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Video Manga Studio EX4 101 tutorial - part 1

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  • hey folks this is Aaron Humiston this is
  • going to be my tutorial for manga studio
  • ex4 I'm definitely aware that this is
  • older software but I posted my self
  • inking a panel in the comic band that I
  • work on and I got a pretty good response
  • from a lot of people had a lot of
  • questions and asked me what I thought
  • about the software so I figured what
  • better reason to throw together another
  • tutorial showing you how I inked a page
  • in my comic and we're going to go over
  • the tools and we're going to go over the
  • process currently I'm working on issue 7
  • for band I've inked all six of the
  • previous episodes using manga studio so
  • I definitely have worked out a process
  • that works for me for this comic and I
  • figured I could share it with you and
  • hopefully you can get a little something
  • out of this and start working on your
  • own comic before I dive into the actual
  • tutorial I just wanted to show you that
  • I will be using a Wacom Cintiq that's
  • how I'm going to get the pen pressure
  • that's how I'm going to get a lot of the
  • drawing technique down alright let's get
  • started so I've opened up manga studio
  • if I'm starting a brand new project the
  • first thing I want to do is go to file
  • new story and it's going to bring up
  • this template that it's asking you how
  • to set up the pages for your comment
  • what I did is I actually found a comic
  • that I felt the layout looked really
  • nice and so I went in and grabbed a
  • ruler and I measured how their comic was
  • set up and so I used that as a template
  • for how I set up my comic so here you
  • can punch in how you want each page set
  • up and it has a little preview that'll
  • give you an idea of what to expect let's
  • look at this preview on its own the
  • outer edges of this show you how big the
  • file is going to be this little blue box
  • in the middle this is going to be the
  • outer edges of your panel borders and
  • then these little crosshairs on the
  • corners are going to show you where your
  • page is going to be cut if you look at a
  • comic you'll notice that sometimes the
  • art goes all the way to the edge of the
  • page how they achieve that is it'll be
  • printed on a bigger sheet of paper then
  • they'll cut along the edges of the page
  • so that the artwork will go all the way
  • to the edge of that page now your bleed
  • with
  • is that little bit of wiggle room that
  • they're going to cut and it's there to
  • make sure okay your artwork will go to
  • the bleed width but make sure you don't
  • put anything important over there
  • because they're going to cut it off your
  • bleed width is sort of how much wiggle
  • room do you want to use for your printer
  • to cut off the edges of your page and
  • then the rest I feel is pretty much
  • self-explanatory as far as the
  • dimensions you use them to customize how
  • you want to set up your page the page
  • settings this is a little confusing
  • because the first thing I noticed when I
  • first started using this software they
  • do have a default setup in a manga style
  • so it reads from upper right to lower
  • left and the pages are set up backwards
  • from an American set up now if you want
  • your comic to be set up in a traditional
  • American left-to-right setup this is how
  • you need to set it up and then you can
  • add however many pages you want in your
  • comic so let's do 12 pages for now you
  • want to set your binding position to
  • left meaning if you're looking at the
  • front cover of your book the binding is
  • going to be on the left side of the book
  • and then you probably want your starting
  • page to be the right page meaning when
  • you first open your book the first
  • drawing is going to be that first page
  • which is on the right side of your book
  • now your page structures I'll just show
  • that to you how it's going to look when
  • we do that so let's start off with
  • single hit okay and you can see how your
  • first page here is set up on the right
  • side right so once you get past that
  • first page you're going to have these
  • double page spreads and so it has each
  • of your page set up as a single separate
  • page as a separate file and they're all
  • separated now let's close out of that
  • now let's try double now as you can see
  • it attached each of those pages into a
  • double page spread if you want to
  • utilize that double page spread in your
  • book you want to kind of combine the
  • artwork into both pages if you do that
  • on a lot then you probably want to stick
  • with this double setup but if each page
  • kind of has its own set up in its own
  • set of artwork then you might want to
  • stick with single alright so I have a 12
  • page comic setup let's go into page 1 by
  • double clicking it if you use Photoshop
  • this is probably going to be quite
  • familiar to you
  • setup might be different than yours you
  • have your toolbar and I my layers it
  • starts you with a default layer to set
