Friday, June 18, 2010

How To Put In Visor Cpx

Ongoing - In progress ...

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Bluetooth Transfer Interrupted

scanning tutorial

For those of you whom it might interest... I've written a fairly detailed tutorial on scanning and post-editing traditional artwork on DeviantART. :)
It's mainly aimed at beginners, but there are a couple of tips that might be worth reading to some more advanced artists, as I learnt about them myself only recently (especially file types for long-term saving, and using the cloning tool in Photoshop to perfectly stitch together different parts of a large work and to clean-up your picture).

Pour ceux que ça peut intéresser... j'ai écrit un tutoriel assez détaillé sur la manière de scanner et éditer a traditional design on DeviantART (cons is in English). :)
is mainly for use by beginners, but there are one or two things I've discovered only recently (including the types of files, and use the cloning tool on Photoshop make connections perfect for large rooms and final cleaning of the image).

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Cody Corbin Fisher Blog

New skins are Skinizi !

My new skins are available at Skinizi ! : D Go and check
them out! For you technology addicts, skins for iPhone and iPad are now available, Along With skins for laptops, phones, and iPods.

My new skins are arranged on Skinizi ! : D
Go take a little peek! For those addicted to technology, there are now also skins for Ipad and iPhone, in addition to those for computers, phones and Ipods

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Riddle About Henrey Viii Wives

Desires copyright ...

I can not help but tell you about the little adventure funny that happened to me last night. ;)

Every few months I do a little research on Google Images for my nickname see where my illustrations are used ... and sometimes I stumble upon something really funny. For example, yesterday, I realize that my drawing is used Masquerade (Non-credit, it goes without saying) to illustrate a blog post.
Nothing very original or very funny you say - it's just the daily lot of all illustrators. Except ... eye on the banner ...

Yes! My drawing shows ... an article on a speech by Sarkozy, published on the official blog of Segolene Royal in Loire-Atlantique! Sacred Sego ... She had a good laugh with his website all rotten, and once again we see that it is still surrounded by a bunch of horns. When one manages the official website of a public figure, especially a political blog, it does not illustrate Articles with drawings retrieved from Google Images, anonymously, without permission, just because it looks pretty, with an obvious relevance in light of the article, in a style "I'm 15 and I want one skyblog "most likeable.

Well, you tell me ... not sure what to make hay.
Obviously, there is no question of usurpation, or commercial use of images, as recent cases with Zara here, here or there , or my misadventure with Pr * Mark . I agree with you.
Except that, anyway, it shows once again that people have only very vague idea of netiquette and copyrights. It's not so bad in itself ... but on a blog that claims to be a public showcase of a character like Ségolène Royal, that's spot. Not very professional, whatever. Not very clear. It shows that even on blogs that want to "serious," the mentality "it's on Google so I do what I want" prevails. It seems to me that whoever manages this blog should at least learn a little about what was right and no right to, and comply with them. ESPECIALLY on a political blog, where then is associated with an ideological content published. Which I find myself associated without having been asked my opinion. : /

Anyway I hope that you will laugh as much as me ... Of course I sent a mail to the blog to ask him to remove the image, to flooder useless comments. :) By
cons do not hesitate to turn this post around you, if you also think it's just abuse anyway!

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Hi everyone, I will not

translate all of this in Français - Because I do not think it's very Interesting for anyone to French people! Long story made short
, I just found one of my drawings Used As An illustration was (Completely Unrelated) section on a local blog of a French politician, Ségolène Royal, who was candidate for president a couple of years ago. Needless to say, this made me laugh a lot, especially because this person has had some really bad press about how her team is unprofessional with anything internet-related - but I'm still a bit annoyed because, well, I wasn't asked for permission, the picture is obviously there just to "look pretty", I'm not credited... and it's a political blog, so they should be a little bit more careful than lifting pictures off Google Images... bit unprofessional, hmm?! :)