New Site Features Coming Soon

In addition to the new header graphic, my team and I are working on adding several new features to the site including a new button! We’re also working on making the tutorial section more exciting with better thumbnails and graphics (no flash, don’t worry).

We are back finishing up the Special Edition Tutorial DVD with tons of new behind-the-scenes videos and features. But we are also working on releasing another new product next month…
ahh, what the heck, It’s TWITCH! (Release date TBA)

Plus, Part 1 of the Eye Replacement tutorial should be out on Monday or Tuesday with the part 2 later in the week.

As you can see we are very busy, just because we don’t post everyday doesn’t mean we’re not working hard. Keep up the patience and great content will continue to flow.

And some of you killed the sandpaper joke.
Let us never speak of it again.

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