The following steps are designed to accompany the short video and it is helpful to watch the video with reference to the information below. This article is intended to give you a simple overview to the basics of laying flexible model railway track including fixing the track on baseboard joins if the layout is intended to be mobile.
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Webcomics need characters. The reader is going to need someone to focus on and associate with when they read your work.
Colour can make or break a comic. It adds an extra level to an otherwise flat and dull comic; even making more readers take interest.
What separates good art from great art is a sense of depth to the image. Shading adds tangibility to the image, and makes it look more natural.
The key to webcomic site design is keeping it simple and keeping it from getting ugly. “Duh!” you might say, but the internet is full of Really Ugly Sites and, unfortunately, that includes some webcomics.
The greatest comics in the world will generally have three things in common: an excellent script, excellent artwork, and excellent lettering.
The Lasso Tool is typically used for selecting irregular sections of an image. You can, however, use it as a drawing tool.
When a comic is going to be inked and coloured on a computer, it is important to bear this in mind while drawing the original artwork. Often all that will be needed is a basic sketch, like any other form of sketching to ink but, unless you’re prepared to spend time adjusting the scanning quality and contrasts, etc., getting only the details out that you actually need can be tricky.
Writers and webcomic artists alike are often asked where they get their ideas, and although each person will have different methods for gaining and maintaining inspiration, there are some common features.
When most webcomics start out, the advertising they look to will generally begin and end with Project Wonderful. However, it is not the only way to bring traffic to your site.