  • up you can just dive right into your
  • pencils or your thumbnails or however
  • you want to get started I'll change this
  • layer name to pencils here all our tools
  • I'll just start off with a pencil tool
  • and we can just start drawing right in
  • here automatically the software utilizes
  • the Wacom pressure sensitivity really
  • really nicely and I really like their
  • pencil tool it really feels natural
  • that's one of the reasons why I love
  • this software they really work well with
  • a Cintiq and with the pressure
  • sensitivity
  • it really feels natural to me all right
  • so let's just scribble down a basic
  • comic I'm going to be just really rough
  • with it typically I don't like try and
  • create separate little panels I'll just
  • draw a little line is separating I'm
  • just making this up as I go along I'm
  • not really now keep in mind this blue
  • box right here represents the edge of
  • your comic panels it's really important
  • that you keep that in mind and when you
  • start sketching out your comic panels
  • that you don't draw anything important
  • out in this area you can extend into it
  • like I want to draw some buildings just
  • keep in mind that the panel is going to
  • end there this would probably be a
  • thumbnail pass it's going to work for
  • what I need you can draw this in manga
  • studio or you could draw it
  • traditionally or you could use any sort
  • of software you want because you can
  • import a lot of different image files as
  • well just go to file import it'll bring
  • up all these different types of files
  • you can import for issue 7 that I'm
  • working on right now I used the software
  • on my tablet called clover paint to draw
  • all my pencils for the comic I just
  • imported those right into manga studio
  • and then I started doing my inking in
  • manga studio for me once my pencils are
  • done the next step I do is I start
  • building the actual panels in the page
  • this is probably one of the coolest
  • things that this software does what
  • we're going to do is we're going to add
  • a new layer now there's this new layer
  • button in your layers menu now we have a
  • dialog box that's asking you what kind
  • of layer you want to create what we want
  • to do is go to layer type and go down to
  • panel ruler layer put that click ok now
  • it added this panel ruler layer under
  • the rulers section of your layers and
  • now if you've noticed this blue box
  • inside the page the borders have gotten
  • a little bit thicker that's what your
  • panel ruler layer is remember I told you
  • that a blue box represents the outer
  • edges of your panels so really what it
  • did right here basically it created a
  • giant panel out of that inner box what
  • we're going to do is we're going to
  • split that panel up into individual
  • panels by using the panel ruler cutter
  • and what I'm going to do I'm going to
  • find the edges I drown my thumbnail and
  • I'm going to trace over them basically
  • once I click and drag it gives me these
  • lines as long as I'm holding down I can
  • move it however I want if I hold down
  • the shift key it will snap to a
  • 90-degree angle or a 45 degree angle so
  • I hold down the shift key I drag my cut
  • all the way to the edge you can go
  • outside of that box and now it's created
  • two separate boxes so now I have two
  • panels where I once had one now I'm
  • going to do the same thing and I'm going
  • to split this panel in half you use that
  • panel ruler cutter to create each of
  • your panels so now I split the whole
  • thing into my individual panels and once
  • you're happy with the setup we right
  • click the panel ruler layer and we go to
  • change layer type now it pops in this
  • new window called convert panel ruler
  • how I have mine set up is I go to
  • generate panel folder you can change it
  • to whatever you want but let's just
  • change it to panel now it's asking you
  • how you want the preview resolution
  • preview color model black and white I
  • always keep it at the standard so you're
  • going to be previewing all of your
  • images at a full resolution so there's
  • no question on what's happening and so
  • once we click OK look at all these
  • panels that have been added to your
  • layers each of the panels that we
  • created now have their own folder now
  • remember a default setting for this is a
  • manga setup so it sets up your panels
  • reading from upper right to lower left
  • so
  • go back in and rename them this is an
  • actually panel one this is panel two
  • just double click and we can change it
  • to 2 this is panel 3 and so on once you
  • have the naming convention set up you
  • can just just like Photoshop move your
  • layers around to where there
  • everything's in order and now we have
  • each of the panel set up and the pencils
  • layer is set up beneath all of your
  • panels so now we can go into each panel
  • I double click that folder layer and it
  • brings up a new window so we can work on
  • each panel individually it shows a faded
  • out version of whatever image you have
  • underneath so you can take this and
  • start inking since this is a thumbnail
  • you can do proper pencil you can add a
  • layer called pencil and we can start
  • creating the proper pencils for each
  • individual panel let's just say that's
  • my pencil for that particular layer I'll
  • go to the default layer that it added
  • and I always call that white because
  • I'll fill in that base layer with white
  • so now I can just focus on the image
  • within the panel without really having
  • any of the other panels or the drawing
  • underneath interfering with it
  • so now let's add some dialogue to this
  • what we're going to do is take this text
  • tool right here just like if we're in
  • Photoshop we're just going to click
  • where we want to add the text and I'll
  • just add in the text if you want to move
  • the text around make sure you move your
  • cursor to the edge of the dialogue where
  • you see the arrows and the T that means
  • you can move your text wherever you wish
  • to now we want to actually create a
  • dialogue balloon around that so that's
  • going to be over here in your properties
  • dialog balloon settings here's a button
  • right here that says generate dialogue
  • balloon click that now we can see the
  • dialogue balloon around the text we can
  • make it bigger
  • we can move it around you can change the
  • shape of it once you're happy with the
  • actual balloon hit OK you can also
  • generate a dialogue balloon from
  • materials manga studio ex4 came with a
  • whole bunch of materials which includes
  • different dialogue balloons that you
  • could use
  • I always just use these circle ellipse
  • balloons but if you want something
  • different let's click the Select
  • dialogue balloon from materials I have
  • just tons and tons of different kinds of
  • dialogue balloons that you can use so I
  • just click cloud one and now we have
  • this
  • loud balloon that we can again change
  • and it's all vector-based so you can
  • scale it up or scale it down as much as
  • you like and it won't affect the quality
  • of the line so now I'm happy with the
  • balloon around the text but we need to
  • add the tail pointing to who is saying
  • this bit of dialogue these little tools
  • up here you can add a curved tail or you
  • can add a linear tail I always add a
  • curved tail so I click that nothing's
  • happened yet
  • so what we're going to do is we're going
  • to draw the tail coming from the balloon
  • and it's going to start off as just a
  • straight line so we want to start within
  • the balloon
  • I'm going to click and drag now there's
  • a line appearing I'm going to point it
  • towards the kid who's saying the line
  • once I release the button the line
  • starts bending with my cursor so once I
  • find a curve that I like and click once
  • more and there you have it if for
  • whatever reason you're not happy with it
  • you can still change the curve of the
  • tail I'm moving the middle node around
  • you can change the length of it you can
  • even change the placement of it once
  • you're happy with everything click OK
  • and there we have our dialogue ok this
  • tutorial ended up being a lot more
  • involved and longer than I expected so
  • I'm going to be splitting this into
  • three parts I hope you like what you've
  • seen so far I hope you found it helpful
  • and I'm looking forward to seeing you
  • and part 2 of this tutorial if you are
  • interested in checking out the banned
  • comic that I'm working on you can find
  • it at our website at band - comic calm
  • there's a preview section where you can
  • check out the first 12 pages of issue 1
  • and if you like what you see you can
  • purchase the first four issues or a
  • collection of issues 1 through 4 through
  • indie Planet if you do decide to buy any
  • of the issues I thank you for your
  • support thank you so much for checking
  • this video out if you liked it please
  • click that like button if you have any
  • questions or comments you are more than
  • welcome to leave them in the comments
  • section below
  • and it's always appreciated if you
  • shared this video with your friends your
  • colleagues or anybody you might know
  • who'd be interested in making comments
  • digitally I'm on Facebook Tumblr and
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  • it's always appreciated alright folks
  • thank you so much I'm looking forward to
  • seeing you all on parts 2 & 3 of this
  • tutorial and until then I hope you have
  • a good one thanks folks bye

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In this video we will be covering setting up your comic, thumbnailing out a page, setting up your panels, penciling a panel, and adding dialogue balloons. Thanks for checking it out!

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Part 2: /watch?v=yIzpGBPfkAw
Part 3: /watch?v=RRaAEdC0EIk

If you are interested in checking out my BAND comic, you can find it at http://www.band-comic.com
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Made with Manga Studio EX 4, captured with Camtasia Studio, live-action video made with a Samsung Galazy Note 4,
Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector 13

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