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Manga Studio 5 Beginner's Guide by Michael Rhodes

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Chapter 3. Formatting Your Stories

This is the chapter where we begin to think about not only what we want to do, but how to do it. We'll cover some story theory and storytelling methods unique to comics. We'll explore how we want to present our story (web, tablet, print, or a combination of these) Passive sentence, and we'll create some new page presets marking tools to aid us in this.

When we have characters drawn in rough or fully detailed and a story idea percolating within our minds, then comes the most important part of any comic creation. What format do we want to tell this story in? Do we want to format our story as a comic strip, comic book, or as a graphic novel? Then, do we want to publish it as a print comic or as a Webcomic? Each ...

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