Writing this post on my new chromebook. It's running Ubuntu KDE, a minimal install. Maybe I should run Debian KDE but whatever - I'm just using this as a development machine and to type blog posts. I've tried to install my wacom tablet on it but no luck. I may have better luck if I install Fedora but from what I've looked at Ubuntu/Debian are the only supported systems on Chromebooks. I'm still using my desktop to paint and here are the results. First up, GetsDrawn logo take two: gdrawn-line     Line layer. GetsDrawn drawn in all caps with spiky clouds surrounding the text. gdrawn-bw     GetsDrawn grayscale layer. The text is dark with background light. Outer layer is dark also. gdrawn-color   GetsDrawn colour layer. Moving away from the retro colours and back into some that I usually use. Yellow and darker yellow for text. Blue background, and new blue around outer edge. I tried a darker of the blue but wasn't happy with it so picked a new blue. retdino-line RetroDino line layer. Fun creating this dino from imagination. In the background there is a landscape with a sun similar to what I created in Mr Sunshin game. Clouds, trees, water. retdino-bw   Grayscale tonal layer. Certainly cutting back on the detail and information in this. Tonal layers take time and are tiring retdino-color Colour. Retro colours as inspired from the point and click game jam. treemons-line   Line layer. Lots of doodling of dinos and landscapes.treemons-bw   Grayscale. Spend awhile on this, and though I didn't get it completely finished, I am happy with it.