We’ve all been frustrated with Photoshop at one point or another (All of these tools, but what do they do?!).
When Pat Hines decided on how he would illustrate pictures for his new eBook, he decided to ditch Photoshop and go with Microsoft Paint.
“I suck at Photoshop and other programs and have worked exclusively in Microsoft Paint for over ten years…I honed my craft working long overnights at a hospital reception desk…,” he wrote on his Deviantart page where he documented the entire process.
His novel titled, “Camp Redblood and the Essential Revenge,” tells the story of a highly unusual 1980s summer camp with monsters, ghosts, and other teenage absurdities.
“I suck at Photoshop and other programs, and have worked exclusively in Microsoft Paint for over ten years…”
“…I honed my craft working long overnights at a hospital reception desk…”
“…Then decided to write and self-publish an e-book about a summer camp set in the 1980’s…”
“…a summer camp surrounded by ghosts and monsters…”
“…and filled with goofy campers and counselors, where the teenagers are always trying to get drunk or laid…”
“…and getting into trouble…”
“…and breaking into rival camps to carry out elaborate revenge schemes…”
“…and not always succeeding.”
The book is called Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge
You can check out more information and purchase Hine’s book here.
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