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A few sketches I made

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Over the summer I never really went outside, so I decided to doodle all day. I'm hoping to color in the last two, but I keep getting weird white lines half the time.

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I use manga studio with combination of opencanvas for drawing anime/manga/sketches.

When i started doing this things ,I always use pencil and eraser .

These are truly nice sketches.

i wanna know what tool is used by you.

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On 8/25/2016 at 9:43 PM, Dibya said:

I use manga studio with combination of opencanvas for drawing anime/manga/sketches.

When i started doing this things ,I always use pencil and eraser .

These are truly nice sketches.

i wanna know what tool is used by you.

I used Manga Studio as well, including the coloring. I currently play around with Kirita a little bit to color (Although I have little to no knowledge of the program).
With Manga Studio I make the outline on multiple separate layers for hair, body, clothes, hands, face, eyes, etc (Outlining a sketch I scanned) then use Manga Studio's line smoothing feature if it looks too sharp.
Used a friend's computer for Photoshop CS6 to convert a few of these into renders.
Considering playing around with SAI paint if its any better.

My only issue is getting the illustrations not to be sharp on the outline as if I used MS paint (Stabilization doesn't seem to help me much on Manga Studio)

I'm a noob at coloring (probably outlining as well)
Attempt of coloring with Kirita (I don't like this one >.< I had to smudge the lines because the anti-aliasing caused whiteness in between the line and color)

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If I continue this one, I'm probably gonna add more color blending to make it more lively looking

Another WIP made in Manga Studio
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She's saying "I love you" in Korean ;)
 

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Illustrator is little hardcore guy.

First practice with old versions of illustrator 7.0 then 9.0 after that cs6 last of all cc.

Smith micro manga studio is great.

You can also add some nice effect with lightroom.

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On 8/29/2016 at 7:59 PM, Dibya said:

Illustrator is little hardcore guy.

First practice with old versions of illustrator 7.0 then 9.0 after that cs6 last of all cc.

Smith micro manga studio is great.

You can also add some nice effect with lightroom.

Finally figured out the jagged lines were due to VERY low dpi...

Do you have any idea how to change dpi in Manga Studio in a drawing?

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22 hours ago, ~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~ said:

Finally figured out the jagged lines were due to VERY low dpi...

Do you have any idea how to change dpi in Manga Studio in a drawing?

Please try these one http://sparklermonthly.tumblr.com/post/113898560468/changing-resolution-to-comic-pages-from-300dpi-to

Hope it will help.

Try OpenCanvas

Read about here :: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenCanvas

You may heard about fuzirocco he also use it .

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