I never thought I’d ever write another article covering WordPress. For the most part WordPress is just about idiot-proof. The only way that you could possibly screw it up is by tinkering with its insides. The hardest part about WordPress is coming up with content.
Pigment Markers have been the next big thing over at Winsor and Newton. They’ve receive as much hype, if not more so … Continue reading Review: Winsor and Newton Pigment Markers
What I’m about to reveal to you will either seem really obvious or a possible game-changer. (Depending on how willing you are.) So far most of you have been taking baby-steps via pencil and paper. But this time, what I plan to suggest may seem like a huge leap. Continue reading “Yes, You Too Can Draw! – Ch 13 — How To Cheat At Perspective In 3D”
Howdy gang! I have another round of really amazing Links of Interest for you. November seems to offer gobs of great stuff! Let’s dig in… Continue reading “Links of Interest — Nov 01, 2015”
As I previously posted on my Facebook Page, I have been without my beautiful iMac, and access to a modern computer. Yes, life has sucked since. Since loosing my iMac, I’ve more or less have gone “dark” over the past few months. Continue reading “iMac Down ~ Journey of A Lousy Month”
Welcome back to a brand-spankin’ new edition of links of interest. I’m sort of back. I’ll explain pretty soon my … Continue reading Links of Interest — Sept 28, 2015
On January 30, 2015, Inkscape Version 0.91 was released to the world. That means new and updated features, plus an updated crash course. Much like the previous version of A Crash Course In Inkscape (version 0.48), this 0.91 version is geared to get you up and creating vector art with this free, open-source program. That means you’ll learn the basics and some other useful techniques in Inkscape.
On Thursday, February 27, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which is a group of appointed and unaccountable bureaucrats with the ability to make dictates that have the power of law had assumed control over the Internet here in the United States of America with a 3 to 2 vote. They dubbed this new evasive set of regulations with a harmless sounding name, Net Neutrality. After doing so, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler cracked this joke while gloating about this great accomplishment, “Today is a red letter day for Internet freedom…”
Welcome back to another edition of the AI Workshop! I’m honestly not a huge football fan (which is somewhat sacrilege here in … Continue reading AI Workshop: Celebrating The Pats
If you’ve been following my Facebook page, you’ll had seen a few posts on my first impressions of Winsor & Newton’s … Continue reading Review: Winsor & Newton Watercolor Markers