A Replacement Printer

Having some ink left over from an old printer played a small part in a decision to replace it, with the exact same model. The EPSON WorkForce 7610D turned out to be an extremely useful printer in my case: The WiFi printing, you do not need wires to print. The ability to scan in A3…

Tech: Moleskine Pen

Productive, convenient, efficient. The Moleskine pen is a thing that has improved my project and personal work process. Possibly, most likely, extremely biased review, as I have never used anything like it – besides a tablet. You can use it offline (disconnected from Bluetooth), you can email the document at stages of editing, and you…

The Workload Sync

As you work, you may need to organise events, backup work or even send documents to another team member. There are more than enough apps out there to help the business flow run smoothly, establishing that there is a lot to be done and minimising the transfer or work rate. Some of the ones we found…

Some Design Tips

Some new materials have been produced by curvecfd, in the form of free informational PDFs. These contain some useful things picked up over the years, around 3 specific topics: Computer Maintenance With tips on memory usage, backup/restore points and software – including Anti-virus Illustration/Drawing Ideas of how to start out with sketchbooks, digital drawing and the…

Magazine Subscription Pick

Going with the subscription package of NPhoto was the more appropriate decision for curve, when the camera used for photography is a Nikon. This magazine has a lot of great and useful articles and always comes with a bonus in the form of additional information on a disc. This edition contains videos that help with…

A Few Accessories

Over the past few months we have been travelling quite a bit, and so we wanted to share some of the items that we have purchased, to help enable us to be able to work more efficiently on the go: Stylus Pen – It is mainly used for digital drawing on an iPad but you can turn it…

HP Flatbed Scanner

Buying a flatbed scanner is much more cost effective, if you do not need to print documents constantly. The last all-in-one we had, would never allow copying/scanning if there was low ink in the printer. Even if only the black ink was full but the colour was low, it would never go through. This HP made product…