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Comic tutorial pt. 2 by SpongeMuffin Comic tutorial pt. 2 by SpongeMuffin
[link] <-- part one
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Thimbles-Thursday Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
This was actually really helpful.
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dragonvampiress0115 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
can you do a tutorial on how to shade?
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GreenLioness Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2010
Thanks for making this it's quite helpful <3
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ccRask Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2009  Professional General Artist
lol, mustache. Very informative!
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xXxIhime-chanxXx Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2009  Hobbyist
This tutorial helped sooo much! I suck at all sorts of comic makings, and now they look much better!! You are my savior!
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C-adavr-e Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2009
this helps...A LOT! thanks!!
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poptarts-at-2am Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2009
And always remember, swirly mustaches make a good comic great.

This is all really informative, thanks for making it!

Can you group layers in the version of Photoshop you have? I think it could really cut some time on your shading. I love groups, they're so nifty! XD

Also, I've tried the "stroke" version of making outlines for speechbubbles, but they come out all pixilated. Is there a way to get around that, do you know?
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SpongeMuffin Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2009
I've never heard of grouping, what is it? :O

Hmmm, what size was your image at?
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poptarts-at-2am Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2009
If you make one layer, say the skin, and you want to shade it, make another layer directly above the first, and press control+g or go to Layer then Group with Previous. That way, when you shade on the new, grouped layer, you can only color where the initial layer covers. Basically, you can't go outside the lines (lines in this instance being whatever you colored with the "skin" layer) and you won't have to do the step of erasing the shading.

I don't recall. Is this something I'm going to have to just resize to get it to not be pixel-y? XD
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SpongeMuffin Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2009
Oooooooooh, neat! I so didn't know about that!


Well, I'm not sure, really XD But I know the smaller an image is, the more pixel-y it gets.
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