Paul Watson is an artist whose day job is managing a web team for a publishing company. He has been working in web development & web strategy for various companies since 1996. He lives and works in Brighton, UK.
The opinions expressed in this blog are his own personal opinions and do not necessarily represent those of his employer, friends, next-door neighbours or pet cat.
Here’s a short illustrated story for you: Steve Lieber is a comic book artist. He drew Underground, a graphic novel (written by Jeff Parker, drawn by Steve, and colored by Ron Chan). The story follows Park Ranger Wesley Fischer as she tries to save Stillwater Cave – and then has to save herself. On Sunday [...]
Software costs money. Actually that’s not true – there’s plenty of free software out there for artists, and the ones detailed below are just as good as the expensive versions. Browsers Web browsers are usually free (or their costs are “hidden” within the cost for the operating system, as is the case with Microsoft’s Internet [...]
Those of you that venture beyond this blog to other parts of this website will probably know I’m currently working on a limited edition series of handmade artists books. In this post I want to show how all the elements of this website will work together to help promote this new artwork, and a possible [...]
Freeconomics took another step into the mainstream this week, as Multiplatinum-selling pop group McFly announced they would be giving away their new CD with The Mail On Sunday on July 20th. Now, in terms of brands that combination is enough to make me vomit (I hate McFly and I hate the Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday‘s [...]