The redesign of dannydebi.com is finally done and live!
The current design is version 8 and makes even more use of CSS for the look and feel than before.
Gone is also the black color background. Even though I’m a fan of black and it fits the topics of my drawings, I went for a black, white and red color combination and in that color combo a white background somehow made it look more stylish and was better option than black.
The black background can still be found on the music and link page though, because the color combination for those pages has remained black & blue with tints of gold/beige.
Feel free to browse through dannydebi.com!
The best wishes for 2011!
Lets make it another creative, fun, successful and entertaining year!
Next month one of the biggest convention of Europe will be held as F.A.C.T.S. 2010 takes place in Ghent, Belgium.
Frank Cho, Greg Capullo, Dirk Benedict and Dwight Schulz are one of the many guests who’ll be present.
And not to forget yours truly will also be present with a Hellene stand! So, if you’re in the neighbourhood or want to visit one of coolest conventions, do come by.
I set up this blog via WordPress almost a year ago, but kept using my Pivot blog. Now it’s official, this will be the only blog I’ll keep updating.
For those who want to visit my old blog and read the old entries, it will all stay online. There’s link in the menu to access it.
Last weekend I got a Sony Vaio Laptop. I didn't like the performance of my iMac so getting a Macbook was out of the question, no matter how cool they look.
Also, this time I wanted to use the computer mainly for accessing the Internet and working on my website and blogs and less for graphics. So, in order to use the computer whenever and more importantly wherever I want I decided to go for a laptop this time instead of a desktop.
My new Vaio looks really cool and includes a BluRay player which is nice in case I decide to switch to BluRay discs instead of DVDs.
But more importantly it has Windows 7 installed as the OS which I'm hearing good things about. Windows 7 visually looks different than XP (duh) so the first few days it's going to be getting used to the specifics of Windows 7. So far I like the themes and the speed with which I can open files again