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Video Manga Studio 5 inking

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  • okay guys how you doing here's Ben Jones
  • um I've been moving slowly but surely
  • into a more digital format than
  • traditional so if you look at my
  • previous videos you saw I did a lot of
  • things with Russian nib so I wanted to
  • give just digital stuff a try and
  • originally I think I did one test video
  • when I first got the Cintiq was I did a
  • with Corel Painter I think 13 X 3 cute
  • little name they gave um only because I
  • saw Jonathan gloppy on using that's what
  • he's like alright well let's see and I
  • liked it it was okay um it had its
  • problems mostly because well I will say
  • the program had less problems than I did
  • so it would just didn't feel right and
  • then I started watching other videos of
  • other digital anchors one something out
  • another cameras name sorry dude it
  • starts with an A I believe on YouTube
  • and I found the and Jonathan rector
  • Jonathan rector is probably the one I
  • paid closest attention to I went to
  • manga studio and I tried I went ahead
  • and downloaded five and I was like okay
  • I'm gonna give it a try and see what
  • happens it was relatively cheap and I
  • was really impressed with the software
  • and how it worked with vicinity and so I
  • liked it so much I went ahead and got
  • the e X version
  • and it was probably you know a godsend
  • as far as doing digital work so that's
  • what I'm using now see I got a bunch of
  • questions about lying quality on the
  • Cintiq I guess some people are having
  • problems with some weird wiggly lines I
  • guess I guess it I don't know if I don't
  • know how they were trying to use it and
  • I don't know you know one of the things
  • you we kind of learn from doing this
  • professionally is you know go fast and I
  • don't know how fast they were trying to
  • I don't know if they were doing you know
  • see only brush bigger gear I don't know
  • they were trying to go slow if this
  • started doing it's trying to do this
  • right here as a straight line versus
  • this this was just well done boom done
  • the line quality is from what I've seen
  • are from what I've done in this so far
  • the line quality is outstanding I would
  • say 90% of what you can do traditionally
  • you should be able to do digitally you
  • know that it's all going to depend on
  • you and your skill ability but yeah you
  • should be um
  • the pressure-sensitive haven't adjusted
  • my pressure sensitivity in a while so
  • one of the things I did find out was
  • careful with your brush size because I
  • was like I was thinking okay well I'll
  • just use a larger brush on a lot of this
  • stuff that way I can get the most most
  • out of it you know I can get that really
  • thick in line so from what I found out
  • which you have to be careful and again
  • this might come down to pressure
  • sensitivity that you can adjust in the
  • in manga studio like Photoshop or use
  • the Cintiq a tool if you go really big
  • let's see right here this is the
  • lightest I can write the pressure
  • difference between this line and this
  • line is minuscule I mean it's I'm just
  • barely pressing right here just to get
  • to the bigger line if I really put down
  • it gets crazy so depending on your
  • controllable I would recommend
  • downsizing it this is at a 600 dpi size
  • so and that's 40
  • we're not pinnace I try to keep it right
  • around there and kind of look at the
  • line line quality and how thick they're
  • going the artist is and I'll try to at
  • least you know almost double the size of
  • that line and see what the circle it's
  • about it was a little bit over double
  • the size of the actual line weight if if
  • it was somebody like me Ed McGuinness or
  • something I probably go with a thicker
  • line or maybe even just stay small but
  • instead of trying to do this really
  • thick line I would you know decreasing
  • their own damn brush okay that's the
  • only other problem I'm I'm still new to
  • make a studio so I'm very whole like I
  • don't know what the hell I'm doing so
  • let's go here
  • so instead of doing this really thick
  • line all in one shot I would probably or
  • something just to make sure to keep the
  • line quality as crisp as possible I
  • haven't tried all of these things and
  • you know tried the mapping pin I think a
  • little bit I kind of like that one but
  • it's it's not all that different from
  • the G pen I think it you can get a bit
  • of thinner and move on from there
  • that's about it the turnip in think this
  • is what I use okay all right
