Manga Layout and Workflow

Manga Layout and Workflow

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Comments (4)

  • Don Sandor Reply

    Beautiful work! It would be helpful to know which brushes were used or what attributes were modified to do drawing and blending. Also would help to know the size and density of the drawing. The picture zoomed in quite a bit without suffering from pixilation.

    September 13, 2016 at 9:06 pm
  • Doug Reply

    OK, overall I liked seeing what the artist could do with Corel Paint 2017 but I would like to see some extra information.
    I really would like to learn exactly which brushes he used as the speed of the video was increased so it was really hard to catch which ones he was using.
    Also, it would be good if there were more step-by-step instructions available…. (even if all of this was in text form that you could read before/after/during watching the above video).
    I am trying to watch/pause to find which brushes were used but it is tedious and still is lacking key info such as opacity, pressure settings etc..

    September 11, 2016 at 12:40 am
  • Fred Lang Reply

    Nice artwork. The tutorial was a bit thin on instruction, though. For instance how did he keep changing the position of the workspace? What specific tools was he using, and why? The video moved too fast to follow and grasp the application. And lastly, the music was at the very least obnoxious. I would like to see this talented artist do a step-by-step featuring the tools that he uses.

    September 6, 2016 at 10:20 pm
    • Dorothy Reply

      I definitely agree – would love to know how he blended everything so smoothly.

      I can help out with the canvas positioning, though! If you hold down space bar, your mouse cursor will turn into a hand, and you can move the canvas around while you are working and zoomed in. If you hold space bar and alt (on a mac – PC’s have a similar key combination, though I don’t remember it. Easy to find, though), the hand will turn into a hand with the first finger pointed. This will let you rotate the canvas to work at different angles. It will naturally snap into its original position when rotating back.

      Hope this helped!

      October 23, 2016 at 12:27 pm

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