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It feels like everyone in the hijack fandom is all friends with each other..and I’m just here, reblogging art and fanfics..
HI! I’M SISAAT! PLEASE TO MEET YOU!
herro I’m Kit C:
we do not bite!
We might throw snowballs at you if you piss us off, but otherwise, we’re nice. :3
Anonymous asked: can you show us more of your comic method please?
Hey! Sure C: I’ll try to do it, but it’ll be a long answer!
Hmm first thing I did was define what format to use for the comic. This may sound obvious, but the first time I tried to do Awaken I chose a format that wasn’t very good for printing. This time I researched first and found this so I used it as a guide :)
I also chose and wrote down all the fonts and sizes and extra things I would need to repeat over and over again, because my memory is bad and I kept forgetting them. You can see that there’s an overall frame and vertical and horizontal lines. I do my vignettes freely in sai or photoshop so I decided to have those things set from the beginning to keep them consistent through the comic ( I just rotate and move them around).
Also, before starting to actually draw the comic, I work on the script. I work on it A LOT. I already have the general outline of the story and I do like 7 versions of the chapters before I settle for one. They are still not the final word on matters, since I usually keep changing things until the very last moment (when I’m actually drawing the pages) but it helps to have an idea of where you are going!
I use this format for writing scripts, it seems easier to read for me.
As you can see, mine is in Spanish with dialogs in English DERP! I try to keep in mind that the comic needs to be told through actions and speech, not thoughts, so I avoid character’s thoughts like the plague.
After that I do thumbnails. You’ve seen them before :D
OH LA LA!
They are crappy, I know, but they help to tackle vignettes fast and don’t loose the rythm of the script as I go reading it. Here are more thumbs, these ones are a bit more elaborate. like wooo shadows~
After that I move those thumbs to my page layout. I work on the double page format first, because I plan to print someday. You can see sometimes I keep the trashy thumbs, some others I need to redo them and change things. Anyways, in this step I only plan the composition of the page, I can deal with trashy thumbs.
Then I crop accordingly and move to single page format. At this point I start working on more proper sketches. When I need to do big backgrounds though, I work on a different file. I try to recycle the bgs that I know will take me more time, so I do them separately and in a huge file, that way I’ll have the freedom to play around with them on the future.
Next steps are easy. First I do lineart.
Then I do flat colors.
For this one I also had to do an extra step. I wanted the page to match the temperature of the cover I started to work on after, so I played around with the colors until it had more continuity.
Finally I added the background I worked on separately and It’s done! Resize for internet and page is ready :)