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Art / Re: Comic Art Help
January 06, 2009, 08:46:05 PM
This is my process:

1. Write out an outline so you have a basis for a beginning, middle, and end.
2. Write out one chapter.
3. Do storyboards for each comic page.
4. Do a full scale pencil sketch of a page (in sequence of course)
5. Use a lightbox to ink on a separate piece of paper using Staedler inking pens.
6. Scan into Photoshop (600dpi) and do page cleaning.
7. SAVE AS A BITMAP.  Anything else other than bitmap will look so bad later on.
8. Open in  Deleter Comicworks
9. Do all toning you need, each tone on separate layer.
10.  Save both as a Comicworks file and for web.
11. Open web version of page in photoshop and add all text you need.
12. FINALLY~ :D  Publish to web. : >

And of course if you don't have comicworks just do all your toning and other work on photoshop : D!  You also do not need to save in bitmap for that so yeaaa : D
Art / Re: Comic Art Help
January 05, 2009, 07:08:50 AM
/I love diving into old threads on this site.

ALSO.  I enjoy the book Drawing Words and Writing Pictures by Jessica Abel and Mat Madden.

It's an entire course divided into 15 lessons on the making of graphic novels.  Very nice.  I own it, it's a really good one.
Applications / Re: TimeSpaz [application]
January 03, 2009, 09:24:45 PM
Aha~ XD  Yep!

There are a few of us here and there.  We meet in an abandoned sewage drain 10,000 miles below the city once a month to talk about the newest string of code, flashy new computer skins, and of course - youtube video's.

It's a harsh life, but someone has to do it!
Applications / Re: TimeSpaz [application]
January 02, 2009, 02:34:06 PM
Haha, it's ok.  People get busy all the time and forget things.  It is totally understandable.

But yea, if you don't mind I am still interested.
Applications / Re: TimeSpaz [application]
November 19, 2008, 09:44:03 PM
ahh~~ I always seem to miss something. Sorry about that. haha

Well, 3Eoclock would be very nice for me, so that I guess!  Thanks so much~!
Applications / Re: TimeSpaz [application]
November 13, 2008, 09:49:00 PM
I have some, but I have forgotten almost everything.

My best friend however is a web designer and already has a template made out for me.  I know how to edit code and everything so I can keep it up myself, it's just the actual start of it that I suck at. haha

You can see it here:

It will just need a few minor tweaks to it - such as name and art of course as this is somewhat old - but other than that it should be all ready to go.

And thank you very much for the compliment.  And yeah, the pages are old, I plan on redoing them soon as I have time - finals for college are coming up so my teachers are giving out work at light speed. haha :'3


Also I will probably need to make a new layout.  I'll make one ASAP.  I currently have a bus to design and an essay to write. haha later
Art / Re: Favorite Inking Pens
November 12, 2008, 11:48:41 PM
I use Staedtler, which I always manage to misspell, no matter what.

They pretty cheap, and pretty good at what they do.  Although I've been wanting to get some NeoPiko Inkers as well, give those a whirl.

Also I've used Sakura Microns once, expensive little things and I've gotta say, they work the same as the Staedtler ones I use. ;w;
Applications / TimeSpaz [application]
November 12, 2008, 10:03:33 PM
UserName/NickName: 3Eoclock
Desired Web Address: http://timespaz.xepher.ner
e-mail: katrina.anjolie [at] gmail [dot] com
Site Title: TimeSpaz

The site I wish to own will be a personal art site to post my portfolio works, general works, short animations, web comics, tutorials and other things art-like I create.

The animations will be hosted elsewhere as to not take up too much space.

My work is currently hosted elsewhere, but I'd very much like to have a private hosting site to show potential employers, and anyone else who wishes to see a portfolio from me.

Thank you very much for the time, if you would like to see samples of my work you can reach me at my deviant art site located here: