Monthly Archives: November 2014

Five things I learned while playing with Painter Essentials 5

Let’s get one thing out of the way, I’m not an artist. I love art. I love looking at it, studying it, talking about it and working with software that creates it. But if you were to ask me to … Continue reading

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The art of STANDING OUT in a social media world

Turn your inspiration into art with Painter Essentials 5 Art is continually changing, but the explosion of mobile apps and online sharing transformed the art landscape forever. It took artistic freedom to a whole new level, giving both artists and … Continue reading

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Time is running out to take advantage of free Corel software with the Teacher-Try-It Program

You may remember that earlier this year, Corel introduced the Teacher-Try-It Program, allowing qualified teachers and faculty members in the U.S. and Canada to download free Corel software. Educators looking to enhance their students’ technology skills can do so, with some … Continue reading

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SGIA: What an Adventure!

A few weeks ago, I attended SGIA Expo 2014 in Las Vegas with some of my colleagues. This was my first trip to SGIA, and let me tell you what an adventure this was. The Hall at the Las Vegas … Continue reading

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