So I'm trying to start a Nuzlocke, and I got the notes totally down, but what software is the Nuzlocke created on? Photoshop, GIMP, Manga Art. etc? And do you use a drawing tablet and/or just free-hand drawing? These questions have been burning my face for like, -insert long time phrase here-
This was an awesome tutorial! I loved that it broke everything down since I have trouble understanding verbal information. DX You did a good job!! I'll definitely take some of your advice for when I write or draw comics! P.S. Tell Locke I love her....
The planning part looks similar to what I used to do when I was actively doing my nuzlocke. As it is I put that on hiatus though as I pretty much forgot at one point to take notes, and now I dunno what the heck happened in it. xD
I shall keep this nifty tutorial in mind when I restart a nuzlocke in the future (as soon as I get the time, that is). Thank you for the tips.
Great tutorial, particularly with the note taking. Personally, I can't read my short hand/handwriting, so I typically type my notes, which means normally playing at home. Still, these are quite the good pointers.
I have a few questions, if that's ok. First is do you use illustrator or Photoshop? Second, do you scan in your rough and go from there? If not, what size to you do for your comics as a starting size to edit and such? And final, got any good places for brushes?
Nice! I've been working on my own nuzlocke; I started pretty recently, actually. I have lots of notes so far and a basic plot that I want to go with, so I'm feeling very optimistic about the whole thing Yours is the first nuz comic I really got into, I think. I'm always looking forward to your updates
I'm not an artist by any stretch of the imagination, and Photoshop for me might as well be the interface for a Klingon Bird of Prey - and yet, I still found this really informative and interesting! Thank you for taking the time to make this. ^_^
Aaaa, this is great; thanks for making this! c: I've noticed that the same mostly applies for planning/drawing comics in general, too, at least digitally. So it's a handy tutorial, whether it's a Nuzlocke or any comic
I just want to say, your comics are amazing. It makes me want to do my own- but it is your idea, so I won't. I may have done something, like writing a story instead of making a comic, but people are drawn to the colors and the effort put in this more than literature every time. I'm thinking of starting a challenge soon, and will probably document it,but I could never do anything this amazing with it. Thank you so much for making these comics, endless smiles and tears, just and overall thank you for sharing.