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    Comic strip

    This is a thing I've been working on.

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    I like how the frame turned out, and think I'm keeping it.
    Not happy with the main char in the last window though... I do have a hand drawn version (there's 6 animals all in all at the moment), of all of the chars, and I'm thinking about scanning them and using them instead, just flipping them around and ajusting limbs.
    I'm guessing it's possible to do this with the stensil tool.

    I'll post more stuff as it comes along.

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    Looking good, well done
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenmo View Post
    Looks like it'll be a cool comic....
    It's just my weird thoughts down on paper

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    It'll work but you will have inconsistency of line weight if you are resizing them. So you may have to size them and trace over for a new drawing and erase the source one on a layer below.

    This looks brilliant!!!!!! Very cool look. For fun or whatever motivates you, you're doing excellent work.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Looks great, Chinchi. I used to do comic stuff years ago, would be fun to go back to it and have a play. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Really fine! Are they going to get some colors too?
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Looks good
    How will be ? Colors or B/W?
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    D Akey:
    I think you are right on that thought. What it comes down to is, that I just have to practise and get comfertable with the tablet and the AR tools.
    I've redone the hedgehog (because thats what that thing eating a worm is ) a couple of times now, and it's getting better and better.

    To those of you who asked about colours:
    No, no colours. Some background details maybe (trees and the like), but not colour.

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    Like the start of your comic strip.....looking forward to some more on this from you.
    So get and stay comfortable with what your doing....It's all good!
    Take care,
    Steve

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