  • not real sure it's kind of flaky I don't
  • really like it I think I tried it once
  • or twice and was like I don't like this
  • the colibri fin was pretty cool
  • you know it's it's turned sideways so
  • you see I'm inking in this direction so
  • if I Ain't this way and the area see out
  • and out on that turn I think if I
  • increase the brush size you can tell see
  • a difference so um I think I'll be using
  • that some not probably not a whole lot
  • because I'll figure something out I did
  • find this for effects pen this is this
  • is all default stuff that comes with the
  • program I did this stuff will be here on
  • a tree I did this all with the UH the
  • effects pen because it has some weird
  • thing where it changes the line where so
  • if I was put that line there see it went
  • then and I was doing some weird stuff
  • just like this just to try to make it
  • all jagged and that's kind of how I
  • worked at just this I was experimenting
  • I don't know if I'll continue using it
  • texture pin
  • see I think I used this one once before
  • and you can I I think I originally did
  • this tree that way or you get see kind
  • of some texture on the side I don't know
  • if I necessarily like that or not
  • it probably has its uses because you
  • know if you look at that line there you
  • know I'm just kind of just free willing
  • and it doesn't look that much different
  • until I get big into your life huh so I
  • don't know I think that one needs to be
  • adjust if you're gonna make it a texture
  • pin make it a texture let's see yeah
  • then it goes with that you know I think
  • that pretty much sums it up for line
  • quality issue or line quality questions
  • you know like you know I use a lot of
  • brush and a lot of nib and I really
  • haven't seen a problem at all
  • yeah so if you're having a problem you
  • know it might be you or you might have a
  • driver issue I can't really tell you
  • listen this is the Cintiq 22 HD and the
  • other question that even people that I
  • have no I have a photographer friend and
  • you know you says should I get us in
  • teak and first of all I'm not the guy to
  • come to ask but I'll give you my um I
  • kind of look on it for me and and I'll
  • preface that by saying just for me uh
  • I've been drawing at least you know with
  • the ability to draw stuff out of your
  • head since high school I'm not talking
  • about you know professional level or
  • anything like that
  • so the entire my entire artistic career
  • if you want to call it that it has been
  • on traditional pencil and paper where I
  • look down at the paper with the pen or
  • pencil and I draw I've tried several
  • different you know I I had their
  • original wanted original way calms and I
  • think this was well I don't know if
  • those wanted originals was when I
  • originally was in mid 99 oh it would
  • have to be late 90s I tried it and yeah
  • I couldn't really work with it
  • and I think I moved up later in years to
  • the bamboo and with the then I'll move
  • from the bamboo to the n2o5 and I just
  • have an issue about trying to draw while
  • looking up at the screen and my hand
  • down on the desk or my with the Wacom I
  • saw as a merge of digital and you know
  • what I wanted to do digitally and what I
  • could do traditionally and also I know
  • some people say well why don't you just
  • get a surface oh my wife has this thing
  • my wife is the most frugal person I
  • think on the planet
  • uh-uh and with her it's always about
  • okay you know can I get the the same
  • thing for cheaper or at least closer to
  • thing so me and her agreed that we would
  • try some
  • cheaper alternatives to Waco are to the
  • Cintiq we tried an older Wacom it was oh
  • man it was bad I can't can't remember to
  • diversion uh and it was so bad I sold it
  • to a colors friend for for him the color
  • I was like well maybe y'all have better
  • luck with it you know fine here colored
  • is print quality then I tried the Bosto
  • King T which is kind of like I guess the
  • Chinese ripoff version this is the
  • Cintiq and i had massive massive driver
  • issues with little-to-no customer
  • support so I paid $900 for that thing
  • and you know I think it was about the
  • same size as the Cintiq I'm using now
  • maybe a little bit smaller and I ended
  • up taking a loss on that one just to get
  • rid of it the guy ended up selling it on
  • eBay for like 700 bucks
  • and I much rather you know take the $200
  • loss or whatever and move on because he
  • funded me to they say well it might be a
  • problem with the actual hardware and I'm
  • like well I'm not the only one having
  • the same problem and so I'm pretty sure
