Making webcomics dilemmas – the balance between QUALITY and SPEED //
Sometimes making a webcomic feels like a fight between quality and speed. How do we balance maintaining quality while keeping up a good schedule so we don’t take forever making webcomics?
This video dives into:
– How to make sure you don’t go into necessary details when making your comic pages.
– How to use shortcuts that lets you draw your comic panels faster.
– How to make good use of artist tools like colour, value, atmosphere and texture.
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For more info on today’s topic, check out these videos:
How to figure out what’s most important in your story ▶
Choosing what to depict in your comic panels ▶
Having one core idea for your page saves you time! ▶
Programs used: for making my comic I use pen and paper for thumbnails. Clip Studio Paint for layout and balloons. Procreate on my iPad Pro with Apple Pencil for sketching and inking and Photoshop with a Wacom Cintiq for colouring.
But I believe you can make comics in any medium. My workflow is based on being away from my desktop a lot.
Get on the waitlist for my course, How to Start a Comic: https:/howtostartacomic.com
Every step of the comic process outlined in a handy checklist:
Read my webcomic, Recollection City, here:
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