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Interview With Dan Hipp. Blazedent recently had chance to chat with artist Dan Hipp via e-mail about his latest project, Gayakushu! What followed was an interview that touched on everything from his hit Image series The Amazing Joy Buzzards to aquatic sports. Behold, one of the most interesting Blazedent interview to date. Enjoy!

BlazedEnt (BE): Dan, I have just recently read Gyakushu! vol. 1 and I must say, it was great! What has the overall response been like for the book?"

Dan Hipp (DH): From what I can tell, it's been pretty grand. I was a little weirded out at first because all the reviews were really positive, and I just generally don't trust things that everybody loves. But then, I saw a negative review and it felt like I'd finally arrived. HIGH FIVES!!!

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Interview with Takeshi Miyazawa. Mary Jane. You might know Canadian born Takeshi Miyazawa from his work on the fan favorite Mary Jane and Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane. Takeshi recently moved to Japan to pursue comic writing in the Japanese market. Reporter James Chan caught up with Takeshi via e-mail to get an update on his status in Japan as well as what the future holds for him.

And as Y the Last Man comes to a close this January, reporter James Chan conducted an interview via e-mail with Y artist Pia Guerra to get her thoughts on the book, how she feels now that it is ending, and what her plans are for the future.

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Adobe Photoshop's Tool Palette covered in detail. When you start Photoshop, the Tools palette appears at the left of the screen. Some tools in the Tools palette have options that appear in the context-sensitive options bar. These include the tools that let you use type, select, paint, draw, sample, edit, move, annotate, and view images. Other tools allow you to change foreground/background colors, go to Adobe Online, and work in different modes.

You can expand some tools to show hidden tools beneath them. A small triangle at the lower right of the tool icon signals the presence of hidden tools. Get a short description that documents every tool Photoshop's Tool Palette has to offer. A great reference guide for Photoshop users.

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