  • it's not a hardware problem it really
  • looks like a driver problem and didn't
  • you know they were they were the one I
  • did get in touch with them they were
  • kind of asshole ish son you know what
  • I'm just gonna sell this damn thing and
  • call it call it even oh so I said okay
  • you know you get what you pay for so I
  • told my wife but I listen um I'm going
  • to get me a Siddiq and sorry I tried the
  • cheaper options
  • and you know us and I told her is I
  • listen if this ends up being another
  • failure the Cintiq is so popular that I
  • don't really have an issue with selling
  • somebody else wants if I you know got it
  • and it didn't like it
  • we're pretty sure somebody else you know
  • I bought this thing for 2 grand I'm
  • pretty sure some you know if I said your
  • guys brand-new Cintiq barely used only
  • had it for a couple of weeks it decided
  • I didn't like it here's it for 1,800 or
  • 1,900 bucks pretty sure I could sell off
  • pretty quick so that's how I convinced
  • her to let me go ahead and bang out the
  • 2 grand and I'll tell you guys this I'm
  • not selling ever I don't think I'll ever
  • get to the point where I sell this
  • unless a new version comes out and it's
  • just super badass I'm not leaving this
  • thing alright so if you're worried about
  • quality um if you don't want to get one
  • because you worried about quality I'll
  • tell you right now your if quality is
  • your issue you're not going to be
  • disappointed with it I haven't had a
  • whole lot of time to play with it but
  • from what I have done with it I'm very
  • impressed
  • so that's me well you you know results
  • might vary vary with other people but
  • for me this thing is probably the
  • probably the best thing I've bought side
  • building like own computer the last
  • probably you know 10 15 years as far as
  • technology wise so I'll try to put some
  • of those fears to rest for some of you
  • guys on that ok um let's
  • I tried to do this video a couple of
  • times
  • uh but I got a new headset and I guess I
  • had a driver issue or something you know
  • I go on these long spills and philosophy
  • of artwork it is what it wasn't
  • recording um so it was kind of weird
  • I've like I said I've done this video I
  • think this is the fourth time and I
  • think I've gotten the whole audio thing
  • licked now this was really not even a
  • driver issue just me being so whoo sorry
  • I know I probably won't be able to
  • replicate the some does stuff great
  • stuff that I've been able to say but
  • I'll try my best cuz I did come up with
  • a few things that were like wow I wish
  • I'd have thought about that oh great I
  • got to say it again oh um think of it
  • okay
  • alright so we went over some things here
  • and my review on manga studio so far is
  • it's great for pencil on linking I
  • haven't tried coloring in it
  • so hold on I'm gonna pause this and take
  • a quick break doing something real quick
  • and I'll be right okay let's see sorry
  • the wife coming came in alright so let's
  • see yeah mega studio is yeah I
  • originally bought the five and man I
  • fell in love with it so I said screw it
  • I'm getting the e X version because I
  • wanted all the plugins and stuff and
  • there's a little and I think I've used
  • maybe 10% of this thing so far and it's
  • really worth it
  • it's now my go-to for drawing and
  • hopefully I'll you know again my um
  • that's one thing
  • my goal for digital inking is to
  • hopefully in a Vegas a this kind of
  • skeptical that I can create a
  • traditional experience for the reader in
  • digital format meaning that what if they
  • were to look at this black and white
  • they would have a hard time separating
  • this from traditional work that's my
  • goal that's going to come down to the
  • skills that I have plus the abilities of
  • said program it's not going to be just
  • one or the other it's going to have to
  • be both I think the software is pretty
  • close right now I think there needs to
  • be some things that I think but then
  • again this is me with a very limited
  • skill set dealing with the digital
  • software because I don't know I if I
  • wanted to adjust this pin I don't know
  • how yet so those are the little things
  • that I still have a lot to learn
  • I know Photoshop fairly well just manga
  • studio I don't know where all the tools
  • are and how to adjust things yet so
  • that's coming with that being said I
  • said I think the software is between 80
  • and 90 percent there I think I think the
  • only one of the only things that they
  • could do is add um some kind of tilt
  • reader to manga studio I don't know if
