Every New Year you always pray that it doesn’t get any worse than the previous one. For me, 2015 proved the non-existence of God or that He just didn’t like the virgin comic book readers that were offered up. Plus, the wife and myself must be some of the few remaining humans on the planet… [Continue reading]
Now and then a lot of hot air can be released, Pompeii style, on whether video games count as art. I personally lean to the side that believes they are and it could be said that video games contain more stylistic approaches and formats than the regular art world put together. Another line of thinking… [Continue reading]
Please Note, this post has been updated with news about the fixes
For what seems like forever, I’ve been a strong advocate for Autodesk Sketchbook Pro. I first started using it when it was Alias Sketchbook Pro 1.x , in my case I think I picked it up at 1.4 and I fell in love with it immediately. It had then, and still has the smoothest rendering engine I’ve ever come across in a drawing/painting app. It has an intuitive, seamless marking menu UI similar to that found in Maya; a 3D app I used as a games artist, easy customisable brushes and a rotating canvas long before Photoshop included it. Sketchbook Pro has been my go-to application for well over a decade and I was really pleased when Autodesk started breathing life back into it with update after update, it just got better and better.
Until the latest update.
Want to layer colour tones on your image in Manga Studio 5 EX ? So do I, but I’m not having much luck.
I am 99% sure that was this much easier to do in the previous version of Manga Studio EX. Perhaps I’m imagining it, but it’s a little hard to check as I don’t have that version on my machine anymore.
Yakatak chat stickers is a project that we completed back in the first quarter of this year. Yakatak is an Android and iOS app for football fans. The app will follow the progress of your favourite football teams, update with news and results and enable users to connect and chat.
If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur – Red Adair
So, a prospective client will ask for a quote on converting their book to an ebook. We’ll ask for the Word or PDF file to be downloaded to a secure Dropbox folder, take a look at what can be done and give said quote… and then – nothing. No reply. No “That’s great. Let’s do this”. No “Mmm. Sorry, that’s out of my budget”. Nothing. And if you do sometimes wonder what it was that cut off communication, I can guarantee that it’ll be one (or both) of two things:
- It’s more expensive to create an ebook than they thought
- Some of the items they want are impossible on an ebook