So, finally, FINALLY, somebody has made a Table PC worthy of being called an Alternative Cintiq. That is, bigger than the garden variety 12" screens which have been popping up all over the place lately.
Dell's new Inspiron 15 7000 (7568) with FHD 15.6" screen. And Wacom's AES digitizer tech!
I picked up the low end model, with a Core i3, 4Gigs of RAM and a spinning platter hard drive. -And because it was built only a few months ago, it is now the fastest computer I own. -Over the past few years, I've been working on a bunch of old eBay Penabled TPCs from last decade, and doing pretty well I might add. But this is a big ste
Come and visit my comics!
Mark Oakley here. I've been in the comics game for quite some time now. I've published a small stack of graphic novels, the big title of which is, "Thieves & Kings" (Now working on the 7th GN for that.) That one isn't a web comic.
My webcomics include "Stardrop" (which updates slowly but regularly. Two pages worth of self-contained story every second Thursday. The first Graphic Novel hit the comic shops back in June).
And "Jenny Mysterious" a sci-fi adventure about a regular girl who has been caught so long in a 20-year recurring time-loop that she's accumulated crazy kung-fu skills and enormous kno
I've always enjoyed your work. But after going through your Sraps page here I realized you're a kindred spirit, always trying to find that better setup, even if it means making it yourself. Though with your whole laptop setup, you've way outdone anything I've attempted.