It all started with his tenth birthday. It was a simple affair at first, wake up, get dressed, brush his teeth, and-
Up Down B Left Right Right A Left Left Up Left Up A B A Up
The next thing he knew, he began to hear voices. It scared him, at first, and he called for his mother in a panic. When he told her about the voices, however, she gave him a puzzled look and shook her head. She didn’t believe him; after all, what kind of kid his age gets voices in his head? He tried shrugging it off and went to get his birthday present: his starter Pokémon.
“What do you want to name your starter?” the professor asked, smiling
I'm on summer vacation now, and I have a whole stack of printed panels waiting to be colored! Anyway, I was wondering if anyone here would like me to color a panel for them! I can't guarantee I'll do it (because I sort of want it to be something that appeals to me...), but I'd like to know if anyone has any requests! Just leave a link with the panel you want in the comments. If you don't have the particular panel, you can just link me to the page (on an online manga reader) and tell me which panel it is that you want to see colored. Don't worry about the quality, I have all of the manga scanned in fantastic quality (thanks to Miss Dream! http
I've been getting questions over how exactly I color manga, so I decided to make a journal entry that will hopefully answer everybody's questions! :D
Firstly, all of my scans are from Miss Dream (http://missdream.org/). I've downloaded all of the high quality raw scans of the manga (http://missdream.org/?page_id=39). Then, I go into iPhoto and edit the out the panel I want to color from the rest of the page. I may do some additional editing to remove the text or things like that. Then I print out the panel.
I actually color using colored pencils! I use both Prismacolor and Crayola (I don't have many Prismacolors because they're so expensive