|30 Apr 2008|| Linux Rocks|
CRTs can provide richer color in a fuller spectrum than most LCDs. In general, graphic artists prefer CRT monitors because they show truer colors and greater nuance-particularly useful for preparing files for printing and for using photo applications such as Adobe® Photoshop®.
CRTs may respond more quickly than some LCDs to videos and fast-action games. For some LCDs, pixels respond to voltage (being turned "on" and "off"12 more slowly than the time it takes for an electron beam to redraw a CRT screen. As a result, fast-moving images can sometimes leave visible trails, called ghosting, or appear blurry on an LCD.
CRT monitors display good brightness and color from a wide viewing angle. Some LCDs, however, look their best when you are directly in front of them, because of the way light passes through liquid crystals in the screen.
CRT monitors can switch between multiple resolution settings without a significant loss in sharpness. If you need to change your monitor resolution frequently, you may be better off with CRT technology.
Lower purchase price
CRT monitors are generally less expensive at initial purchase than LCDs. Roxanne Hancock
replies: "Thankx for the info, but I’ll still keep my Samsung LCD monitor. "
|22 May 2008|| Christian scharfenberg|
Hey thanx for the kind comments on my pictures. You have a very nice gallery too, especially the underwater pictures have a great atmosphere. Hope you aint burned out anymore? Roxanne Hancock
replies: "Thanks for your concern....I’m getting there, LOL."
|22 May 2008|| TROLL|
Nice watermark... almost invisible.... Roxanne Hancock
replies: "Yep......You’re so smart! "
|24 May 2008|| Hazel|
Thank you for your kind remarks about my art. Your sense of humor is pretty sharp as well, and your drawings are terrific! Roxanne Hancock
replies: "Thanks "
|27 May 2008|| Julia Doering|
Hey Roxanne, you commented on my page a long time ago, thank you for that (Better a late reply than none, I guess...
). I like your use of color in your photoshop paintings and the movement in the "Eryon in Trouble" pic. However, I think your paintings could be even better, if you didn’t blurr them that much. Or maybe blurr them but leave some sharper edges to focus on. Anyway, lovely art!
|1 Jun 2008|| Howard faria|
such a vibrant gallery! enjoyed the visit ^^ Roxanne Hancock
replies: "I’m glad you enjoyed your stay "
|5 Jun 2008|| Alexey Lutsenko|
Your colouring is incredible! Roxanne Hancock
replies: "Thank you three-quarters of the fun is in the coloring. "
|13 Jun 2008|| Fidreamer|
You’ve got a great gallery here
|15 Jul 2008|| Sy Maniac Sun|
yes, coloring is pretty fun
but most of the time i’m too lazy to do it lol
|10 May 2009|| MT Starkey|
Cool pics. Roxanne Hancock
replies: "Glad you enjoyed. Thanks for stopping by!"