Its been literally ten years since I made a comic book, doing a Webcomic is different and exciting for me. I have so much to learn, thank you for your suggestions guys, decided to make it for Webtoons line, i dont know if i still got the touch or i don't anymore. There is always this fear of perfectionist that keep me away from doing it. First pages probably wont have the best quality because im a dull blade right now.
Yeah im dull and rusty.
So to share the process ive been adapting, was a mess to start the book in Clipstudio then to import it to painter then back to Clipstudio. So i was like ummmmmmm why i dont do all the process in Painter, and i was like yeahhhhh, besides clipstudio dont do web comic format(for templates), so i have to create some images for word balloons and adjust other things like manga lines. Im having a lot of fun, because when you draw fan art or client commissions, you just cant dream, you are making other peoples dreams, that means still fun but sometimes i pause and look at the sky.
Been feeling like frog in a well for the past ten years. I was at the bottom of the well looking at the sky all day, wondering what it would be to go back out there. But the fear of failure sometimes keeps ups down in a safe place. Doing web comic is not an easy task, it demands hours hand days of hard work each week, Its going to be hard to adapt, going to fall many times inside the well. Even if i fail, i have to try this guys, i dont wanna get old and said ive never tried web comic. So please be patient in my creator development, probably will feel at the beginning rusty and not as fluid, maybe stiff in story and some characters, but i hope i get used to the deadines and start making it better. I have 7 pages done, i still need more pages to finish the first episode.
I don't know, will be hard to not have a solid income from commissions for a bit, i mean cutting in more than a half my time, so i will probably open a patreon even if i hate it for the sake of making this comic.
So finally......Bonnie is coming people.