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:
Line layer. GetsDrawn drawn in all caps with spiky clouds surrounding the text.
GetsDrawn grayscale layer. The text is dark with background light. Outer layer is dark also.
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.
Grayscale tonal layer. Certainly cutting back on the detail and information in this. Tonal layers take time and are tiring
Grayscale. Spend awhile on this, and though I didn’t get it completely finished, I am happy with it.