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Thursday, 18 October 2012

MTM Series 2012 #59 Reception by Gil "Chip" Hechanova III

We would like to showcase our new MTM from Gil "Chip" Hechanova. This Mini the making of the reception shows some insightful materials, settings and post processing. Enjoy and thank to Chip for this one..

1 comment:

  1. Nomeradona,

    I know that you have had problems with people reposting your tutorials on other websites but, I have to say, these tutorials, which I used to love, are now practically useless. It is simply too hard to view them on-line and near impossible to print them.

    The content of these tutorials is fantastic and it would be a shame if they did not get the audience that they deserve. Is there anything you can do to make them downloadable again.

    Kind regards....Scotty