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All Articles by Tammy Coron

Art Set Pro review: It's fun, but is it fantastic?

When I reviewed ArtRage some of you asked me to take a look Art Set Pro as well. Since I'm not one to back down from a challenge, I coughed up the $6.99 and downloaded myself a copy. So, was it worth it? Well…

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ArtRage review: A cheaper alternative to creating digital art?

Ambient Design, Ltd., a New Zealand based company, is the developer behind ArtRage. According to their website, "ArtRage gives you real world painting tools on your computer in a stylish, easy to use environment that lets you get down to the process of creating without digital distractions." I needed to see this in action, so I decided to check it out. But, as a die-hard Adobe and Toon Boom user, I wasn't exactly sure if I would find ArtRage useful. As it turns out, it's a pretty cool app.

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iTunes Connect 3.0 review

According to Apple, iTunes Connect 3.0 has been completely revamped. With that comes the ability to better, more easily manage your products. This includes having access to the music, movies, TV shows, and books you've made available on the iTunes Store. Prior to this update, users were only able to manage their apps and books. So, how well does it work?

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Toon Boom Storyboard Pro Review

Storyboard Pro is one of the outstanding animation apps made by Toon Boom Animation. They are the Industry standard with clients like Disney, Warner Bros, and Pixar. Now, I’m not a storyboard artist. I’m also not an animator. While I’ve always been interested in the art of animation, it’s only recently that I started doing it. After some initial research, I decided to use Toon Boom Storyboard Pro and Harmony to create the cut scenes for my game, Crow’s Quest.

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Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch review

The Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch offers a full HD experience with a screen resolution of 1900x1200 pixels, and an aspect ratio of 16:10. Currently, it is Wacom’s highest color performance display delivering a staggering 97% of Adobe’s RGB color gamut with more than 1 billion colors. All of this is packed into a 24” multi-touch display weighing in at 28.6 kg (63.8 lbs), including the stand. It also costs $2,999! So, it is worth it?

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