Journal

Modo 301 Released

2007-09-11

Modo 301 has been released. Boy, I wish I had time to really sit down and took a look at it. Alas, real life work involved 2D design for the most part. Still, this release looks fantastic.

Oh, and since everybody’s doing it, I’ll bend to peer pressure and follow the trend. I guess I’m pretty damn nerdy. C’est la vie!

Nerd Test

New Translations

2007-05-05

I receive many requests for my tutorials translated into different languages, and because I only speak one fluently, many helpful people have provided translations. Many thanks to the translators, I know the Second Life community thanks you greatly (I do too!).

Many thanks to Anastasia Riederer (SL), Gary Yu, and Howard Sachs (SL). More translations will be coming soon, including Spanish and Italian!

PDF Tutorials to HTML

2007-01-07

Finally! I’ve completed moving my PDF tutorial to HTML; now it’s lightweight, accessible, and easily updated. Here’s the last piece:

Creating a Tattoo in Second Life

I’m still looking for volunteers to translate any of my tutorials. I notice a lot of people using Google and Babelfish to translate them. Feel free to contact me if you have some time.

Creating a Mannequin in Portuguese

2006-11-22

Many thanks to Tom Reddevil for translating one of my tutorials into Portuguese. I realized in putting together Tom’s translation that my tutorials are a bit out of date having been written over 2 years ago. Some of the keyboard shortcuts have changed, for instance. I’m thinking of taking my PDF tutorial and making it available in HTML, I just need to set aside the time to do so. Where to find the time!?

If you would like to translate one of my tutorials, please send me an email. Tom did a great job mirroring my layout in Microsoft Word which made it super easy to cut and paste.