[TUTORIAL] Clip Studio Reference Layers resake 440 17 How to Draw Crocodiles arvalis 2,456 112 How To Make Leaf Brush wysoka 295 4
Learn how to make animations in GIMP
...Because I just made a video about it.
Tips to lighting a comic scene
Based on my experience coloring Daughter of the Lilies
The original Post on Twitter
Also found on Tumblr
Develop your spatial awareness. Study light and shadow in real life. Don’t be discouraged if it’s not your strongest skill, working hard to develop a skill means you won’t take it for granted.
Practice painting with both light and shadow, separately and together.Decide where the light source is in a specific scene and DON’T MOVE IT. Changing your lighting to suit one panel is as disorienting as breaking the 180 rule. Unless it’s attached to something that’s moving, then for goodness sake, it moving should affect the characters.It’s okay to base your lighting on it enhancing the mood of a specific panel.It’s okay to break lighting for the sake of the mood of a focal p
Some advice about working with Artistic Partners
I got asked a question about my work with DotL on Tumblr. I've been asked similar things here on DA in notes from people looking to hire artists and people asking about my rates and such, so I figured it'd be a good idea to share some of these thoughts here. You can see the original tumblr post here.
Hi Yoko! I hope this question isn't too personal, but when you first started doing colors for DotL, what kind of contract did you and Meg have? Did you make a flat amout per page? What about now? Is it a flat amount, or do you two split what the comic makes some way? Please feel free to share this with her before answering of course. I just can't send an ask to two people at once... (I'm asking because a friend wants me to be part of a project, and I dunno how to set it up). Thanks!
I’ll answer as much as I ca