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Digital Illustrator and artists Mac setup and desk

This weeks featured desk setup belongs to Krishna Sadasivam, a sequential artist, designer, and illustrator, who uses his Apple and Mac gear to create awesome comics, digital illustrations, and cartoons. Let’s learn a bit more…

What hardware does your current Mac setup include?

My setup includes:

MacBook Pro (early 2008 ) – 2.53GHz CPU with 4GB RAM, 120GB OWC SSD Mac Pro (early 2008 model)  [Read More...]

Digital Illustrator and artists Mac setup and desk

This weeks featured desk setup belongs to Krishna Sadasivam, a sequential artist, designer, and illustrator, who uses his Apple and Mac gear to create awesome comics, digital illustrations, and cartoons. Let’s learn a bit more…

What hardware does your current Mac setup include?

My setup includes:

MacBook Pro (early 2008 ) – 2.53GHz CPU with 4GB RAM, 120GB OWC SSD Mac Pro (early 2008 model)  [Read More...]

  Does the recent spat over Writer Pro and its software-patenting shenanigans leave you wishing you could use its beautiful Nitti Light font in a different developer’s app? Or are you so scarred by years of using Microsoft Word that… Read more ›     

openmac  Why does Apple put all kinds of weird screws on your Mac and iPhone that take an Apple Genius to unlock? Because a little guy lives inside there doing all the work! HaaHAa! *rimshot* Microsoft commissioned Eldon Dedini to make the comic above and a couple others back in 1985 to poke fun at [...]

The post The Real Reason Apple Doesn’t Want You Opening Your Mac [Comic] appeared first  [Read More...]

YACReader, or Yet Another Comic Reader, is exactly what it says it is: a comic book reading app. Only it should be called TOCRYEL, or The Only Comic Reader You’ll Ever Need.

Comics+iPad=awesomeness. We all know that already. But getting the comics into an app is usually far from awesome. This is the first thing that sets YACReader apart: While the iOS app is new, the desktop version isn’t. There’s a reader  [Read More...]

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Steve & Steve, an online graphic novel being undertaken by Patrick Sean Farley, has got to be the trippiest thing you’ll ever read about the friendship between Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak, in their early HP/Atari days.

How trippy? Well, in the graphic novel, Steve & Steve drop acid in a strange geodesic dome in the middle of the woods, where they begin to debate the origins of technology, Steve Jobs called Arthur C. Clarke  [Read More...]

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Another publisher is feigning surprise about Apple’s App Store policies today, claiming that Cupertino has “banned” an upcoming issue of a digital combic book from being sold in any iOS app due to “two postage stamp-sized images of gay sex.”

The comic in question is called Saga. Published by Image Comics and written by famous comics writer Brian K. Vaughan (who was behind the fantastic Vertigo series Y: The Last Man),  [Read More...]

If you haven’t gotten enough of Robert Kirkman’s uber-popular Walking Dead series, you’ll love this. On his Twitter feed today, Kirkman posted a link to the the website for new, also episodic, iOS game, The Walking Dead: Assault.

It looks much more like the comic, and allows you to play as one of the characters from the original series of Eisner Award-winning comic books, published by Image Comics.

The first episode is  [Read More...]

 

Unaware of Scott Forstall’s recent exit from Apple, Siri will tell you that information on Forstall can be found on Apple.com, even though Apple already moved him from the Executive Profiles page.

Somebody’s got to break it to Siri that her buddy Scott is gone, and who better than Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and Phil Schiller. In their latest comic, Joy of Tech imagines what that awkward conversation with Siri would  [Read More...]

You’ve got a bit under six days left to get your grubby little Temple Run mitts on the first issue of the new Temple Run comic book, published by Ape Entertainment and Imangi Studios. This limited collector’s edition is only available for a limited time and is print to order only, which means that come November 5th, you’ll no longer be able to order it again.

Unless you buy it from someone  [Read More...]