Wednesday, January 16, 2008



Fellow named James left a comment on my post about Bradtastic. Followed it back to his very cool photo and ink blog. Most of his entries appear to be photos with handwritten digital annotations. He also makes fonts. Sharp stuff. Can't find mention of his writing tool, but I suspect it's a Wacom tablet. Still very cool and worth a look.



CateGoogles: Ink Blogging
Mood = curious

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Found another cool ink blog -- Yakap.org


8 Comments:

  1. That's a cool idea, I think I'll try that. I'm also thinknig about doing a Mac-based inkblog using a mac tablet or Cintiq or something...
    hm.

    I also have spellstruck.blogspot.com
    and another coming soon
    may be ink. but I think i might save that for my next big print project.

    By Blogger bradtastic, at 1/17/2008 12:57:00 AM
     

  2. why thanks! i use windows journal on a lenovo X60t :)

    By Blogger james, at 1/17/2008 01:16:00 AM
     

  3. Ive been following his blog quite some time. By far my favorite inkblog.
    Me trying to copy James: http://phonyholmes.com/?p=235

    By Anonymous Rodfather, at 1/17/2008 04:30:00 AM
     

  4. And I'm also trying to copy all of you. :)

    By Blogger archiwiz, at 1/18/2008 10:12:00 PM
     

  5. Hey there!

    Any tips on how to start Ink Blogging? I attempted to use Journal and OneNote but because I have a small screen (Asus R2H UMPC yay) I can't do a printscreen and convert to a JPEG. Either that or Windows Journal but I don't have anything to look at the TIFF file it exports to. What method do you use?

    Great blog btw!

    Mike.

    By Blogger Name: Michael Gerrard, at 1/19/2008 05:04:00 PM
     

  6. Rod, I'm long overdue to send some Link in Ink love your way. Will get on that now.

    Archiwiz, ditto.

    Michael, I posted a $2 recap a while back. It's old but still accurate. The cheaper version is that I compose in Journal, use the Snipping Tool to grab the image, and paste into The GIMP to save as JPG (the Snipping Tool does not compress JPGs, leaving the file quite large).

    By Blogger Sumocat, at 1/19/2008 05:55:00 PM
     

  7. Cheers matey!

    Mike.

    By Blogger Name: Michael Gerrard, at 1/19/2008 06:29:00 PM
     

  8. Have any of you used Inkseine by microsoft?:

    http://research.microsoft.com/users/kenh/InkSeine/

    By Blogger Dukeswharf, at 1/20/2008 09:55:00 AM
     

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