I have almost nothing of worth to say. I just wanted to express my amusement at the way monitors work. My monitor at home makes those openCanvas doodles I've been playing with look like the pencil shade I'm using is almost blue (it's black, actually). On my monitor at work, they indeed look black--just the way a pencil should, in fact.
I suppose I ought to look into calibrating my monitor at home. Problem is, that blue/black thing doesn't seem to change, no matter how I adjust it. I suppose it's because it's a flat-screen. This here monster I have at work is an old-fashioned trinitron.
EDIT: Oh, oh! I want to help a dude out. Blaquesmith's a good artist with a nifty-looking project--a comic that he hopes to sell and publish. He's got some older raws of the pages in his gallery, and currently he's working on better-quality finished drafts of the sample pages. Lovely pencilling. But he needs a colorist. If you're interested in putting your hand into a project with the potential for publication, check out his LJ (blaquesmith.deviantart.com/jou…) and maybe try your hand at finishing one of the sample pages he has ready.
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