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Hi. I'm a professional freelance animator based in London, England. you can see bits of my work on www.sisterson.co.uk. Cheers!
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,737 - Total Helpful Votes: 1849 of 2000
Huion Pen Monitor 21.5 Inches Pen Display Tablet M&hellip by Huion
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is a very acceptable alternative to the Wacom Cintiq if you don't have 1500 burning a hole in your pocket. Mine arrived from China in about five days via DHL, packed in a good strong box.
The instructions could be better - they tell you to load the drivers from the CD before you plug the device in, then to restart the computer, but not whether you should plug it in before restarting. A reviewer on YouTube warns to be sure you loads the drivers first otherwise Windows will load the wrong one for you, and I had a panic moment when I found Windows doing just that after I restarted, but it seems to work fine anyway.
The pen feels a little less sturdy than a Wacom, and lacks the… Read more
Visions of Light [1992] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Arnold Glassman
Visions of Light [1992] [DVD] DVD ~ Arnold Glassman
I didn't get more that a few minutes into this before deciding to return it. Why? Because this is a documentary about the art of cinema - a subject that demands the best quality transfer. The blurb on the back cover even acknowledges this by boasting about the high definition transfers used... but what we get isn't even standard def, it's lower than that.
Why? Because this is a 4x3 transfer of a documentary that was made in widescreen...that is, it was transferred to DVD with old 4x3 tv screens in mind. The result is that when you play it on a modern TV, you get black bars at the sides to frame the 4x3 image, AND black bars at the top and bottom to frame the widescreen transfer within… Read more
Historical Atlas of the British Isles, The by Alex Swanston
Like others here, I wish I'd taken the time to read the reviews. It looks like an interesting book but the maps are completely illegible and therefore meaningless. Why did anyone involved in this think this would be acceptable? All I can imagine is that they wanted to produce a taster for the hard copy in which case there must have been a less annoying way of doing it.

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