MSPaintbrush vs. MSPaint: A Refresher
Some kid out there on the internet mentioned my artwork and told his readers that I "apparently use MSPaint." In context, the "apparently" reads like a slightly disdainful qualifier, as in, "I can't see it myself, and in any case I don't think it's a particularly great use of MSPaint, but that's what the guy says--I'm just telling you." Of course I don't share the ambivalent feelings but do think it's time to trot out an earlier post where I explained the difference between MSPaintbrush (which rules) and MSPaint (which I use occasionally even though it's inferior).
This post via RSS is titled "MSPaintbrush vs. MSPaint: Biennial Refresher" which I read as "MSPaintbrush vs. MSPaint Biennial: Refresher."
While not quite as exciting as the prospect of a MSPaintbrush vs. MSPaint Biennial, an informative read none the less.
Whoops--Biennial was misspelled in my archive caption. I fixed it there and in your reference to it. Thanks, and I'm glad you found the refresher informative!
I believe if there can be a NY show called "Drunk vs Stoned" the world is ready for a Paint vs Paintbrush Biennial.