I'm addicted. I was doing so well, but now it's back.
Sitepoint is now 99designs apparently, following along with the randomnumber+word name trend. I am doing contents again. The good outweighs the bad, I've realized, so I'm giving them a shot again. But lo and behold, my first day back, I submit a web site design (http://BlakliteGraphics.deviantart.com/art/Text-a-Cab-83646786) but I'm too late and the contest is already closed. Woo hoo.
But I have a few other contests im in that I think are promising. Easy $500.
You know, it's one thing when Gametrailers.com "revamps" their design to the piece of crap you see today, but it is also another thing when they do a quick google search to grab a picture of kirby (that happens to be my Kirby Canvas Curse wallpaper) without asking or giving permission where due.
Note the "game cover."
All the more reason to start watermarking my work.
On a site note, what is with all of my early submissions disappearing on DevArt? The copies on here are the only ones I had and now
Can the world do me a favor and bring back roller blades? Thanks.
Soon to come: magazine layout, various illustrations, a complete album design, posters and more. I love my classes!
I just passed 20,000 Page views so I suppose that would call for some celebration, no? I really don't have much to upload. I have a lot of work I am working on from my Graphic Design and Computer Illustrations classes, but I want to upload all of those at once so I suppose you get to wait for me to finish. :)
Journal CSS is fun!
And on a side note, does anyone have an invite to a private torrent trackers? With Oink and Demonoid gone, I am trackerless and
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