fallopiancrusader at 10:09AM, June 9, 2017
Video of me coloring a linework sketch in a traditional industrial design style. The production process is pretty similar to traditional comic books. The recording of me drawing is sped up 4 times, and I provide audio commentary on what I am doing
ozoneocean at 6:34AM, April 2, 2012
This is the 4th and last of Banes' screenwriting tutorials. We round up here with the final two story genres; “Superhero” and “Institutionalised”, rounded out with some more useful time and tricks on writing in general! This series has been part of the Quackcast screenwriting month, beginning with Quackcast 68 and ending with Quackcast 71.
ozoneocean at 9:58AM, March 27, 2012
In the 3rd part of our 4 part focus on the art of story and screenwriting we have a look at some more interesting and popular story genres; Buddy Love, Fool Triumphant, and Whydunnit! We learn further tricks of the trade and gain more insights into the secret and amazing world of story writing, all from the mind of the genius screenwriting prodigy Banes!
Darwin at 12:52PM, Nov. 9, 2011
I recently discovered this quicker/easier method to create dialogue bubbles on a single layer using the path function in Photoshop.
Hope it helps!
Previous tutorials can be found here:
Speech bubbles 1: http://th05.deviantart.net/fs42/150/f/2009/075/b/5/Speech_Bubbles_Tutorial_by_Tigershark06.jpg
Speech bubbles 2: http://tigershark06.deviantart.com/art/Speech-Bubbles-TWO-149627389?q=gallery%3Atigershark06%2F590876&qo=4