I decided to open commissions again!
As some of you know, the dollar in Mexico is now 18 pesos, and has been rising and rising ever since last year. I need to save money to pay for my bills, my upcoming trips to conventions in the US, my trip to Japan on July, and other expenses that seem almost impossible now... It would help me a lot if you guys commissioned me! I will give you unlimited slots so don't hesitate to ask!
Here's the details:
Send me a note or an email if you're interested! Thank you very much!!
This is part 2 of the Inkblazers Blog entries' back-up!
Some years ago I made several tutorials on how to use Manga Studio, but they're basically just explaining the process I follow to make my pages. Since I made them some time ago the versions of Manga Studio are older, but I hope you still find them useful, or at least a bit entertaining.
Manga Studio Debut (Panelling, sketching and inking)
Manga Studio Debut (Toning)
Toning with Manga Studio EX4
Manga Studio Tutorial Step by step guide
Toning traditional-drawn pages with Photoshop
Screentones (These are almost all the sc
This is another back-up from Inkblazers. This was my first blog entry, which was previously entitled as: "Where you born to draw comics?" (I think it sounded a bit condescending, my apologies for that...)
The other day my sister found a big box filled with notebooks from our early school days, and I had totally forgotten about my old habit of filling my notebooks with stories. I don't remember where I got the idea to draw comics, but I found a ton of comics I drew since I was 7 or 8 years old. Naturally, they were silly and a rip-off of various mexican soap-operas and series I watched as a little girl. I found one called "The Uni