Nest Thermostat: 1st Impressions

Thermostats have always been so utilitarian in my world, I’ve never given them much thought. They’re largely invisible devices that only bring attention to themselves when the temperature levels become …

 
Mounting a Cintiq: Part 2

In my last post, I shared my thoughts on using the Loctek 7DL mounting arm with my Wacom Cintiq 27 QHD drawing tablet. This time around I’m looking at the …

 
Mounting a Cintiq: Part 1

Wacom’s Cintiq 27 QHD is a massive piece of kit. While it’s an AMAZING drawing device, out of the box it lacks adjustability. Since hunching over my Cintiq for hours …

 
New T-shirts!

At long last, new T-shirts are in my Threadless store, with a revised focus on my love for drawing vehicles. These designs will be available at a discounted price until …

 
Flume for Instagram

Raise your hands if you’ve wished for an Instagram viewer on the Mac. Okay, me too. (I’m pcweenies on Instagram if you care to see my scribbles.) While looking at …

 
Thoughts on the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD

When I first saw the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD model a year ago, I was instantly smitten. Last week, I ordered one for myself. It’s been in the studio for a …

 
Studio Tour: 2016 edition

Now that I’ve had a chance to clean up the clutter, it’s time for a studio tour. Come on in and make yourselves at home. First stop, my Etherington Bros. …

 
Review: FrameItEasy Custom Frames

Okay, shortest review ever. I needed a custom picture frame for a recent print that I purchased from the wickedly talented Etherington Bros. The print was a custom size (16 …

 
Review: Art of Atari

As a child, I owned a Colecovision, but my first exposure to video game consoles was through the Atari 2600. I have many fond memories of going to department stores …