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27th Feb 2012, 11:02 AM in Date the Cheerleader Take the World
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Kai Faydale 27th Feb 2012, 11:02 AM edit delete
Kai Faydale
I've enjoyed switching up the girls looks in the past since it forces me to stretch my self as an artist, and I went all out for this page (changing Robin's shirt, Charity's hair, as well as lips a bit). All the poses were done from scratch too, but what I find really interesting is that I Inked everything solely with the mouse. I seem to have a steadier hand, better scrolling and more range of motion side to side with the mouse then the tablet. The tablet is faster to draw big picture thing still, and better at smooth curves. I kind of feel guilty not using it as much for what ever reason and probably should spend some time working out a better way to rest the tablet so I can do it one handed leaving my off hand free to switch tools as needed.


Barreytor 27th Feb 2012, 2:01 PM edit delete reply
Don't feel bad about not using the tablet as much as you'd like. At least you aren't placing somewhat filler comments to mention the fact of having a tablet just to keep it away and use a NDS to draw instead.
Oh, and that black smoke coming from the pan... At least nothing caught fire. Yet.
Wisknort 27th Feb 2012, 11:23 PM edit delete reply
At first I didn't notice how Charity's speech bubble twists down when she sees Robin. I saw it in the text trailing, but not the bubble. Excellent effect!

Also, this is SO TRUE of some people. I don't drink coffee, but I do see this sort of thing in my brother and whenever I'm around at a friend's place early. Rather amusing, since I can get up whenever, and I'm fully awake the moment I do.

Also, about what you're talking about with changing their looks, I agree. It's very noticeable, and quite good all round.
Wisknort 27th Feb 2012, 11:31 PM edit delete reply
Panel 5: Fourth bubble, typo'd "Ua" instead of "Ya".

(I cannot find any others. Nice.)
Kai Faydale 28th Feb 2012, 1:41 AM edit delete reply
Kai Faydale
It's meant to be more of a grunt. I just didn't happen to find a more mainstream onomatopoeia for the sound.
tutter 28th Feb 2012, 6:44 PM edit delete reply
I find a prolonged uh-huh works. But that's just my preference.
Wisknort 29th Feb 2012, 6:03 AM edit delete reply
Aahhh. That makes sense.