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Thread: Comic Book Odds and Ends (UPDATED 3-30-2013)

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    Arrow Comic Book Odds and Ends (UPDATED 3-30-2013)

    For anyone who enjoys creating Comic Books/Strips, I thought I'd share some of the resources I've created for use in ArtRage Studio Pro.

    (EDIT: 3-30-2013) - It was requested that I pack my Odds and Ends into an ARpack for easier installation. Meeting this request, I've also packed in some other extras, such as my personal "Pencil" Sticker Spray Presets, extra Speed Line Sticker Spray Presets, and a few other goodies. The ARpack can be downloaded here: LINK.

    I'll be leaving the individual links up here, for those members who do not have a version of ArtRage that can use the ARpacks, but can use the .prs and .stk files.


    __RESOURCES________________________________
    ♦ The following three resources were created by me, by hand, with ArtRage (Read More):
    ♦ These next attachments may take some explaining to use, so if you have questions, ask about them, and I'll get back to you.
    • Perspective Line Grid Maker (Sticker Spray Preset and Sticker):
    ○ Sticker Set: Perspective Lines.stk
    ○ Sticker Spray Preset: Perspective Lines.prs
    • Speed Line Generator (Sticker Spray Preset and Sticker):
    Last edited by Someonesane; 03-31-2013 at 02:37 PM.
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    Okay, I only really added this post, because I ran out of attachment space on my first post and I wanted to get all the presets in there, so I attached them here, but added them to the post above (so in short, don't bother downloading the attachments at the bottom of this post, because you've already got them if you downloaded the ones above).

    So this post isn't a total waste otherwise, here are some example images that make use of the resources provided in my first post:

    Here's some examples of the speed lines:
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    Here's how the Perspective Lines can be used to create a two point perspective grid:

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    Last edited by Someonesane; 10-26-2010 at 04:48 PM. Reason: added items
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Thank you. You are good news for Artragers

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    Great stuff....

    I was just thinking on picking up a book or two by comic legend Will Eisner...

    http://books.wwnorton.com/books/book...&currentpage=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmc View Post
    Thank you. You are good news for Artragers

    No problem


    Quote Originally Posted by kenmo View Post
    Great stuff....

    I was just thinking on picking up a book or two by comic legend Will Eisner...

    http://books.wwnorton.com/books/book...&currentpage=1

    Thanks . I was just looking (not even 20 minutes ago) at a Will Eisner Book I bought a few years back (Comics & Sequential Art by Will Eisner). Very useful stuff.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    most useful stencils - O how I have needed perspective guidelines such as these... many thanks

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    Ah, thanks guys! Some very useful stuff here - might tempt me back into doing comics!

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    I grew up on Marvel comics...Jack Kirby is still one of favs....

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    Wink speed lines

    Quote Originally Posted by Someonesane View Post
    For anyone who enjoys creating Comic Books/Strips, I thought I'd share some of the resources I've created for use in ArtRage Studio Pro.♦ These next attachments may take some explaining to use, so if you have questions, ask about them, and I'll get back to you.
    • Perspective Line Grid Maker (Sticker Spray Preset and Sticker):
    • Speed Line Generator (Sticker Spray Preset and Sticker):
    Hi Someonesane, i just downloaded your sticker set for speed lines, but when applying it I only see a sort of mikado sticks cris-crossing. I suppose I'm not doing it right, so I'll appreciate some suggestions from the creator. Thxs in advance!

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