that's what I'd probably do too. If I had manga studio . I'm kind of guessing you have to pay for that program right?
Um is it really?...I've been trying to get out of that whole style and move on to more of a horror type. However, it never works out got any tips?..before I get spammed with horror filled gifs...because I saw this one Korean comic...let's just say my reaction was priceless
You could download for free if you looked around, but my mom doesn't allow me to download programs online, so she just bought it on Amazon for me.
Mangastudio isn't a reliable coloring tool, so I use CS5 for the rest.
Girly art is cute, but I actually prefer realistic/horror-styled art. For starters, cutesy art can sometimes make a horror manga seem more terrifying. Example: Higurashi. Also, if you want to develop a horror style, try practicing making lineart/panels completely in black and white. I'm sorry my advice isn't too clear and helpful. T.T I kind of gave up on developing a horror-style, so I decided to just mix Shoujo and horror. Although I'm not sure it worked out...
AH, I saw that comic too! :3 Hmmmm, it's good for you I decided not to use a gif from that comic as my webcam. Is it bad I laughed at the part where the zombie jumps at the screen when I decided to replay it on Youtube? There are two sequels to that comic actually.
Oh I see...so is the program good with lineart? I've been trying to fine a program good with that stuff but had no luck.
Oh I heard of Higurashi before I think my friend watched it before...I never really got into it yet.Oh okay I'll keep a note of that.No it's okay I see what you were trying to get at. As for your style I think it has more shoujo in it than horror. I can see it in their eyes at times though.
..that comic....I read the first one where the lady turns her head ...OMG I just couldn't I kept scrolling down to see if there was an end to that gif I laughed my head off when I sent it to my friend though...I don't think it's bad, I think you're just made out of steel that's all ^^...I would never visit your profile if you did that...I'd flip out and throw my laptop of my bed...OMG there's a sequel to that?! omg I just do and don't want to check it out.
Yeah, the program was made specifically for lineart and paneling. SAI works too, but I don't need it because I have a coloring program. I use Mangastudio Debut 4, which is reasonably priced. A more advanced version is Mangastudio EX.
I only saw a few clips... Even I find Higurashi to be disturbing. OH well, that's fine! Contrary to what most people expect, I'm actually a huge fan of those sappy shoujo-mangas. I'm more interested in my plots being slightly horrific rather than my art.
Well, the first time I saw it I closed the screen. Although that was mainly because I was supposed to be doing homework. Actually, the sequels aren't scary at all!
I actually thought the second comic was a parody at first because the main character (Who died) commented how a weird lady he saw at a subway station was probably drunk. Well, they both get hit by a train (Which isn't shown). There was no blood or screamers in the sequel.
The third sequel is actually a game, which I did not understand at all because I can't read Korean and couldn't find a translated version.
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