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Manga Studio 5 Beginner's Guide by Michael Rhodes

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Chapter 4. Roughing It

When creating a comic page, no matter whether it's for a comic strip, comic book, or graphic novel, we need to have an idea of what the page/strip will look like as a whole. In this chapter, we'll go from very rough to a basic layout drawing in order to see our page with an artistic eye. We'll learn about creating different kinds of layers, their attributes, and how to create actions for specific robotic-type tasks. We'll learn about how to create a simple and easy way to create non-photo blue pencil-type pages. This chapter will wrap up with planning and making frame layers in Manga Studio that serve as panels. Roughing it doesn't mean sleeping on the ground, not when we can enjoy the comforts of the fine lodging that ...

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