By Ray on December 2, 2007 - 12:23pm
While you're waiting, read this... It will take your mind off the weather, maybe.
And I'm told my same-old, same-old pictures are as boring as three-day-old cow pies, so here's your chance, kiddies - Grab your digital camera, or a chunk of paper and something to make marks on it with, and show us what you can do. If you can't bear to leave the computer, then get a Wacom tablet, like a Graphire, and then find a program with which it will do vector drawing ("What the heck's that?" you ask...)- vector drawing is a drawing program type that makes smoothly-flowing lines in a computer's drawing program, as opposed to regular ones that only do bitmap type stuff. The regular ones, like many photo-editing programs, for example, will let you draw on them, but the
lines and curves are all like steps or saw teeth. Vector drawing is smooth, just like
you'd draw on a piece of paper. It just costs more...but it's easier to send places.
Here's a very rough sample, showing hand-writing, just to give you the idea of it.