  • they even have it I know Photoshop does
  • have on some pins and you know where are
  • you depending on how you tilt the pin
  • gives you different effects that way I
  • could you know I know I'm brushes where
  • I can tilt my hand and get this really
  • blocky look just real quick but here you
  • know no matter if I'm using this pin
  • this is what I'm going to get you know
  • I'm tilting in different ways here and
  • that's what I'm gonna get regardless uh
  • which is fine I mean to get different
  • effects you just have to either change
  • you have to change something change
  • brush size which really won't change the
  • effect um
  • but change pins uh change settings on
  • the pin and said pin you can do all that
  • stuff again I just don't know how really
  • yet um so one of the things that I can't
  • stand when I see Digital inking is this
  • weird loosey-goosey hatching uh-huh
  • there are some guys that I oh I'm
  • digitally inking um but it doesn't look
  • right you know I don't want to tell them
  • that like you know look at some
  • traditional inking with brush and nib
  • and compare it to your inking and tell
  • me the difference and I'm betting that a
  • lot of the guys you know um dad started
  • off or pretty early without really
  • learning traditional inking they like oh
  • man this looks great I can finally ink
  • and but they never set some of the
  • fundamentals of inking into their head
  • so what they think that looks good it
  • you know it gets killed by high
  • traditional inking and you know if you
  • you go to
  • levian art or something and these guys
  • are saying oh man this looks great you
  • know you're getting all these accolades
  • and praise from everyone but if you
  • would take a serious serious look at
  • your work compare it to some of the
  • Great's you know not even necessarily
  • great but you know compared to you know
  • professional guys and if your work
  • doesn't look anything like that then you
  • might have a problem um you know and you
  • could be doing you know you could be
  • saying well I'm doing this special style
  • oh good luck with that I'll never tell
  • anybody they're doing it wrong um cuz
  • you know they might be doing it right
  • for them etc etc and that was one of the
  • great philosophies I'd come up with
  • while talking in the previous tries on
  • this video was you know a philosophy
  • about art and talking about this art in
  • general and really I think the only
  • reason I was going over this was I'm in
  • September I'm going to a convention here
  • in las cruces I think it's the it's the
  • first one here good buddy of mine he
  • owns the comic shop here and he's the
  • one putting it on and he wants me to do
  • a panel on artwork setter etcetera and
  • it got me thinking why you know why do
  • we do certain things you know sometimes
  • it's why do you even listen to certain
  • people and wanted I think one of the
  • fundamental things is art in general
  • I'm not just
  • , artwork in general it's very personal
  • you know we put a lot of time and effort
  • into creating these images but it's
  • personal you know a lot of times we're
  • sitting here by ourselves in obscurity
  • and we're we come up with great ideas
  • you know like wow this would be great if
  • I do this it's very personal it's not
  • because someone else is do it and it's
  • not something because someone else is
  • forcing us to do it it's a a personal
  • wealth that you're trying to increase
  • within yourself you know you know I you
  • know I want to do what I want to do you
  • know what I'm gonna screw it and you
  • know all this stuff here I'm gonna just
  • say screw it you guys I'm gonna
  • spot some blocks I'm not even gonna do
  • this and you know we do it and what
  • happens is I pee bucket no um well what
  • I what happens is with us you know be it
  • the right thing or the wrong thing to do
  • we did it you know we like screw it this
  • is what we're going to do and we do it
  • and it's again it's personal you know
  • it's not about what other people think
  • at first so what I'm getting at here is
  • you need to be real careful on what you
  • listen to and who you listen to
  • because again your artwork is personal
  • the job I work now I've been doing it
  • doing this job as far as a real job or
  • yeah real job I should say is our I have
  • been doing since 1996 when I was in the
  • military and now I do it commercially
  • well his job pays well
  • it allows me and my family a lot of
  • things you so really really love the job
  • but in my heart of hearts I know I'm
  • meant to do this type of stuff I'm meant
  • to be an artist whoa excuse me dr.
