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Here is a look at Saga Orsdotter’s finished axe!
Thanks to PioneerArtisanworks for the updates and this amazing axe!
Just to clarify, this is a real axe. It is meant to be used for normal axe uses at Avegost and as a prop as well, not ever for LARP combat use.
ALRIGHTY RANT TIME…
We all know those people who all hate on Macintoshes as “Their hardware isn’t the best for gaming!” or “I don’t like the Operating System, it’s not good for gaming.” And while that’s true, people don’t seem to understand the value of a Macintosh to some people.
As a designer, gamer, and computer enthusiast, I didn’t buy a MacBook Pro for the performance or the usability of it…
I bought for presentation purposes.
There’s a reason why I have 2 computers, I use my Desktop for gaming, heavy renders, and big artwork files; and I use my MacBook Pro for general portable computer use, occasional mobile artwork that’s not that demanding, and mainly presentation. To be completely honest, I like OS X, a lot. Hell, I even like it more than Windows at this point, mainly for the design features of OS X.
I mean, come on, who wants to see someone come in for an interview with their big ‘gaming’ laptop that’s more of a Desktop replacement than a laptop and that has a battery life of about an hour with so much unnecessary power and speed that a lot of the time, won’t get used to it’s fullest extent to show their portfolio when you can have someone with a nice, elegant laptop that’s nice an compact, with a good design, and with enough power to do everyday tasks without slowing down to show their portfolio instead?
Sure, Macintoshes may not work so well as a gaming computer, but if you’re gonna want to get a job as a designer or try to get a job that requires a portfolio, I would get a Macintosh for that very purpose.
Also, have a picture of my current setup…
Design shops I’ve worked for used to laugh at people that did bring in some over the top flashy gaming laptop. In their eyes when they see a computer with 40 fans on it and a bunch of LED’s, they’ll see you as some 16 year old gaming nerd and not a designer.
Exactly. If you are a designer, and you’re gonna be presenting your portfolio, I would highly recommend a laptop that looks good for presenting, not for games.
You could just buy a regular HP laptop and save about 600 dollars like a sane person lol
Really though, any laptop is presentable lol. Why spend like 1700 dollars on a MacBook and instead just buy a nice Dell laptop or something.
It’s true. There’s nothing a Mac can do that a PC can’t do better.