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This is a stock piece for web comics. You can use this however you want, even commercially. All that I ask is that you give credit back to me.

If you publish with any of my Panel designs then please state the following either on the page of the design, or at the beginning of the book:

Panelling designed by Teshia Lyndall © 2007

Thank you!
-Teshia

Edit 05/14/2008: Changed the name to which you should credit. If you used the previous name you are not required to change it, you are still following the proper copyrights at the time you used the image. But as of today on you will be required to copyright to Teshia Lyndall. Thank you.
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This is a stock piece for web comics. You can use this however you want, even commercially. All that I ask is that you give credit back to me.

If you publish with any of my Panel designs then please state the following either on the page of the design, or at the beginning of the book:

Panelling designed by Teshia Lyndall © 2007

Thank you!
-Teshia

Edit 05/14/2008: Changed the name to which you should credit. If you used the previous name you are not required to change it, you are still following the proper copyrights at the time you used the image. But as of today on you will be required to copyright to Teshia Lyndall. Thank you.
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This is a stock piece for web comics. You can use this however you want, even commercially. All that I ask is that you give credit back to me.

If you publish with any of my Panel designs then please state the following either on the page of the design, or at the beginning of the book:

Panelling designed by Teshia Lyndall © 2007

Thank you!
-Teshia

Edit 05/14/2008: Changed the name to which you should credit. If you used the previous name you are not required to change it, you are still following the proper copyrights at the time you used the image. But as of today on you will be required to copyright to Teshia Lyndall. Thank you.
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This is a stock piece for web comics. You can use this however you want, even commercially. All that I ask is that you give credit back to me.

If you publish with any of my Panel designs then please state the following either on the page of the design, or at the beginning of the book:

Panelling designed by Teshia Lyndall © 2007

Thank you!
-Teshia

Edit 05/14/2008: Changed the name to which you should credit. If you used the previous name you are not required to change it, you are still following the proper copyrights at the time you used the image. But as of today on you will be required to copyright to Teshia Lyndall. Thank you.
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This is a stock piece for web comics. You can use this however you want, even commercially. All that I ask is that you give credit back to me.

If you publish with any of my Panel designs then please state the following either on the page of the design, or at the beginning of the book:

Panelling designed by Teshia Lyndall © 2007

Thank you!
-Teshia

Edit 05/14/2008: Changed the name to which you should credit. If you used the previous name you are not required to change it, you are still following the proper copyrights at the time you used the image. But as of today on you will be required to copyright to Teshia Lyndall. Thank you.
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This is a stock piece for web comics. You can use this however you want, even commercially. All that I ask is that you give credit back to me.

If you publish with any of my Panel designs then please state the following either on the page of the design, or at the beginning of the book:

Panelling designed by Teshia Lyndall © 2007

Thank you!
-Teshia

Edit 05/14/2008: Changed the name to which you should credit. If you used the previous name you are not required to change it, you are still following the proper copyrights at the time you used the image. But as of today on you will be required to copyright to Teshia Lyndall. Thank you.
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A Comicbook storyboard for those who wish to create comics, planning first usually yeilds a better looking page and/or strip.
Download the Zipped PDF by clicking the 'Download to Desktop' button underneath the deviation image.

When printing, take care only to print pages 1 and 2 unless you want a physical copy of the instruction on page 3.

These are completely free use in comic creation and any other sequential art images.
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Hi again everyone! :)

Well for those who are interested on how I plan for my comic series here it is. ^^ I use a couple of tools that help me plan and manage my comic series.

One of them assists me on where the pages go and what sort of content the book will have.

Secondly and quite importantly is how I can format my comic page digitally and making sure that when it comes out in print it will still maintain the same good quality as it would on screen!

I already mentioned to you how I've managed to get an agreement with a local comic’s publisher in Australia. I'm enjoying the flexibility and advice my publisher is giving me for making the graphic novel. ^^

I will post more details sooner or later on my next journal! Right now you can use this as a hint as to how I'm going to format my graphic novel. ;)

This tutorial is something for those who are serious about publishing their comics. May it serve it's purpose of giving you general assistance on planning and formatting a comic project. = ) *thumbs up*
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This is a stock comic/manga page I'm putting up for public use. Simply print, and use at will, or however you like. I will be putting up more later.
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Requested by *scuzme but I guess it can be used by anyone if they'd like. :D

From start to finish, this is how I finished Page 208 of the "Trunks' Date" comic. (The finished product is here: [link] ) The same rules usually apply to when I do *any* comicy page though.

Even if you don't usually do comics, I hope you can find something helpful in it to you for your own journey in the art world (or even better, I hope it will inspire you to start creating comics of your own! :) ) I am not perfect at doing this in any way, so it is not totally 100% comprehensive... but if you have a question that you think should be included in the tutorial, then feel free to ask away. :) I'll try to answer it to the best of my knowledge.

This tutorial is just showing how *I* do my comics; if you can find a better, easier way of doing things on your own, then I'm not the one to hold you back! :) Well, um... I hope this helps a little...^^; Took me a while to do... >o> I might make a tutorial for 'how to imagine your manga as an anime' (for help with paneling), but I need to find good reference pictures for that...

Okai, enough talking, lol >o> Enjoy! ^^;
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