Jambox: 白い夏と緑の自転車赤い髪と黒いギター by the Pillows


We’re going through a bit of a heat wave at the moment, which made me remember one of my favorite songs by the Pillows. The title is a mouthful, but it translates to “White Summer and Green Bike, Red Hair and Black Guitar.” Love the imagery.

I had intended on having a write-up on ConnectiCon done by now, but I should’ve known better since I do most of my writing on weekends. I edited the photos for it already, so there’s a good chance I’ll have it up early next week. This week has actually been really productive for me otherwise: I’ve starting laying out pages for our next guide in InDesign, and I scripted, thumbnailed, and sketched pages for a 6 page comic that’s due at the end of the month. The project it’s for is under wraps so I can’t really offer any previews, but I did tweet some preliminary studies for it:

(Ignore the shoulder/arm situation. Blech) This is the first time I’m producing a comic in Photoshop, and I have to say that I might actually prefer it to Manga Studio, which had been my go-to all this time.

I have a meeting later with a friend to talk about future Culty stuff. I’m in the middle of brainstorming a way to help people import and play Japanese games without needing to know the language. A major litmus test for thinking up a new product or service is the question “would I personally use it?”, and in this case my answer would be a resounding yes. Let’s hope others feel the same way.



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I like to write my college essay for me and like the editing which you have done in this picture. Now Photoshop has made things very easy and we can draw and made thousands of changes in the pictures with the available effects. So don’t worry and have faith in your art. But I have not used the Manga studio.


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