  • pepper is getting to me um with that
  • said this is my this is my fortress of
  • solitude doing an artwork so this is my
  • fun now if you're getting into this to
  • be professional artists and they're you
  • know I would say look up Joel modder
  • eras his speaking on professional
  • artists etc etc I think he hit home on a
  • lot of stuff you should be able to find
  • that on the web somewhere but that being
  • said if you just want to be an artist
  • you want to draw then do your thing
  • don't worry so much about how someone
  • else does it or what someone else has
  • told you to do do your thing
  • because even in the professional arts
  • where you're told to draw something and
  • this is what you need what you do is
  • what first attracting tracted them to
  • your work granted there is going to be
  • sacrifices where you're going to have to
  • kind of eat your pride and do what they
  • tell you but what you do and how you
  • approach things it's part of the reason
  • you have that job so if you completely
  • go away from what you do and how you do
  • it are you really using your personal
  • interior abilities on a piece and I in
  • this again this is my personal
  • philosophy I think if you sacrifice
  • enough of yourself
  • um and I mean taking it away
  • you sacrifice enough of yourself to
  • become the best artists
  • if you do become the world renowned
  • artist when you look at an artwork do
  • you see yourself in it or do you see all
  • the sacrifices and all the things that
  • you have cut away to make yourself so I
  • think that's something especially young
  • artists need to pay attention to be
  • yourself do as best as you can as
  • yourself then when you land the job in
  • look at you know coz grin you're gonna
  • be following rules and you know if
  • someone says I wanted something painted
  • in a monotone color color scheme and you
  • don't like doing monotone you still have
  • to do monotone so because that's the job
  • you know it's not necessarily doing the
  • art it's the job so that being said
  • that's why I don't think I could do this
  • full-time as far as dealing you know
  • this is where my mortgage money comes
  • from because I would have to sacrifice a
  • lot from what I like do and if that
  • doesn't make me a professional artist
  • that's fine I've done professional work
  • I know what it Intel's I know the
  • deadlines etc etc etc so I can do it is
  • that my preference no because unlike
  • some of you guys that may be listening
  • or watching this I don't have the
  • drawback of having to do this for income
  • I do this because I love the art so that
  • with that billet you guys know I am now
  • in earnest and I know some of my friends
  • some of my friends that are gonna watch
  • this her I got huh yeah here we go again
  • um I am working on my own comic book
  • ah and this time I don't think I have
  • anything holding me back um currently
  • I'm doing concept work for valiance
  • online and at
  • kind of showed me you know kind of given
  • me a idea of you know do I want to do
  • concept work full-time and again I don't
  • know
  • again it's it always comes down to the
  • job versus personal experience with
  • artwork I don't want to sound all
  • hipster but I mean it's the truth you
  • know it's you know my thing and when I
  • got into comic work you know like a lot
  • of kids when I was in high school
  • image was pretty big it was pretty much
  • at the peak of its popularity that you
  • know I want to be what's what
  • let me see how chef say this I never
  • wanted to be a comic book artist until I
  • saw what the guys in the image was going
  • and I never wanted to be at the time I
  • never wanted to be that guy drawing
  • spider-man drawn Batman Superman unless
  • I created the story um call it naivete
  • or not but you know at the time it's
  • like well you know if I'm the artist I
  • should have some say in the writing and
  • then you know some of those guys they do
  • but for the grand total of them they
  • really don't and that kind of put me off
  • just it's not what I wanted you know and
  • really and truly what I wanted was to be
  • able to do my own stories do my own
  • comic you know tell the stories how or
  • tell what stories and how I want to tell
  • them and one of the drawback
  • for me for years you know I could eke or
  • couldn't really Inc you know the
  • prescribed way you know I would always
  • have to find somebody who man can unique
  • my work I really want to see it inked I
  • know quite a few people's lives probably
  • have been a net that position um until
  • one day after I think I was talking with
  • dos al del Sol Corona it was a wonderful
  • anchor it's like you know what screw
  • this I'm gonna learn how to do it it was
  • kind of funny but it took me a couple
  • years to really kind of get it down in
  • it you know by no means I'm no you know
  • super guy at it but I think I do enough
  • to get the point across that hey maybe
  • this guy Kenny um and with the Cintiq I
  • kind of said okay I did the same thing I
  • said oh you know what I have to talk him
  • with my buddy Ross Hughes who's the
  • colorful colorist with high five
  • um it's like you know what I'm gonna
  • learn how to color and grant it I just
  • started um but I'm like wow baby I can
  • color so the other night I was listening
  • to Jonathan rector's one of his happy
  • sketch times you should check it out
  • guys it's good stuff um and I was like
  • you know I was listening to him talk
  • about you know wanting to do his own
  • comic etc etc and something hit home in
