Eric’s right, no wonder they revoked my library card.
The reason I had such a hard time finding Dan’s “the World’s Greatest Cameraman” was because of a mental glitch of mine.
I didn’t realize it but my primary scan mode is to look at the little Thumbnails pics to the left of the tuts, and I initially don’t read the Blue Title (link to page).
That thumbnail says “Expression Controls” while the link says “Building the World’s Greatest Cameraman”. I looked several times and missed it every time. My mistake. I didn’t intend to create a firestorm. I just found the old one easier. Old Dogs, new tricks.
I must admit I waxed poetical (too much so) about the good old days (old tut system). Whatever is best for the Top Cowhands is best for me.
PS – But we could still string up that Post number one guy.
OK, so I may have over reacted. I have since found the tutorial I was looking for. The problem was I didn’t know the authors name or the tutorial name. I just remember a cool tutorial I wanted to revisit and I had no idea how to get back to it. Since then a calmer head has prevailed.
I still think a lynching is a litttle severe though.
[Paul Whishaw]“I just remember a cool tutorial I wanted to revisit and I had no idea how to get back to it.”
There’s always the search engine. I know it says, “Search Posts” but Curtis has set the function to seach posts and/or articles. If you remember the author, you can even seach everything by a certain person. Try it sometime. You’d be surprised by how many tutorials are within the posts. Complete with movies, aeps and the whole thing.