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15 Jun 19
Capturing Mathematics

I had some spare time this evening and was quiet motivated to watch a youtube tutorial on ‘GIMP’ to try and see if I can edit a photograph with the program. I found a video for beginners and wanted to have it open while playing with the software. This is the link to the video: […]

15 Jun 19
Mishmashlearning goes blogging

When I was teaching especially from 2004 to 2014 I did lots of IT (school term ICT) based work both in terms of subject content taught, responsibility posts and developing ideas and presenting at Teachmeets etc. Having grown up essentially pre PCs once I could access the technology and use it to enhance my teaching […]

15 Jun 19
Nicholas Lawson

Preface Science Fiction : It’s Fiction because it’s what DOESN’t Happen if I could assist your imagination somewhat in FICTION it’s about what doesn’t happen so the fact that I’m going to smoke a blunt with a robotic fairy and get the low down on what being a robot is will never happen unless an […]

15 Jun 19
Vulcans Realm

Quick Review of UGEE M708 Graphics Tablet for use with Blender and other Digital Hand Art or Mouse Replacement workflows.

15 Jun 19
Writing and Illustrating

Anne Lambelet  earned a bachelor’s degree in illustration from the University of the Arts in 2014 where she was awarded the Roger T. Hane award for the top illustration portfolio by a senior.  Since then she has worked with several clients: HarperCollins Simon & Schuster Owlcrate Page Street Kids The Boston Globe magazine The Progressive Minnesota […]

14 Jun 19
Ancestor Adventures

Nearly 70 Years of Technology Fun – since 1950s. Here’s a timeline of technology in the family that’s sort of entertaining. It might even be considered…Edutainment. Send me your additions to this, please! You can send them to me in the Comments area right on here on this website; look up at the top of […]

14 Jun 19

Cantroller A beer can and a games controller all rolled into one?! The team, led by Anthony Gibbs (LDN), worked to bring the intricate inner workings of the cantroller to life on screen. Most importantly, the new accessory means you can game without ever putting your beer down. Read more on our website here Press […]

14 Jun 19
GeekandGear.com

For video game fans, E3 is the most wonderful time of the year. We get to see new games, perhaps some new hardware, and the finest of memes. E3 also sees the internet’s more creative types flex their artistic muscles and fill our timelines with incredible art. What better way to celebrate the return of […]

14 Jun 19
Diaries Blog

  Link Buy product:German Shepherd Pawtriotic With American Flag 4th Of July shirt How or when did you start German Shepherd Pawtriotic With American Flag 4th Of July shirt . I always try to design using defined strokes and a reduced color pallet – the cleaner and simpler, the better. I combine this style with a high […]

14 Jun 19
Starting Point of Digital Painting

Although any forms of painting interosculate, there are still many unique taboos and pitfalls in digital painting that even veterans can make mistakes on. If you don’t pay attention to them from the beginning when you are a tyro, things will go crazy in the future. So today, let’s take a look at some tips […]

14 Jun 19
Painting Mexico

This started out as a pencil doodle.  When I brought it into photoshop, I adjusted the levels to make the greys of the pencil as dark as I could, and the lights as white as I could. This gave me a little template to build the digital painting on. There is a lot of painting […]

13 Jun 19
9to5Toys
B&H is currently offering the Wacom Intuos Pro Creative Pen Large Tablet for $399.95 shipped. Also available at Best Buy. Normally selling for $500, that’s good for a 20% discount and brings the price down to one of the lowest we’ve noted since 2017. Wacom’s Intuos Pro drawing pad amplifies your Mac or PC’s ability to create digital art. It features a 12.24- by 8.5-inch drawing area, 2,048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity and six programmable express keys. Whether you’re getting started with animation, graphic design or just want to brush up on your drawing skills, the Intuos Pro is a feature-packed but affordable option. Rated 4.2/5 stars from over 160 digital artists. Find additional Wacom tablet discounts and learn more about the Intuos Pro in our launch coverage. Another notable discount that we’re tracking is on the medium Wacom Intuos Pro Paper Edition Creative Pen Tablet starting for $349.95 shipped at B&H as well as Best Buy. That’s good for a $50 discount and is the best we’ve seen this year. Upgrade to the large version for $499.95 at B&H or Best Buy, down from $600 and good for a $100 savings. Rated 4.6/5 stars from 100 customers. Compared to the standard Intuos Pro, this discounted Paper Edition of Wacom tablet includes a Paper Clip, a Finetip Pen, and ten sheets of A5 paper. These additions allow you to sketch on paper and digitally store your work. There’s no need to be connected to a computer, either. Should the larger drawing area, macro keys and other more professional-grade features not be essential for you, consider opting for the Wacom Intuos Tablet at $70. For $100 less, you’ll be ditching that aforementioned functionality. But for those who want to learn the basics, it’s a more cost-effective option.  Plus, you can always use your savings to pick up some additional pen nibs alongside the tablet for under $7 at Amazon. Wacom Intuos Pro Creative Pen Large Tablet features: The Intuos Pro Creative Pen Tablet from Wacom is a flexible graphical tablet that can be used to digitize your work, and by flexible, we don’t mean bendable. By itself, the Intuos Pro is a standard drawing tablet that connects to your system via USB or Bluetooth. It has eight customizable ExpressKeys and a Touch Ring to assist you with your workflow, and comes with the Wacom Pro Pen 2, which has 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity. When combined with the separately sold Paper Clip, Finetip Pen, and paper, the Intuos Pro becomes the Intuos Pro Paper Edition, allowing you to sketch on paper and store your work without having to be online or connected to a computer. To share your sketches right away, you can connect to iOS or Android devices using Bluetooth.