Frequently Asked Questions
How to search for a specific topic?
In the upper right corner of every page, we have added a handy search feature. Click the "Search This Site" field, enter your keyword(s) and press return. A list of possible pages appears. Click the Read More button and you are taken to the appropriate page.
I have a great idea for a new topic. What does it take to have a new topic added to Pixel Street Studios?
We would love to hear from you and have your idea added to the suggestion box. Click the Guest Services menu item and fill in the form.
How do I contact Pixel Street Studios?
Click the Guest Services menu item at the top of the page. Fill in the form on the Guest Services page and your message is instantly delivered to our in-box.
Once you post tutorials for the newer software, are the older tutorials removed?
No. Since we figure there are plenty of people using versions other that the "Latest and Greatest", we feel it is important to support you regardless of your software version.
How is Pixel Street Studios supported?
Our work is supported with the generous support of our partner/affiliate advertisers. By taking advantage of the numerous offers throughout the site, you are finding a great deal and supporting our work.
Where can I find a list of keyboard shortcuts for Maya, Flash or Photoshop?
I am attempting to send you a message from the contact form on the Guest Services page. Why doesn't it work?
Don't forget to fill in the box label "Captcha". The purpose of this box is to make sure you're human. We found that without this feature, we were wasting hours deleting emails from spammers when we could be attending to your questions and concerns.
How do I return to the Home page?
Click the Pixel Street Studios logo in the top left corner of the page.
What software products were used to create Pixel Street Studios?
The primary tools used to create this site include: Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk Maya, WordPress, Sound Studio, Snapz Pro X, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Dreamweaver, WordPress and Adobe After Effects.
Who created Pixel Street Studios?
Pixel Street Studios was originally designed and is being updated by Dennis Bishop of Snohomish Washington. In addition to this site, he also a commercial photographer and teaches Photoshop, 3D Animation and Game Development. You can view Dennis' photography work at Bishop.Digital.