rig: Advanced” and tore it down to its core, then built it back up into something with incredible flexibility. If you want a character with 4 arms, two heads, 20 […]


A brief history of open letters to Twitter

By Harry McCracken

This article originally appeared on Fast Company and is reprinted with permission.

Slate’s David Auerbach has a plan to fix Twitter. In brief, it involves making it a more welcoming place and minimizing harassment by shielding us…



Lectures: 15 – Duration: 1.5 Hours – Level: Beginner – Language: English Ever wanted to make that perfect run and walk quickly and effectively? in this course that is exactly what I will teach you. This course is about creating your very own Walk and Run cycles from the ground-up in any version of Autodesk […]