He waited for you.



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Comic 60 - He waited for you.

Posted on 21st May 2012, 1:03 AM by Cammi (edit | delete)

This little intermission is about three pages and I'll get them all up as soon as I can. Chapter 3 is all written up now so I can start drawing it immediately after this is over.

Last week I ordered a book called "Hi-Fi Coloring for Comics," but it turned out to be a mistake purchase. This is more of "HOW TO APPLY COLOR WITH PHOTOSHOP" tutorial and less the "HOW TO HARMONIZE YOUR DIGITAL COLORS" tutorial I really need. :| There's an adventure comic I need to reboot one of these days but I need to learn how to pick good colors. I've already been slapping color via Photoshop for twelve years now. It's definitely a great book for Photoshop first-timers, though!


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AmaarePosted on 22nd May 2012, 12:07 AM by Amaare (edit | delete)

Hmmm, this is intermission? Looks propper comicy so far.
Nice glasses work in the last pannel btw.

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CammiPosted on 24th May 2012, 11:58 PM by Cammi (edit | delete)

I couldn't get TOO lazy with the art. It'd look like.... Immortal Fool-ish! xD

And thanks!

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AmaarePosted on 25th May 2012, 10:41 PM by Amaare (edit | delete)

You're quite welcome Miss Luna. *bows*
Do you mind if I steal the phrase "Immortal Foolish"?

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SilverpraetorianPosted on 25th May 2012, 7:46 AM by Silverpraetorian (edit | delete)

I can understand your desire to want to get better at harmonizing colors, but I do have to say I like how you use just splashes of color for now. Can't really put the reason why into words.

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CammiPosted on 28th May 2012, 1:36 PM by Cammi (edit | delete)

Thank you very much.

I guess I just get pretty envious when I see other artists really raise the bar with how they pick colors. It would be too much of a drastic change to put this comic in full color (along with many more hours of work put on each page) so I won't be making that kind of change anytime soon.

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