Let's get business out of the way first so that you don't have to stay for all of that nonsensical jibber-jabber.
Finished another article on Sugarfree Critique (since people are still afraid to come forward for reviewing). This one is in regards to time management, and basically the main reason people give up on their projects. It also got featured on Animal-Comics. Whoot. Let's get objective folks. Right down to the technical. I could list off several reasons why your comic is failing but you could sit there and deny them all because, hey, it's subjective. It's all opinion, right? But today, we're going to focus on the physical and undeniable.
Yup, we're doing some math today. Now I know the majority of you probably aren't math people (I'm an English major myself) but we'll keep this simple. So there are 7 days a week, 4 weeks in a month. Easy to keep track of right? Well how many pages do you produce a week? How many pages do you produce a month?
Want to read the full article or looking for others? Go to: [link]
Anyway, as for the photshop problem. ~xAshleyMx
was very nice and helped me with the situation, so I now have a functional version of photshop. It needs some getting used to but it works, unlike my old one (which I can't even open anymore without it freezing)
Oh, if you're looking for a fun and disturbing book, for my YA Lit class we just finished Unwind
. It takes place in North America years after the 'Heartland War', a war fought by those Pro-Choice and those Pro-Life. In this world there is no means of birth control, but kids from the ages of 13-18 can be 'unwound', where their parents send them to harvest camps to have them deconstructed. Basically their organs and limbs are taken and used for transplants. The entire thing is rather dark but so engaging. Look it up if you're interested.