  • for me I think you know what why haven't
  • I done my own comic
  • I mean it's not a there really not a
  • question of can I do it you know you
  • know I always come up with some kind of
  • excuse I don't have the time I don't
  • think I'm good enough
  • oh well I need to be it needs to be
  • colored it needs all these things you
  • know whatever excuse you want to use
  • half use and but in the back of my mind
  • I'm always saying I want to do my
  • own comic and so when it's it's back
  • like that I'm using a very low res of
  • this Adrian's how you put put this on
  • the DVR kind of I took it as kind of
  • like a challenge and so I'm having
  • issues finding stuff in here
  • um but back to us thing about comics I
  • was like I really want to do my own damn
  • come and working indeed yeah game design
  • stuff no it's like okay am i the
  • question you know comes and comes into
  • play that or you know arm am I wasting
  • my time
  • am i doing what I want to do I mean I
  • love those guys but and I love the work
  • um but you have to sit back and think
  • like am I wasting my time and in really
  • and truly it's not a waste of time
  • because you're learning new avenues
  • you're you're adding something to your
  • arsenal and that's fine but as far as
  • the end game you know you know when when
  • you're artistic or bitumen what do you
  • want it to say what are the things that
  • you accomplished that you wanted to be
  • there and my thing is I want to do my
  • own comic book I do want to do my own
  • video game don't get me wrong but it's
  • just not I don't want to just do the art
  • of the video game I would love to which
  • I was
  • is um doing some stuff also guys did I
  • don't know if I said it but the game
  • working on this valiance online you
  • should be able to find the page it has a
  • youtube and a Facebook page so I used to
  • kind of be more of on the design team of
  • the game which for me was great uh I had
  • a lot of great ideas I thought was great
  • and it just you know we need an art to
  • be done and really and truly you know I
  • just don't know you know cuz it wasn't
  • my game and you know I wasn't the one
  • that come it came up with the game even
  • though I've had the same idea so it was
  • pretty hard for me to divorce myself or
  • take a backseat to ideas that maybe I
  • didn't necessarily believe were the
  • greatest or even wrong you know I'm
  • sitting back and I was you know it's
  • kind of screaming you know in the back
  • of my head like God just sucks etcetera
  • etc you know but you know sometimes just
  • kind of have to shut the up you
  • know due to work and so I had to
  • concentrate more on the art side I'm the
  • only real artist that we have right now
  • so and I'm like the de-facto art
  • director I'm directing myself ah but as
  • you guys can see back to yard you know
  • nothing at crap but you know back to the
  • art I'm going to be working on a lot a
  • lot more digital and over time I'm going
  • to start doing videos for my cobble
  • creation I kind of want to start in the
  • very beginning in shell videos and to
  • try to encapsulate you know the entire
  • process of you know creating something
  • from the ground up and creating a
  • full-fledged comic book you know on your
  • own
  • yet I have to learn how to letter I can
  • do a little bit of it in manga studio
  • but there's a lot of stuff I method do
  • an Adobe Illustrator I can do the
  • coloring I can do two inking you can do
  • the penciling I can do two writing so I
  • mean that's most of it right there um
  • and we'll see where it goes as you can
  • see uh see right here this is gonna be
  • the name of the book I'm not gonna tell
  • you what it's about um did you pretty
  • good idea
  • don't worry about that texture I just
  • put this is a mock-up of the logo I
  • usually have a buddy of mine do my logos
  • he's been really busy as of late and
  • I've had this guy create like several
  • different logos for different books and
  • books that I never completed or never
  • really even got started on so in instead
  • of going the same route of hey man can
  • you do this logo for me
  • you know following into the same pattern
  • again I'm trying to do everything on my
  • own so I said okay well if I'm going to
  • do it on my own them as well start with
  • the logo I knew the name of the book
  • I've got some Oh what is that
  • okay let going I got a lot of crap open
  • but um I have since I said okay if I'm
  • going to do everything myself I'm going
  • to do everything myself
  • so this is the mock-up of the title I
  • have barnstorming done I already have a
  • general idea what the story's about so
  • that I've had that for several years but
  • now I'm just wanting to flesh it out and
  • you know hopefully I'll do some more
  • videos that's probably going to be the
  • next videos of me trying to do stuff
  • like this as far for is the comic book
  • and next I believe the next video I'm
  • going to do is doing some concept work
  • for valiance online and that'll be it
  • thank you guys for your time I'm glad
  • you came check me out again feel free to
  • email me or leave messages here on the
  • video and I'll try to get as much as I
  • can get answered I'll do later

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This is just a little practice on comic inking with manga studio and what ive been able to do so far. Be sure to check out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIwM7XnDFaw33oEWN0iZCmw for more info than i can provide since im watching him too.

Pencils: Adrian Syaf

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