Love Manga? The newest features of Manga Studio help you bring your ideas to life! The tools available in the latest version of this powerful program make it easy to turn your computer into your drawing board, and Manga Studio For Dummies makes it easy to get started.
Discover how to use Manga Studio to begin creating comics in manga or Western styles, add color to your creations, and share them with your adoring public. It s a breeze once you know your way around the program. Manga may have begun in Japan, but Manga Studio For Dummies is written in plain English, and shows you how to:
Written by a working digital artist, Manga Studio For Dummies covers both Manga Studio Debut and EX versions. As an added bonus, it even gives you a peek into the world of manga and comics in general. With the help of Manga Studio For Dummies, you just might find yourself among the comic artists whose work populates the Web and gathers thousands of fans!
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Covers both Manga Studio Debut and EX versions
Use the newest features of Manga Studio to bring your ideas to life
Manga is magnificent, and with the tools available in the latest version of Manga Studio, it′s easy to turn your computer into your drawing board. Here′s the fun and easy way® to begin creating comics in manga or Western styles, add color to your creations, and share them with your adoring public.
Discover how to:
Build and use page templates
Rough in your comic with penciling techniques
Work with layers, rulers, and panels
Add speech bubbles and sound effects text
Ink your work and add tones
Doug Hills has been drawing ever since high school. Originally influenced by the superhero comics of the early– to mid–1990s, his style has adapted towards his other favorite genre: manga. Learning and studying techniques from both the East and West, he s constantly striving to create a style that can truly be called his own.
In recent years, he has taken that love and desire for comics onto the Internet with two webcomics: Place Name Here and Chibi Cheerleaders From Outer Space, which he works on with his wife, Stacey. His webcomic work led him to Ten Ton Studios, where he worked on a story for their book, Anthologica, and eventually became a member of the group.
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