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Webmonkey Here is where it all started for me, HTML-wise. The tutorials at Webmonkey helped me learn Web design years and years ago. It is still a valuable online reference.


Blambot The font used for the "Cobalt Wolf" logo is called "Battlelines," part of the cool line of comic fonts created by the talented folks at Blambot.


Digital Character Design and Painting This book by Don Seegmiller is a treasure trove of digital painting wisdom. I have found it an invaluable reference. The link will take you to Amazon.com, but I am not an affiliate of any kind. It's simply there to provide you with more information.


The Non-Designer's Design Book This book by Robin Williams (no, not the actor, but a great teacher of graphic design) is yet another must-have in any designer's analog library. The link will take you to Amazon.com, but I am not an affiliate of any kind. It's simply there to provide you with more information.


Blog Trashed by Mandarin
Mandarin Design Daily: The MEG Blog by the late Michelle Goodrich was one of the best places to learn about CSS. She passed away on June of 2006, and many were enriched by her treasure-trove of design information. The site is now offline, but it can still be found using The Wayback Machine.

PVII Project Seven has been providing Macromedia Dreamweaver users with their magic scripts for years. I've learrned quite a bit from their online tutorials, and this site makes use of two of their Dreamweaver extensions.


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