Happy New Year, LightWave 3D. Live long and prosper.
For those interested, I’m wearing a Pam Bliss shirt at 0:25 and 2:26 in this video.
I use two computers for my personal projects. One is an aging Motion Computing LE1600 TabletPC. It’s portable, but not powerful. The other is a desktop PC with a higher-resolution monitor. It’s powerful, but not portable.
I recently relettered Lore #9-11 in Manga Studio EX 4.0. I also drew two new covers for Lore #9-12. As luck would have it, I spent a portion of each day away from home during that time period. I looked for a way to use both of my machines and backup the data.
In the past, I would have used a USB flash drive and tried to remember to backup the files periodically. However, I’m lousy about manual backups. I’ve also had USB drives fail or go missing in the past, which made me skittish about entrusting my project to a USB drive.
SPX 2010 went well. I caught up with friends, saw amazing comics, ate delicious food and had a great time.
I also sold the heck out of my comic book. This was what my table looked like Saturday morning:
…and here’s what it looked like Sunday morning, after Saturday’s brisk sales:
I sold out of all of my trade paperbacks and several comics by Saturday night, leaving me only with comics to sell on Sunday.
Sales-wise, I did much better this year than at last year’s SPX. Part of it may have been luck, but I think these factors helped: ↓ Read the rest of this entry…